Continuing from the overdue documentation of my Japan trip, this is the second last post for the whole documentation (not including the Suzumiya Haruhi Cosplay shoot). This time, we have a look at Sumida River, located in Asakusa where our hostel’s at and not forgetting the lovely ladies in Kimono.
And oh, I just finished watching Gundam 00, but that’s off topic anyway.
<Picture Intensive Post! Includes school girls and lovely ladies in kimonos>
Sumida River (隅田川, Sumida-gawa) is basically a river that flows through Tokyo, Japan. I don’t really know much about Sumida River actually, besides it being a River, having lots of bridges across it (Similar to Singapore River, except a whole lot cleaner and livelier) and has Sakura trees!
I’m lazy to document about this part, so it will be pictures and some captions along with it.
Pictures should be in chronological order (More or less).
But first. some school girls for you guys.
A lot of fallen sakuras
There was a elementary school by the river where there was a festival as well. I was expecting it to be a high school instead.. ORZ
Sumida River is a very long stretch. Great place to bring a 3D girl around to walk with and talk.
We then headed to Akihabara where we wasted spent most of our remaining money at.
Come to think of it, Sumida River is actually a pretty exciting place whenever there’s a festival held there.
I’ll post up several panoramas of the pictures I took in Tokyo in a new post once I’ve finish documenting the final post.