Came to Shibuya on that day. The name of this city is famous, but the origin of the name is uncertain. There is no established theory. Anyway, 'Ya' means a valley in Japanese. And the place where the train station stands is located at the bottom of the valley. Some slopes, for example, Dogen-zaka, Miyamasu-zaka, stretch from the bottom of the valley.
Along the Inokashira line, there is also a slope. I don't know the name. Yet it has a steep pitch. Stopping at a side street, I watched the slope. The pedestrians appeared on the slope occasionally. It seemed to be terrible in both directions. In the meantime, a businessman came to my sight. He climbed the steep slope slouchingly while he had a bag in his left hand.
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October 16, 2018
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