Outdoor Advertisement in Tokyo

at Ginza, Tokyo



Kimono Shop
I love beautiful Kimono.

Do you know Pachinko?
Pachinko is a Japanese gaming device
used for amusement and gambling.
This is an example of a shop beautifully decorated for
the day of Tanabata (July 7) in Japan.


National Diet Building of Japan
under Police Escort

Policemen guarding Kasumigaseki,
and foreigner runners
Kasumigaseki is the location of
most of Japan's cabinet ministry offices.

In other instances, this is a
Collaboration Advertisement.
Anzu and Natsume are fixing on
a subtle whiff of perfume.
Our favorite is Melograno water of
Santa Maria Novella


Tokyo Ginza Shop

5 件のコメント:

  1. I really like the 'Kimono Shop' photo for the warm lights and the huge sign and the colour explosion in the Pachinko shot. It would be cool to see a shot from the interior, I heard they have a Maneki Neko at the entrance.

    Also I enjoyed the entire journey through the advertisement-ed places, great!

  2. Thank you for taking us with you on this small journey. Makes one long indeed to see it. Please have a great start into the new week.

    daily athens

  3. You were so kind as to visit my blog and leave a nice comment and I accidentally deleted instead of posting it...I visited your blog and will return to look around more (but I am at work right now, lol). Would you mind resubmitting your comment, it was sweet!

    Teri at http://terithorsteinson.blogspot.com/2010/04/ipad-new-cat-toy.html

    On Tue, Jul 6, 2010 at 8:30 AM, Anzu wrote:
    > Anzu has left a new comment on your post "The iPad--a new cat toy?":
    > Wow !
    > I hope to enjoy an expensive and precious iPad in Japan
    > with my cats.
    > Cats are indeed clever animal.

  4. Ah, a very beautiful post, I like to walk through the city and ...I love the pachinko!!!
    Unfortunately here does not exist but when I was a child my father had invented a game very similar with the nails on a wooden board
    and a ball that was down ...

  5. A lot of funny, spectacular and interesting things, but my curiosity was taken by the Santa Maria Novella ad, with the name of a famous basilica in Florence...


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