Nobody in Shimbashi, Tokyo office district today
Japan is still suffering from the corona crisis.
Japan is still suffering from the corona crisis. The plaza in front of the SL locomotive at Shimbashi Station is usually crowded with people, whether on weekdays or on holidays.
It is unlikely that you will be able to take a picture without such a person.
In Japan, there are still people in the shopping districts and parks in residential areas. However, the office district will never return to its former vibrancy.
There are statistics on the number of people in the city.
There are NHK statistics on the number of people in the city.
新型コロナウイルス 街の人出は？ 全国18地点グラフ｜NHK特設サイト|NHK
As you can see from this data, the gap between the office district and the number of people in the residential area is interesting. After all, people are out, but they're just crowded in residential areas, not in the office district.
In the nearby park in residential area, children are playing densely with about three times as many people as usual. The popular swing is a large line waiting for five people.
This trend is likely to continue.