I see these fire fighters jogging back and forth in front of their fire station almost every day. They run about 100 meters, up and back on this really narrow sidewalk, and I reckon they go back and forth about 50 times. If there’s a slow-moving senior citizen blocking the way, they have to hop the barrier and run onto the road. I guess they can only do it here because they’re not able to get very far from the fire station in case there’s an alarm, but you’d think there must be a better way. Can’t Bunkyo-Ward spring for a running machine for these guys?
https://www.meanwhile-in-japan.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/03/Logo1.0.png 0 0 Ed Jacob https://www.meanwhile-in-japan.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/03/Logo1.0.png Ed Jacob2010-10-28 16:53:002017-06-24 13:27:40It's Tough Being a Japanese Fire Fighter