Basically the artsy-er, nicer-looking, better-read, and unrelated cousin to Overheard in New York, Hitotiki.org launches as: ...a new literary site collecting stories of personal, singular experiences in Tokyo. Neatly designed...

Basically the artsy-er, nicer-looking, better-read, and unrelated cousin to Overheard in New York, Hitotiki.org launches as:

…a new literary site collecting stories of personal, singular experiences in Tokyo.

Neatly designed for the aspiring or published writer and interested reader, Hitotiki (which translates to, “a single moment; one’s moment; a point in time” in Japanese) includes a Google Map marking the points in and around Tokyo where user-submitted stories take place.

More at Hitotiki Thanks, JEANSNOW!

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