When I hear the name of the place Haneda, all I think of is Haneda Airport, and I don't often think of a shopping district or residential area. However, it is just my own image that Haneda in Ohta-ku, where the Tama River and the Ebidori River meet, is surrounded by residential areas. I can only imagine an airport, but there is also such an ordinary residential area.
The streets were lined with houses and overhead power lines. It was so quiet in the residential area that almost no one was walking on the street. Despite the fact that the houses are so densely packed, I didn't often pass people during walking around. Everyone seemed to be spending their time in the comfort of their homes. As I walked, I found a barbershop. A tricolor sign kept rotating quietly at the end of a deserted street.
|Feb 2016 IN THE CITY TOKYO|
|ELECTRIC WIRE HANEDA RESIDENTIAL AREA STREET|
February 7, 2016
August 31, 2020
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