Commuting in Kamata

How the everyday can be extraordinary

R.S. Reynolds   - 1 min read

There's a school of thought which asserts that no difference exists between the extraordinary and the ordinary. The variance lies in the importance an individual places on a particular event, person or object based on ritual, personal connection or perceived social value. This idea was on my mind while walking through Kamata to the train station on my commute into Tokyo. I began to take notice of what would normally be considered ordinary and began to see the extraordinary.

R.S. Reynolds

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