She is as annoying as a woman with a big mouth. However, once they start playing, they attack the most comfortable part of the listener's mind. The jukebox is not something that satisfies nostalgia, but is a high-quality audio device that is still in use today.
Hitomi Ishikawa's "Machibuse" is playing in the store. It is a nostalgic song. Nostalgic candy such as yogurt, yocchan-ika, and milkmake line the shelves of the store.
People in Chichibu were astonished. The year was 1967. In this area famous for its many shrines and temples,
Oh, you want to take a picture? If so, you should wear a hat. With this remark, the museum staff puts a hat on his head, which is sure to be coveted by many enthusiasts. The hat was once used by Tokyu Corporation.
Standing in front of the entrance door, I suddenly feel nostalgic. It is as if I am reunited with an old friend after more than 30 years, and I am filled with a sense of contentment even before entering the store.
Waves of people in everyday clothes never cease to flow. You can see their daily lives from their appearance. Welcome, welcome! The loud voice of a shopkeeper or a grocer is a reminder that the people are here.