Height Limitation Under The Railway

Traffic sign under railway
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The traffic sign stood in the dimness

Shot in the city of Yurakucho Tokyo.

The passage under the railway was dim. Some drinking places were doing business there. They might be nice places to blather on and on about the boss for the businessmen because they were messy.

By the way, the passage was built in many ages ago. The height was short. According to the traffic sign, the passageway was 2.1m high. So if a group of Dutchmen came here, some of them couldn't walk with a straight back. The highest average height of men was recorded in the Netherlands.

Trivial Moments by Tetsu Ozawa

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Where is Yurakucho?

DATA

Photo No

9351

Shooting Date

Jun 2015

Posted On

July 9, 2015

Place

Yurakucho, Tokyo

Genre

Street Photography

Camera

SIGMA DP2 MERRILL

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