自動販売機

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自動販売機 (Jidouhanbaiki) is so typical Japan. So what does this long foreign word mean? Vending machine, like the ones you see in the first photo. In Japan you find them everywhere, and I really mean e-v-e-r-y-w-h-e-r-e. In every little corner of the street you find one, two or if you’re lucky even 5 or more in a row. I think it’s brilliant because you never have to go thirsty and you can always choose between both hot and cold drinks. And they’re cool and colorful….perfect for a color nerd like me…

Have a lovely Thursday!

Love,
Elle

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18 Comments

  1. Oh, I remeber those vending machines! they were really cool – they were offering so many different tastes of drinks that I was standing sometimes and wander for five minutes what to choose – everything was looking so delicious!

    Btw – awesome look.

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