Old phone booths get new life as giant public fish tanks
Phone booths are the appendix of the urban landscape — useless and occasionally full of junk. So what better way to rehabilitate them than to fill them with fish? The phone booths, not your appendix.
Clark Kent will want to steer clear of Osaka, since there’s nowhere for him to change, but everyone else can enjoy these refurbished phone booth aquaria, courtesy of local group Kingyobu (“goldfish club”). They’re kind of like the giant-sized version of those bags of live goldfish you win at the fair, except the booths are outfitted with climate control and aeration, so the fish will still be alive tomorrow.
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