Collection: Hitchhiking signs (variety, Japan)

Hitch-hiking signs from travels in Japan, 1993, created by copying street signs and maps, and drawn with crayon and marker in a school notebook or various papers (from 100 yen store).

Hitch-hiking signs, Japan: Kochi (ken/prefecture) with
Hitch-hiking signs, Japan: Kochi (ken/prefecture) with “O Kudsai” (humbly please)
Hitch-hiking signs, Japan: Kansai, Onegaishimasu (please-is)
Hitch-hiking signs, Japan: Kansai, with “Onegaishimasu” (humbly please)

Hitch-hiking signs, Japan: Aichi-ken (prefecture) with
Hitch-hiking signs, Japan: Aichi-ken (prefecture) with “hai domo” (yes, thanks)

Hitch-hiking signs, Japan: Aichi (ken / prefecture), with
Hitch-hiking signs, Japan: Aichi (ken / prefecture), with “hai domo” (yes, thanks)
Hitch-hiking signs, Japan: Muroto (misaki / cape) in Kochi Pref, Shikoku, with
Hitch-hiking signs, Japan: Muroto (misaki / cape) in Kochi Pref, Shikoku, with “Bouken Shiyo” (on an adventure)
Hitch-hiking signs, Japan: Taiheiyo (The Pacific Ocean)
Hitch-hiking signs, Japan: Taiheiyo (The Pacific Ocean)
Hitch-hiking signs, Japan: Osaka, with
Hitch-hiking signs, Japan: Osaka, with “Yoroshiku Onegaishimasu” (pleasure to meet you)
Hitch-hiking signs, Japan: Kyoto, with
Hitch-hiking signs, Japan: Kyoto, with “Onegaishimasu” (humbly please)

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