It was a cloudy Saturday. I went to Ueno for a certain purpose, but I finished it very soon, and I realized I had nothing more to do in the area. I could go back home straight from there, but I had a camera with me, so I decided to take a walk around there.
I started walking from Ueno
It's easy to overlook this kind of alley in the evening.
When I was a child, I cut my leg with such a barbed wire.
I visited shopping streets that I had tried with friends in the evening. I took a right turn, and then left. I found an alley with nice atmosphere, and sometimes went back to where I passed. I gradually go south and reached Asakusabashi Station of the JR Sobu Line in the end. It was not good for a date, but perfect for me to walk alone without thinking about my daily busy life.
Are Beer and cider nutritious for plants?
I know someone who has dyed her hair like this.
Are they still using that cart?
I'm used to signs of famous chains such as Starbucks and McDonald's, so a local sign such as that looked so good.
Will the sign glitter in the evening because this place's name is "Neon?"
A flog figure had been placed in the hope for business prosperity. But I'm not sure why Yokai Watch stickers were there.
We looked at each other for a while.
The cat looked away from me.
I wish those boxes had contained the Ultraman figures.
The bins were having a discussion.
I wento the Saemon Bridge to see the end point of the Kanda River.
There are some more photos in a Google Photos' Album. If you have time, enjoy!
Camera: Nikon D810
Lens: AF-S NIKKOR 24-70mm f/2.8E ED VR