A man was working at a kiosk on a street in Aurangabad. The kiosk was like a screen with many small bags of shampoo hanging from the eaves. In the back were shelves lined with cigarettes, and on the counter was a large telephone.
While it looked like an ordinary kiosk, what caught my eye was the large pay phone, something you don't see very often in Japan anymore. In the old days, Japanese tobacco shops used to have a public telephone in front of the store. It may have been common to make a small phone call when you went to buy cigarettes. After I finished buying cigarettes from the man, I was alone in front of the store. The owner of the store was bored and quietly began to keep his books.
|Aug 2015 INDIA PEOPLE|
|AURANGABAD KIOSK MAN PAY PHONE PEN|
August 5, 2015
March 10, 2023
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