Edge of Bread
When I was almost finishing eating up a sandwich and getting to go out the cafe, I noticed the edge of the bread I left on the plate.
That reminded me of things in my life, the things I never take a look at, the things that might be important to my life but I never noticed them, or the people who helped me a lot before but whom I forgot about.
Today, we are busy with our daily lives, too much information on smartphones, and rapid changes in global economics, politics, and environments.
So, I think it’s a good time to take a look back on what we have but may have overlooked.
What kind of things do Japanese locals think are precious but may be hard to stop and realize?
Let’s take a look!
From: SAKI.S (Chief editor of mono.coto Japan)
interview, May. 2019
fiction, Apr. 2019
essay, Apr. 2019