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5.20.14 yokohama kogane cho 黄金町

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5.20.14

横浜に一泊して、帰る前に黄金町をブラブラしてみました。
朝だったのでどこも開いてませんでしたが。。
Walking around Koganecho in the morning....
No places are opened but I saw where the art spots were...

電車の高架下がずっとアートスポットになっています。




I like to take photos of architectural design...




よそのうちなかのそと




カフェっぽかったですが。。


artist in residency かアトリエのようでした。もう一つあったけど近所のおばさんが見ていたのでこの位で。。笑


宿泊した所から黄金町迄一駅歩きました。
前の日に歩き過ぎてすでに疲れていますが、これから三島に寄って大阪に帰るのですが。。無事に着くのか。。

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