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A Bookstore in Osaka, Japan

Discussion in 'Street-City-Architecture' started by John Yong, Mar 12, 2018.

  1. John Yong

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    Bookstores in general are dying due to the growing trend of online purchases. In Japan, however, the business is still doing well from my observations.
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    The problem, however is how to get to them;)
     
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    Wow! Japanese are not known for their height so it is an interesting way to store the books. Don't think that I would want to do inventory ... :p
     
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    Doubt the Dutch (currently the tallest people) can reach the top shelf either!
     

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