Tokyo 2

Jul 12th 2007 — Tokyo — 8:45 am

It is late Thursday night in Tokyo. We just got back from a baseball game. It was a good time with quite an enthusiastic crowd. I was very impressed, the Japanese are serious about their baseball. The following pictures are in chronological order from a couple days ago up till tonight. Hope everyone is doing well.

Imperial Bridge

Shinjuku Crossing










  1. Loved the pictures but especially the narratives. Gives us–I suspect–a good feel for your visit and what Tokyo is about.

    Comment by Dad — July 13, 2007 @ 10:14 am
  2. I agree with dad.

    I’m glad you posted a picture of the haunted prison bar, it will help me develop the concept in Rock Hill.

    I love the picture of the woman running for office and the expressions on the other two people’s faces. And the street performer is awesome too.

    and the umbrella shot is money.

    Comment by rebecca — July 13, 2007 @ 11:04 am
  3. I agree with your dad and your sister. The narratives that explain the pix are very helpful.

    All in all, I vastly prefer Bozeman, but Tokyo is a most amazing place for my nephews to send pictures from! It makes me sure I never need to actually go there.

    Questions: Where do you sleep? What foods have you enjoyed in Tokyo? Are you learning to speek the language? Do they serve Hot Dogs and Nachos at the ballpark? Whe wil you climb Mount Fuji?

    Comment by Binky — July 14, 2007 @ 2:31 pm
  4. I guess everyone except me knows that there are narratives on each picture. How did you all know that? I am really out of it. The narratives are really great, but invisible.

    Comment by mom — July 17, 2007 @ 10:08 am
  5. Mom, When you click on a thumbnail, the picture should open in a box with the website in the background in grey.

    When this happens, the captions are underneath the pictures.

    Comment by Michael — July 18, 2007 @ 8:51 am

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