Tuesday, 6 November 2012

Cleaning Out The SD Card, Japan

It's time to bid sayonara to Japan and clean up the digital dregs from our wonderful trip. Here are a few pics that make the cut, but just didn't make a blog post theme.

The busy market street, Nakamise-dori, that leads to Tokyo's most important temple, Senso-ji.

A couple of looks at traveling and waiting: Sarah for a bus and a disparate group on the subway in Tokyo.

Bikes are all over Japan. Space is so tight, there's double-decker storage for them. And if you don't have a badminton net, pull up your rides and get whacking.

You have to be polite when you inconvenience someone. Construction barrier, complete with rabbit supports. Uhm, quite a manly bunny at the end there. Pretty please, do not park in my driveway, the plants thank you sooo much! So cute.  In the US, there would be a beat up sawhorse with a loud "Bad Dog" sign stapled to it.

About as close to a junk yard as you'll see in supremely neat Japan. Every piece has its place, all in nice rows.

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