These constant earthquakes and stopping trains can be a challenge.
Every year we see people on the streets in Ginza or Shibuya. I am glad to see their willingness to tell people but I am wondering about the effectiveness of it. What do you think? Is this an effective way to bring people to the Messiah Jesus?
Here we are at Tokyo Mitsubishi UFJ Bank in Ginza (did we get the whole name right?). Why is there always a rush on the banks to get cash before New Years in Japan?
With the advent of Microsoft Security Essentials, Symantec have a tough sell. This pic is from Akasaka Mitsuke station in Tokyo. Symantec is advertising an event at a nearby hotel.
But I don’t think this is the bustling station in NYC. Pentel made a coffee shop in the Nihonbashi area of Tokyo. Cute naming I suppose….
Literally, 40 stories up. Notice Tokyo Sky Tree coming up in the background.
I suppose this is what I would look like if I stayed out late drinking on a weeknight and got the last train home.
As you see these buildings demolished to build new ones, I wonder with dwindling Japan birth rates… who is going to work there? We’re in the business of building but our team, was glad to see the old building ripped down.