Leaving the deserted Shinto shrine, I moved to Nishikoyama Train Station. The shops appeared on the street as I approached the station. Meanwhile, I arrived at the station,
It is built in the residential area and there were some shopping streets around the station. I stood at the entrance of one of them. In these days, it is said that many shopping avenues are dying in Japan. The large shopping mall wins a customer from the shopping avenue. Yet this shopping avenue is excepted. It is bustling with excitement.
The shops in the street are open and many pedestrians walk in front of the shops. In my humble opinion, to walk around the local shopping avenue is so much more fun than to walk around the shopping mall which is a large-capital-owned.
|Sep 2019 IN THE CITY TOKYO|
|NISHIKOYAMA PEDESTRIAN SHOPPING ARCADE|
September 13, 2019
January 16, 2020
SONY ALPHA 7R II
SONNAR T* FE 55MM F1.8 ZA