Japan's lonely vending machines
Photographer Eiji Ohashi has spent nine years photographing Japan's ubiquitous vending machines in the most remote and sparsely populated locations.
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This photographer spent almost a decade taking photos of Japan's vending machines in the most remote locations
There are over 5.5 million vending machines in Japan -- one for every 23 people, the highest ratio in the world.