For a very long time, Kichitaro Kawada has taken Tokyo's temperature from his roost at the Kishimoto magazine kiosk in Shibuya Crossing, which is charged as the most active convergence in the world.
Lately, he's seen the casual conversation with ordinary clients moving from stresses that the Tokyo Olympics would demolish the Covid-19 emergency to "the Japanese are winning medals," Kawada revealed to NBC News.
Kawada, who not at all like large numbers of his kinsmen has been favorable to the Olympics from the beginning, said he's likewise seen an uptick in paper buys by clients anxious to find out about the most recent endeavors of Team Japan.
“I noticed because people don’t buy newspapers as much anymore,“ Kawada said via a translator. Kawada, who was a teenager when Tokyo hosted the Summer Games for the first time in 1964, said that “there was more Japanese spirit then.”“With these Games, there is not the same passion,” Kawada said. “I just hope it ends safely.”
Source :NBC News
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