logo: COVID-19 soundscape

September 4, 2021: Nakake-Cho(In front of Pachinko Salon)
On a Saturday under the state of emergency, there were many people, but less than usual Saturday before the covid-19 issues, on the street around the Pachinko Salons at Nakake Cho Street. On this day, the usual recording point was used by a travel agency to sell the antigen test kits, so this soundscape was recorded in front of another Pachinko salon located next to the usual Pachinko salon. The doors of the Pachinko salon opened maybe as a countermeasure against the infection of the covid-19, and therefore, the loud noises from the salon was heard all the time. A national chain Izakaya bar near the recording point broadcasted the invitaion of drinking during lunch time. Around the recording point, the sellers of the antigen test kits, and a staff of Tako-Yaki (octopus dumpling) was touting.

September 4, 2021: Nakake-Cho (In front of Mihara-Do)
This soundscape was recorded at in front of the Mihara-Do in the second block of the central street from the station. There were so many people, too. Many of them were groups of people talking while they walked. Many people went in and out McDonald's. On this day, a pachinko salon in opposition to the recording point broadcasted loud music with speakers installed in front of the salon, like August 27.

September 4, 2021: CLIS road (in front of AEON shopping center)
This soundscape was recorded in front of AEON. Also, there were so many people on the street. Many people went in and out AEON shopping center incessantly. The CD shop located next to the recording point broadcasted promotion music, but the volume of music seemed softer than usual weekends.

September 4, 2021: In front of Fujisaki Department store
There were so many people around the Fujisaki, too.