Friday, December 26, 2008

Late autumn in Okusawa, Tokyo



Tokyo has more houses and building covered in vines than I have seen in any other city.

4 comments:

Chris (i-cjw.com) said...

Very good point, you're absolutely right. There's a house right in the middle of Minami Aoyama completely covered in vines, even the windows, yet somebody lives there. Quite creepy (if you'll excuse the pun).

David said...

Yea, but it is an easy way to tell when it is autumn---the houses change colors.

nandski's toy box said...

how's tokyo looks now?
is it snowing?..
by the way, great
photos!

David said...

Thanks.

No snow yet---it's still too warm. I am hoping we'll get some this year though.