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Old December 25th, 2005, 02:05 AM   #1
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Photos Tokyo (Leftovers part 3)

All photos taken between 16-22 Apr 2005.

1. People in Ginza shopping area.


2. People in Ginza shopping area.


3. People in Ginza shopping area. Face masks for protection against hayfever.


4. People in Ginza shopping area.


5. People in Ginza shopping area.


6. Shimbashi area.


7. Shimbashi area.


8. Shimbashi area.


9. Shimbashi area.


10. Anniversary of the metro system, collect stamps at each station.


11. Harajuku area. In the background the NTT DoCoMo Yoyogi Building.


12. Harajuku area. Girls dress as punk, gothic, little girl or other strange outfit.


13. Harajuku area. Lots of tourists come here too to see the girls dress party.


14. Each metro and train station has lockers like these, the larger stations have many. The english translation on these lockers states that it is 'prohibited to store a dead body'.


15. Petrol service station.


16. Lunch time queue. At the right a construction site for a highrise building.


17. The queue is for either a quick lunch inside or outside.


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20. View from Sunshine 60 observatory


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22. Tokyo Tower.


23. Street seller of bento lunch packs.


24. Bento lunch packs.


25. Tokyo Tower.


26. Taxi driver taking a nap.


Previous photo series posted Dec 2005:
Tokyo Leftovers part 1
Tokyo Leftovers part 2

Previous photo series posted May/Apr 2005:
Tokyo Part 1
Tokyo Part 2
Tokyo Part 3
Tokyo Part 4
Tokyo Part 5
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Old December 25th, 2005, 02:37 AM   #2
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I love them!
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Old December 25th, 2005, 06:06 PM   #3
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Wow; those photos are great to look at!

This one is really interesting:

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Old December 31st, 2005, 07:14 PM   #4
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PLEASE, PUT MORE PICTURES ABOUT GINZA SHOPPING AREA....
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cool pictures

i like the people pics
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Old January 1st, 2006, 07:47 AM   #6
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I hope these ain't the last of your photos, cityskyscrapers... Each photo certainly tells a story of its own. This is evidence that a city that does not vie for the title for world's tallest building can have so much charm...

P.S. Is it a law in Japan for streets to have tactile guidance systems? Where do they lead to and from? I seem to see them everywhere in almost every picture. Are there many visually handicapped? Why else would these be installed?
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