Scenes of “Tokyo culture to start living alone” based on Pink color
These are pictures at Shimokitazawa! Now I tell you I gave up last year to take photographs of the cherry blossom season.
Why did I give up? It’s because cherry trees are too strong as an icon for the Japanese.
Named cherry trees everywhere, and they make landscape photographs, otherwise you take pictures of flowers, not scenery.
So, this time, let’s make it a meteoroscape by having a powerful landmark and taking some pictures of the surroundings. Let’s take the scenery of the encounter and the parting instead of the photograph of cherry trees;
I visited the hall of fame of Tokyo subculture, Shimokitazawa in this way.
Tamagawa-jousui, the vicinity of Shimokitazawa, is unexpectedly nice for cherry blossom viewing.
J-POP must have been born in a place like this, I thought.