Nice to see a reminder that the United Kingdom is not the only place with iconic red telephone kiosks.
The background seems to feature the "Toy Wan Restaurant". A bit of surfing suggest it might be this place. Despite hosting a Democratic Party fundraiser for Bobby Kennedy in 1964, the Toy Wan seems to have disappeared.
An undated slide, but it looks old, and that's supported by the look of the subjects. Early 1950s, I'd estimate.
But the sight of a bloke(?) in a patterned T-Shirt surprised me. I would have associated printed / patterned Ts with the 1960s and later, but Wiki suggest that they were around in the fifties. I live and learn.
I wonder if this shrine was the inspiration for the fantastic animated movie "Spirited Away".
Probably not, but perhaps.
Bonus - RIP Ken Adams. I'm sure many movie buffs will know of his work in production design like Dr Strangelove, James Bond and The Madness of King George. However, reading his wikipedia page, I was impressed by his war-time activities.