It is different from America, we use everyday.
If we pay money, we can sit good seats.
We don't have to stand in many people.
This picture, I paid 300yen. I got on 15 minites. It is very comfortable.
When you are tired, you can use.
The traditional Japanese breakfast is rice, one or two easily prepared dishes, miso soup and pickles.(従来の日本の朝食は、ご飯と１～２種類の簡単なおかずと、みそ汁や漬物です。）
However, today there are increasing people especially working people who have simpler Western-style breakfast such as toast and coffee. (しかしながら、最近では、より簡単なトーストとコーヒーといった洋風の朝食を取る人が、特に働いている人の間で増えています。）
By the way, I always have rice and natto that is made of soy beans with miso soup at breakfast because this style makes me more energetic than western one. (ちなみに、朝食の際、私は毎日納豆とご飯、そしてみそ汁を一緒に食べています。なぜなら、このスタイルのほうが、洋風のスタイルに比べて、私を精力的にさせてくれるからです。）
3-day holiday in Japan now from 18th to 20th.
This picture is at Omotesando.
We wanted to take a rest at cafeteria, but it was impossible.
There were many people and make line everywhere.
That's though to look for place where we can sit. Everyone enjoys each of holidays.
Omotesando is famous in Japan.
Every younger people are attracted by omotesando because there are many fashionable restaurants and shops.
If you come Japan, you have to stop by.
Have you ever seen such a picture in Japan?
It always happens in morning and night on every weekday.
Most of them are going to their offices and schools.
In Japan, Transportation are developing, so everyone use them.
Trains are always late in morning because many persons are riding on them.
If you don’t want to make experience like it, you should live in near your office.
Shibuya crossing is the world's busiest pedestrian crossing and also a popular place that makes the most traveler's list of top recommendations.
Thousands of pedestrian all cross at same time from five directions ( Up to 3,000 people use the crossing per green cycle.)
Why is the crossing so busy?.......
Shibuya is one of the major shopping districts in Tokyo and so many people are walking between various stores near the crossing. Also, there are so many things to do such as restaurants, movie theaters, karaoke. If you're bored and getting nothing to do, it would be good idea for you to hang out in Shibuya to kill some time.
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