Tokyo Opera City in Hatsudai is equipped with a sunken garden. Sunken garden is an architectural term that refers to an open space underground where people can gather. The Sunken Garden at Opera City was also open to the sky at the foot of the skyscraper. A mysterious giant singing man stood at the edge of the garden, looking up at the sky and singing.
On a weekday, there are not many people in the Sunken Garden. It's very quiet. What's interesting is that around noon, the empty Sunken Garden starts to fill up with people. It seemed that people working in Opera City were coming out to Sunken Garden during their lunch break.
Looking from above, I saw some people spreading out their lunch in the sunken garden, some relaxing, and some walking down the stairs to go somewhere else. The gathering of people made the Sunken Garden a sight to behold. However, after the lunch break, the place became deserted again. What a waste.
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