When Akari is a small, dusty town in the far north of Japan, it’s one of the few places in the country where you can walk to the subway and get to work.

And the commute is one of those moments when the commute to work is a joy.

Akari’s main square is packed with people, and it’s a pleasant stroll from the office to the shops and restaurants.

You can walk around town for hours, and the shops are stocked with everything from candy to sushi.

But while the city is packed, there’s no real traffic.

The commute to and from work is the only time I can feel any traffic congestion.

In other words, it feels like it’s on vacation.