I walked the streets of Ginza at night for the first time in a while.
Unlike in the past, light bulbs of various colors now emit various types of light.
Is each light bulb a flower petal or a fairy?
It’s like twinkling stars.
At this point, I am grateful for my nearsightedness and my farsightedness.
Everything in the world is difficult to see in detail.
Impressionists are kind to the soul.
Last night was a gathering of the Ginza crowd, a year-end party at a long-established Ginza store.
The store at the venue is a meat specialty store.
It was also used for dinner parties between the Prime Minister and the President.
Now, customers are lining up even during lunchtime.
I have only eaten sukiyaki at that restaurant.
However, that store will only be open until January of next year.
The building will be demolished and replaced.
The streets of Ginza are also in an era of generational change.
It’s the same everywhere.
Even in the Ginza Young People’s Association, there are fewer pure young people under the age of 40.
Reminds me of Samuel Ullman’s poem “Youth".
Also, many of the newcomers are women.
The future of a world with more women is bright.
The future of Ginza is also bright.
Retirement in Ginza is a lonely but happy and enjoyable end of the year night.
The end of the year in Ginza is just around the corner.
Stars are falling in Ginza at night.
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