Last weekend, I strolled around Ginza, one of the popular shopping areas in Tokyo, to find the gaps/alleys between tall buildings. Ginza is full of modern-looking buildings but behind them, there are a lot of old alleys and gaps, which you can walk through (and it's not illegal). This time, I discovered a couple more and enjoyed looking up at the narrowest Tokyo sky. I often do this when I have a chance to visit this area.
銀座の隙間２ The Gaps in Ginza Part 2: http://bit.ly/12OLKKb
銀座の隙間１ The Gaps in Ginza Part 1: http://bit.ly/12OLPxq
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