Yesterday, I attended the opening day of the Japan Society’s new exhibit, which compares the architecture of Tokyo during the 1964 and 2020 Summer Games.
The Japan Society is located at 333 East. 47th Street in New York City; the exhibit
will be open until January 26th, 2020.
Left: Official Exhibition poster
Right: Section from “Holes in the House” – this structure is a model of an actual house in Tokyo that was purchased and then redesigned by architects Mio Tsuneyama and
Black Kite/Kamakura, Japan
Fireworks at Tachikawa’s Showa Kinen Park/立川市の昭和記念公園
The Wisteria Illumination at Ashikaga Flower Park/Tochigi Prefecture
an oriental turtle dove/キジバト
Fall Foliage in Tachikawa’s Showa Kinen Park/Japan
Edogawa Fireworks Festival – 2018.August.11
Images from the Asakusa Toro Nagashi-2018.August.11
A Toro Nagashi is a Japanese ceremony in which people float paper lanterns
down a river to commemorate the souls of the dead.
Store Window in Omotesando, Tokyo