Tokyo is often touted as a titan when it comes to technology, but while some citizens may well manage their manga on a mobile, or even seek out solace with silicone sirens, others have to make do without even that far from modern workhorse, the washing machine.
A situation that unfortunately for some means a trek to what is arguably Tokyo’s least lovely,
Although it is open til late. Which is something.
Hehe, this first picture looks a lot like the state of the kitchen here in this place I have just moved in to..did you use this?
Neil Duckett says
Hard to imagine your clothes would come out cleaner from a hole like that!
sheesh, a long way from the neon lights of shibuya, ne??
I’m thinking (hoping) that this is not the norm
hmm… not a bad business plan. just invest in some crappy washer and dryers, a few chairs and old magazines and open shop 😛
p.s. anyone ever notice the teensy smiley face in the bottom-left of this page?…
Yep! If you look at the properties of the image, then will notice that it’s hosted in stats.wordpress.com… It’s just a visit counter 😀
In Minami-Senju (Tokyo) is full of these…
No problem for me, they’ll come out clean. It’s just old, but the place is clean.