By Mike Krieger, Reuters reporterIn Tokyo, most people know a mail man as a gruff but kind, sometimes hard-working man with a big smile on his face.
But many people don’t know that he’s actually a very clever and charming gentleman.
A mailman has a long and varied career.
He may be a mail carrier, but he’s also a real estate agent, a lawyer, a teacher, a photographer, a chef, a taxi driver, a barber, a bartender, a carpenter, an entrepreneur, a musician, a scientist, a painter, a journalist, a diplomat, a doctor, a stockbroker, a businessman, a bank clerk, a mechanic, an insurance agent, an engineer, a truck driver, and so many more.
The Mailman is a very special man, and he’s probably the most recognizable person in the city.
He is a symbol of Japan’s past and its future, and his life story is part of Japan and a part of the country.
“When you go to Japan, you should always keep a Japanese souvenir of the person who was the first mailman,” says Haruki Morikawa, the head mailman at the Yokohama Mailman Station, a small office building that serves mail.
In fact, Tokyo’s mailman is the last one standing in Japan.
The last one who served mail in Tokyo.
In modern Japan, mail has always been a very complicated business.
In the past, people did it by hand, and people did not have enough money to hire a mail company.
Today, mail is a global business.
And the more mail is delivered, the more money people can make.
The Japanese mailman was born in a village in central Japan.
He was the youngest of four children, and the eldest of three.
He worked his way up the family ladder, going to school and to work as a mail courier, and eventually taking over as the mailman of the entire town.
His life is a complicated one.
He is a native of the Iwate Prefecture, where he was born.
When he was around 5, his parents decided to move to Iwate, in the northeast of Japan, for better prospects.
It was a place where the local people loved to fish, and where they lived.
So they moved to the city of Iwate.
And so the mail man lived in Iwate as a teenager.
He did a lot of his work in the streets, he worked as a delivery man, he took care of a few things in the mail, and in the early 1970s, he started his career as a courier.
He has a very interesting career.
The only reason I’m here is to tell you about the mail service.
It is a special service that is used in Japan for deliveries, and it is the most popular kind of mail service in the world.
In fact, it is very popular in the United States, too.
The service has three main parts: the package, the delivery person, and then the mail.
It’s very simple.
In a typical mail service, you put the package in the box, and that’s the job of the delivery man.
Then, the mailperson brings it to the door, picks it up, and carries it to your door.
It’s the mail delivery system that is so unique, and what makes it special.
It also has one of the oldest mail service companies in the whole world.
It started in the 16th century, when the emperor Hirohito opened a small town called Fukuoka in central Japans territory.
He named it Fukuoku.
And he was the king of that area.
He decided to establish a mail service there, and they named it the Fukuokan.
Today, Fukuoki is the city where the mail is received.
You walk down the street and you see all these little buildings that are just big boxes.
You can’t just pick up the mail at the mailboxes.
The mailman had to go there.
He’s responsible for getting the mail to the mailbox.
It is a job that has to be done all the time, because you have no time to rest.
There is no rest.
In most other countries, people get up, take a nap, and go to work.
But in Fukuoshi, the rest is in the service.
And they don’t take rest until the mail comes.
The mail is really the biggest part of mail.
If the mail goes in the wrong direction, it can damage a house, it may make a building collapse.
It can kill people, because people are very sensitive to the way the mail gets to their houses.
But it also has a tremendous amount of danger.
The first mail that arrived at the Fukosokan was in 1978.
It contained the first letter from a patient.
The next mail arrived in 1989.
The next mail came in 1995.
The second mail arrived four years later. And so