Photographer's Note

This photograph is taken toward the platform of Yotsuya Station in Sobu-Chūō Line from the bridge of the station in February, last year. Yotsuya Station is the junction station which two companies, JR East Japan and Tokyo Metro, have ridden in. I has memorized that the circumference was a still gloomy cold day near early morning 6:30. The passengerd who are waiting for the train of the direction of Shinjuku was standing on the platform of a station expressionlessly at the fixed interval. It seems to be the spectacle in which salaried workers go to attend the office. Since the time was still early, the platform of the station was made leisurely. The yellow mark of step cautions was written at the tip of a platform with the Kanji. The vending machine of soft drink is always installed in the platform of the railroad station in Japan so that it can see the upper side of a photograph. The range of a price is 120-150 yen/can. In the booth in a vending machine, drinks is divided into cold and hot. By the way, These days, if I go out, I will notice many people doing the mask. I do not know whether it is a measure against pollen, and for it to be cold prevention.

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