日本での一年間

September 21, 2008

Ueno Park (Part 2)

Filed under: Tokyo places, Yamanote-Sen — myyearinjapan @ 9:53 am

More pictures from Ueno Park.

The Police Box at Ueno park. Police boxes are all over the city, there to watch over every little neighborhood.

The Police Box at Ueno park. Police boxes are all over the city, there to watch over every little neighborhood.

Police boxes are a good place to go for directions, since Tokyo is such a huge and confusing city and addresses here arent actually related to location.

Police boxes are a good place to go for directions, since Tokyo is such a huge and confusing city and addresses here aren't actually related to location.

Big  crow

Big, scary crow

Crows eating a pile of garbage

Crows eating a pile of garbage

Another big crow

Another big crow

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3 Comments »

  1. When I was in Japan, the crows there surprised me once.
    I heard what I thought was a distressed child going “Aaaah! Aaaaah!” but it was actually a crow. Those dang karasu.

    Comment by reccaphoenix — September 21, 2008 @ 9:58 pm

  2. Yeah. This park is filled with gigantic crows and they are really loud. Much louder than crows I see back at home on top of that.

    Comment by myyearinjapan — September 22, 2008 @ 3:41 am

  3. […] — myyearinjapan @ 4:06 pm 13th stop on our journey around the Yamanote Line, Ueno Station. Ueno is famous for Ueno park, which contains several museums, countless crows and is lively with […]

    Pingback by Yamanote Line Project (Part 13) - Ueno Station « 日本での一年間 — December 7, 2008 @ 4:07 pm


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