Not far from Kitasenju Station, many stores still stand along the road that used to be Nikko Kaido. Of course, today there is not a single store that caters to travelers. There are no inns (hotels) along the road, as there must have been many in the past. The first post station counted from Edo is now an ordinary shopping street, with few vestiges of the post station remaining.
The clothing store in the photo was one of the stores doing business along such a street. There were many shirts lined up in the store. Looking into the store, I saw a mannequin standing and a nearby convenience store reflected in the glass door. The shop must have been in business for a long time, but it did not look like it had been in business since the Edo period, but it exuded the scent of the good old Showa period.
|Nov 2017 IN THE CITY TOKYO
|GLASS MANNEQUIN REFLECTION SENJU SHIRT SHOP
November 9, 2017
August 15, 2023
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