Please look at these things. You can purchase anything at 100 yen!
In 1976, while a university student, I started as a part-time worker. We didn’t have a retail store, so we sold products from a space in front of the farmers’ cooperative and other stores. We arranged four plastic bottle cases with a plywood board on top, and the wagons with products were placed on, flew red flags and banners, and had an ordinary toolbox instead of a cash register. At night, we used a blue tarpaulin to cover everything before going home.