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Tokyo 9/28/2013 東京

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I went to Tokyo by bullet train and wonder around during the day...

何年ぶりかで新幹線で東京へ。。昼間は一人でウロウロしました。


フィルムカメラで撮った。
ビルの反射が気に入った。

東京ビックサイト前の彫刻
撮った時「あのおかあさん...」と言われた。いや、観光客の記念写真と違うから。。笑

デザフェスの下見のつもりでこの場所へ。
ゆりかもめで。思ったより遠い!

こだま、グリーン席



なんかいい!

不満は空いているのに、なぜ隣に人がいるのか。
あいてるところに変わろうかと思ったで。。汗;

ここからゆりかもめに乗り換え
JRの降り場なのでわかりやすい。
JR大阪と阪急梅田の乗り換えとは大違い、と考えていた。


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