日本での一年間

November 28, 2008

Yamanote Line Project (Part 4) – Mejiro Station

Filed under: Tokyo places, Yamanote-Sen — myyearinjapan @ 3:43 am

Stop 4 on the Yamanote Line, Mejiro.

Mejiro Station sign

Mejiro Station sign

Members of the Red Cross trying to get peoeple to donate blood, just outside the station

Members of the Red Cross trying to get people to donate blood, just outside the station

On the campus of Gaku-shuu-in University

On the campus of Gaku-shuu-in University

Looking through a window into a room where people are practicing martial arts

Looking through a window into a room where people are practicing martial arts

The train passes by.

The train passes by.

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2 Comments »

  1. […] Yamanote line, I started at Shinjuku station, and went clockwise, visiting Shinokubo, Takadanobaba, Mejiro, Ikebukuro, Otsuka, Sugamo, Komagome, Tabata, Nishinippori, Nippori, Uguisudani, Ueno, Okachimachi, […]

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  2. […] started in Shinjuku, then went clockwise to Shinokubo, Takadanobaba, Mejiro, Ikebukuru, Otsuka, Sugamo, Kamagome, Tabata, Nishi-Nippori, Nippori, Uguisudani, Ueno, Okachimachi […]

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