When you’ve got the “p” guys around your unattended car on the streets it’s a bad sign. The Parking Ticket guys snap a digital photo of your car, log it, and slap a self-adhesive ticket to your wind shield. Was it 15,000 yen or more? Once you’ve got it once, you’ll not want it again.
If you look at their products, it seems UNIQLO is going the Yoga fashion direction. If you know Lululemon, there seems like some major copying is happening, at a much lower price point… is it just the way fashion trends work?
As temperatures have warmed for the spring the last couple years, there’s been a noticeable increase in algae growing around the Imperial Palace in its moats. You wonder, is the Imperial Family starting an Imperial Algae Farm?
Any pond or body of water with no incoming and outflowijg water will stagnant. With today’s technology, this is an easy fix.
Get some waterproof bubble machines that aerate and drop them in several places around the moats. The lithium ion batteries will keep them going for months. At season’s end, just grab the floating buoys and pull them out.
Pretty unsightly if this is not fixed.
It’s amazing these old dudes in makeup can still sell tickets. KISS in the Tokyo Dome on Dec 11, 2019.
Pictured is a 3 meter wide advert in Tokyo Metro subway’s Roppongi Station.
If you’re looking to get fit but jogging doesn’t appeal to you, and you find stuff in the pool other than swimmers turns you off, then you may want to look at cycling.
In the greater Tokyo area (Kanto Plain), riding isn’t always that great in Tokyo but there are some great places to go outside the huge metropolitan city. Some of the best places are along the rivers where the communities have actually maintained a cycling road that goes from Tokyo bay up stream.
For example, you can ride from Tokyo Bay up the Edo River and target Sekiyado Castle as your goal. The castle turned museum even has racks to hang your bike and picnic tables to each your lunch or relax on the borders of Chiba, Ibaraki, and Saitama prefectures. the cycling path varies from the size of a two lane road to a small paved path that only can handle a rider each way.
In the above picture you can see a sign in Kasukabe-Shi (City) Saitama along the route saying you’re 45 km from the ocean.