November 5, 2009

Please Mr. Postman

(In Sakura, Chiba.)

Guarded by rocks and a block of concrete, a rusted-over mailbox (or a box used as a mailbox that has rusted over) sits, waiting for the arrival of the post. If it weren't for the telltale 〒 (which, despite popular misconception, is not a T but is the Japanese postal mark), you'd never be able to tell what it was for.

1 comment:

Tornadoes28 said...

When you see things such as this in Japan, you would think that Japan was a poor country.