hito.log(ue)

Every day on Facebook, Instagram, or Twitter, there are many people sharing their lives.

However, most of the posts are only one part of their lives, which are usually happy and photogenic moments.

Scrolling my SNS feed, I always want to know their real lives, how they work, what they think about society, or for what they laugh and cry.

At the same time, I want to introduce how Japanese locals really live their lives every day.

In this series, I interview locals, who talk about themselves in their own ways.

(“Hito” means people in Japanese.)

Let's take a look!

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