Hardworking Japanese are exhausted and fall asleep right on the street and in other public places.
In this issue — a series of photographs of British photographer Adrian storey (Adrian Storey), made on the streets of Tokyo.
In any other state sleeping in the subway, on benches or even the middle of the streets people could be mistaken for alcoholics, drug addicts or homeless. But they have decent clothes, and carrying briefcases with documents.
It is burning on the work of Japanese workaholics, who are unable to get home after a 12-hour day.
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