Shot at Tetsugakudo Park in Nakano, Tokyo.
This park was built by Enryo Inoue, a founder of Toyo University. He was a philosopher and this park was originally devoted four great philosophers, Socrates, Immanuel Kant, Confucius and Buddha. The personnel selection was a compromise between East and West. There were some hall in the park.
When I entered one of them, I found a man sitting by the window. He was watching outside with doing nothing. The gentle light was coming from the window.
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November 2, 2005
Tetsugakudo park, Tokyo
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