When I looked into the factory, I found a drilling machine. There was also a machine that looked like a lathe in the back. There were several other machines inside the building, and it looked like a small factory, which could be called a small factory in Tokyo. I don't know much about machines, but it seems to me that neither drilling machines nor lathes are any different from the drilling machines and lathes that I have seen in Japan. Unless it is a special state-of-the-art machine, there is not much difference between the Japanese and Indonesian machines. As a result, the atmosphere of the factory itself is similar to that of a small Japanese factory.
Another reason for the similarity was that the workers didn't look much different from Japanese workers. The man standing beside the drilling machine was of Chinese descent, or he looked like an East Asian. However, even if he looked like an Indonesian, the atmosphere of the factory was not so different from that of Japan, because Japan has been accepting more and more technical interns from Indonesia in recent years.
October 12, 2020
SONY ALPHA 7R II
ZEISS BATIS 2/40 CF