One snowy stormy night, as he was walking home late after work, Eiji Ohashi could only find his way home thanks to the lights of vending machines. He realized they were glowing for him. Since then, Ohashi has been travelling all over Japan. For over 9 nine years, he has been chasing vending machines in very different surroundings. He understood...
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