By A Thread
Tuesday, December 18, 2012
Utility covers and street stencils attracted my attention as usual as I walked along Tokyo streets. I had fun walking and snapping industrial and informational art. Following are examples street life.
I like the tile work sizes and shapes, colors and bumps. Because it had been raining earlier there are a few wet fallen leaves here and there.
The stencils indicate clearly municipal governments don't want pedestrians walking and smoking but you can find cigarette vending machines on sidewalks.
Bicycles are a frequently used method of transportation and signage on sidewalks are providing information for their use.
These street signs, vending machines and traffic all provide a glimpse of Japanese city life.
The sign says it all.
This peeling paint has such an abstract quality to it.
Don't you just love cultural language--Daddy Express!
Tokyo Tower in the distance.
Officer controlling evening commute traffic near Shinigawa Station, Tokyo.
Vendors at lunch time.
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