On Sunday 6th, the first Sunday after the state of emergency was re-extended, the traffic is sparse due to light rain in downtown Tokyo, Ginza.
Following the re-extension of the declaration, the holiday pedestrian paradise has been suspended until June 20th on Chuo-dori in Ginza, Tokyo.
On Saturdays and Sundays, some sales floors were temporarily closed and some stores had reservations in advance, and the traffic was sparse in the morning due to the light rain.
A woman living in Tokyo said, "I avoided coming to Ginza because I heard that there were a lot of people, but I really wanted to go to a beauty salon and came for the first time in eight months. I was talking.
A male office worker in his thirties who is on his way to work said, "I always go to work through Ginza, but I feel that the number of people is increasing. I want the vaccine to spread as soon as possible."
Also, a man in his 60s who was able to make an appointment for vaccination next week said, "I think that human life is important in this era, but I am worried about what will happen to the economy after that. I used to travel about once a month. I was out, so I hope I can go out more after I get the vaccine. "