For the Tokyoite with a hobby that is hampered by the size of his or her home, there would appear to be a passable solution — simply practice it on the pavement outside the apartment.
A procedure that not only pleases the person whose place it is, but also pedestrians who periodically pass by.
Along with those in search of a soothing sit down.
And yet while particularly packed fish tanks placed in public aren’t exactly what one would term as typical, what’s arguably much more amazing is that after an obliviously long time left totally unattended, they haven’t even been touched,
let alone trashed.
Don’t know what to say.
Why would they be touched or trashed? This would remain untouched in most parts of the world. You’re putting Tokyo on a ridiculous pedestal you clown.
They need more space. I love the little table they have set up there. Very creative. Is this a restaurant?
No, just a regular apartment Yoli.
But if he starts selling beers he can move from philanthropist to small businessman.
Neil Duckett says
Tom, you`re the fucken clown …. if you lived here you would notice the extreme respect people have for public areas … yes in most countries i`ve visited this would be vandalised. People like you really shit me off.
See before you buy one…
p m doherty says
Indeed, Tom. If that were London or Barcelona for instance the entire tanks would have been nicked on the first night. You clown.
Rachel Rea says
I can’t imagine it smells very good. . . Considering your previous post, it’s almost ironic.