bikes & japan

The Japanese are very polite and extremely helpful. More than once the Tokyoite we asked for directions stopped what they were doing and went out of their way to physically led us where we wanted to go.


This is a storefront in Asakusa (pronounced ‘asaksa’) where we saw Taishu Engeki at the Mokubakan Theater. (The next day we saw Kabuki. We like the performing arts.)


Have you ever seen such a pretty storefront in your life? There were bicycles parked everywhere on the sidewalks. Some had tiny locks, but most were unlocked. From this I deduct that Tokyo must be one of the safest cities in the world.


This is me and the Sensoji Temple.

1 Response to “bikes & japan”

  1. 1 Rev. Lynn DeLellis June 14, 2009 at 21:14

    Lovely pictures and refreshing to hear. Thank you.

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I really like the phrase "always an adventure". I am a Reiki Master and work as a therapist in Manhattan, in my private practice and at a cancer center. I also freelance as a translator in the New York City area and beyond.


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