Tokyo (4)

After lunch, I resumed my exploration of Yanaka.   I realised the whole area is stuffed full of temples and cemeteries, including the Tomb of Gamo Kunpei:-

Again, I saw a wealth of old houses:-

A waterpump:-

Another fine telegraph pole:-

And a spectacularly unhelpful map:-

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2 thoughts on “Tokyo (4)

  1. Ivan Gaskell says:

    Do you know Genpei Akasegawa, “Hyperart: Thomasson,” trans. Matthew Fargo (New York: Kaya Press, 2009)? Your excellent photos of some of my favorite parts of Tokyo suggest that it might appeal to you.
    –Ivan

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