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Discover of tokyo "Omotesando area": it mixes modern design and old things

i may write some posts about life tracking devices.
well, after i start to use such devices, our walking distance became larger .  it was two km was the largest distance for walking, when we got them. now, especially, after came back from europe, two km for our walking is normal thing. we walked 30km on beginning of this month. And, we walked 23km on last weekend.
"I'll write review about such devices later. "

today, i write about walking on one day of last weekend.

I walked around omitesando, tokyo. it is an area between harajyuku and gaien park. Usually, the area are famous for modern and arts. I do not know well about tokyo. But, i also know littele bit about the area, even if i am such person.

In that walking, I could find more new knowledge about omotesando.

Following photo is a exact same as my image for Omotesando.

Above photo is a french foods restaurant.

And Cafes.
Like as above, Omotesando has many shop which is famous for girls and people who has interest in fashions. (in my image)

However, Omotesando had some other faces, too.

One is green. Some small streets have some green area like as below.
 I was surprised because of the green. In Osaka-city (2nd or 3rd largest city in japan), there are not such greens in a center of city.

The other face is old.
I found many too old building among modern designed building as below.
This building clothed vegetations. And the vegetations made fruites.

Like as above, Omotesando area is not simple area. I will be able to find some other new elements on next time, too.


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