August 5, 2010
Easy As 1-2-3
You can see from the dust that this public phone hasn't been used in awhile. Probably because everyone has a cellphone these days.
Lately many of the public phones have been taken away. I don't see these green public phones as much as I used to anymore. These three are at the Tokorozawa Station, patiently waiting for someone in need of a public phone.
As of last year, it's said that there are 105 million cellphone users in Japan, which has a population of about 127 million. So that's..what...80 percent? I have to wonder how this compares to other countries.
I've had a cell phone since my first year of high school. How about you?