Thursday, 12 January 2006

Tokyo on National Geographic

Just came across some great pictures of Tokyo here. I couldn't think of one individual sight from Japan to include in my list of "must-sees" (strangely, the one that stands out most is Kyoto station!), but my trip there at cherry-blossom time last year was one of my all-time favourites. It's a great pity I lost my camera in Nagoya, containing photos of Kyoto, Nara and the Expo - but it was a good excuse to buy a better one in Akihabara. Also, to return one day, this time hopefully in the Autumn. In the meantime, this was taken in Ueno Park.

2 Comments:

At 13/1/06 06:38, Blogger Green said...

I am sorry to hear that you lost your camera with your memory in Kyoto, Nara so on. Yes Kyoto station is amazingly high-tech looking and slightly complicated for me. The beginning of November is the best time to visit Kyoto because of the leaves turning to red.
This cherry-blossom photo is beautiful, you must have seen a lot of drunken people there.

 
At 13/1/06 10:08, Blogger qaminante said...

Nooo, no drunk people as I only saw the beginning of the celebrations in Tokyo!

 

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