Almost nobody notices them, but they’re reminders of a violent era in Japan’s past.
From the moment you set foot inside Tokyo Station, you’ll see that it’s full of travelers, train lines, and souvenir shops. But what might not be so obvious is that it’s also full of secrets.
Well, we suppose you could argue that they’re not secrets so much as things almost nobody notices, despite their deep significance. That’s not to say that people are inattentive, though. The first one we’re looking at today, for example, is hiding in plain sight near the ticket vending