日本での一年間

December 6, 2008

Yamanote Line Project (Part 12) – Uguisudani Station

Filed under: Tokyo places, Yamanote-Sen — myyearinjapan @ 6:19 am

The 11th stop on the Yamanote line, Uguisudani station. Getting off at this station felt very odd. It was a mix of Salary men and high school aged girls wearing Sailor uniforms. And the area was filled with places that were obviously Love Hotels, where people can rent by the hour.

Uguisudani Station sign

Uguisudani Station sign

Station platform

Station platform

Station platform, looking the other way

Station platform, looking the other way

Walkway inside the station

Walkway inside the station

temple-like building behid a fence

temple-like building behid a fence

Love Hotel?

Love Hotel?

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4 Comments »

  1. High school girls + salarymen + love hotels? Hmmm, sounds to me like Uguisudani is a center of teen prostitution -_-;;;

    Comment by reccaphoenix — December 12, 2008 @ 6:41 am

  2. yes…quite suspicious…And right next to Ueno where all the parents take their kids to go to the zoo!

    Comment by myyearinjapan — December 12, 2008 @ 11:12 am

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