Shot at Chenggong Market in Taipei, Taiwan.
Walked around the Chenggong Market. This was a local market. So various daily goods were sold along with the perishable foods. Yet I preferred to watch the fresh produces. I thought it was easy to notice the regional specialties by watching the perishable foods. For example, fruit shops in Taiwan came in a variety of types much more than in Japan. When I watched various fruits, I realized I came to a southern country.
Various fruits were also sold in the fruit shop in this photo. Watermelons, apples, mangoes, bananas, and others were displayed in the storefront. And I found an uncommon fruit here. This shop sold also guavas. It was rare to see guavas sold in Japan. In the meantime, a woman came to this shop. And she started to browse guavas carefully.
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October 25, 2019
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