Tokyo with smile… 40 days after 3.11

Omotesando Avenue Tokyo

Shibuya Huge Crossing, Tokyo

Omotesando Avenue, Tokyo

Omotesando Avenue

Sensoji Temple, Asakusa, Tokyo

Meiji Jingu Shrine, Tokyo

Jingu Baseball Stadium, Tokyo

With a little cherry blossom flowers left, trees and flowers being fresh and vivid, streets and avenues frilled with fashionistas… Tokyo is smiling again.

Posted by Akko Takamiya, on Apri 22, 2011

Last Update: August 19, 2011

Shinjuku Odori Avenue, Kabukicho Downtown, Newly opened LABI electric store, and more, Sunny Sunday Afternoon

Last Update: August 19, 2011

Lost in Translation scene; Shibuya Huge Crossing

Last Update: August 19, 2011

Lost in Translation Lunch @ New York Grill & Bar, Park Hyatt Tokyo

Shinjuku is an amazing city. So many fancy and ultramodern buildings surround us, and the excitement which only belongs to Shinjuku seems to tell us, `Why not stay up all night and do some crazy things?’. It even makes up for the lack of the view of Shinkansen bullet train. And here in west side of Shinjuku, there’s a site, so impressive, in the film `Lost in Translation’. (*Official site of `Lost in Translation’ )

Last Update: August 19, 2011

Lost in Translation? Tokyo Neon Lights

Especially recommendable are Tokyo Tower, Shibuya Huge Crossing, Kabuki cho in Shinjuku (east Shinjuku downtown), Omotesando street, and Ginza main street. For more Neon scenes in different towns, please check NEON LIGHTS @ my daily blog.

The following map shows the location of Shibuya Huge Crossing, near Hachiko Exit of Shibuya Station.

Last Update: August 19, 2011