Courtesy of Eiji Ohashi
At somewhat over 5 million nationwide, vending machines are everywhere in Japan.
They are on scarcely each retard in Tokyo and dotted opposite even a many plain landscapes in a country’s immeasurable farming expanse.
Photographer Eiji Ohashi began documenting Japan’s vending machines scarcely a decade ago after removing held in a snowstorm in his local segment of Hokkaido. He navigated home regulating usually a lights from a vending machines, that are mostly placed on a roadside.
Since, he has come to see a vending machines as a pitch of complicated Japan — full of convenience, safety, and loneliness.
Ohashi common some photos of a strangest places he’s found vending machines with Business Insider here, though we can see some-more in his books Roadside Lights and Being There.