Ryoshi means conscience, and Ichi means market.
When you visit Ryoshin Ichi, there's no one working at the place. All you can see are vegetables and some other products neatly displayed.
Whoever sells products at Ryoshin Ichi believes in the conscience people have.
All they do is placing vegetables and a can or box where customers are supposed to put money in.
Even I, as Japanese, think it's unbelievable that Ryoshin Ichi still exists in this highly modernized society (although they are located in less modernized areas).
Jesus Christ tells Christians to favor neighbors. I'm curious how he would react to this system which completely depends on 100% unconditional reliance on people - people who are completely unknown. Don’t you think Ryoshin Ichi represents the Christian ideology?
What do you feel about Ryoshin Ichi?