Midnight Diner

Recently I’ve been watching shows like Black Mirror, Westworld, The Walking Dead, and others. All are very engaging, but the world is portrayed as a dark, joyless place.

Last night I was randomly browsing through the Netflix queue, and this show “Midnight Diner” popped up. I’m a sucker for anything that takes place in a restaurant, bar, or late at night, and mix in the displaced feelings that Japan creates, and it’s as if this show was tailored to me.

I watched five episodes in a row before going to bed; it’s the perfect show that gives you a hug and tuck-in so you get a good night’s rest.

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