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Pretty coverhole (sakura). Why doesn’t Malaysia have more cultural and architecture coverhole?
Was walking around neighbourhood with growling stomach. I woke up late due to trying to fix portable wifi that I rented from TravelRecommends – it wasn’t working still.
I thought this was a free garden (not). It was drizzling and temperature was around 12-14°C on Day 2. Must find indoor place to hangout:
It was mid Oct and this jewellery shop had started Christmas deco or maybe it had always been like this:
Christmas deco started in some places in Tokyo according to TokyoCheapo! The poster in Tokyo Dome City mall & park (Attraction) had shown the bridge in rainbow colours. Really beautiful.
Tokyo Dome City – Illumination (Japanese but look at the pics!)
I went to Tokyo Dome City – the lights were beautiful but I wasn’t amazed when I looked at the changing colours on the dome till I saw the gesture detection at the bridge. Wow, smart!
See the screen on the left? You can move around your hands or maybe dance and the lights will change! I saw a couple reading it and then they waved their hands around, flapping and the lights really changed :D The colours at the bridge were more beautiful physically than in phone camera.
The Dome qualified for continuous camera shooting (burst shoot) or video:
Near the Stadium & mall:
Along the mall (take staircase from Stadium), there are dark blue lights over water feature:
When I came here, there were very few people.
Marunouchi area – several buildings have Christmas deco. The poster that I saw in one of the buildings had the list and the art looked beautiful (more so than reality).
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Marunouchi area has several buildings and street lights for Christmas deco. Frankly the artwork for the event is more gorgeous than the real lights but I didn't go to all of the listed places, so perhaps I had missed the better deco #marunouchi #marunouchibricksquare #christmasdeco #tokyo #travel #christmasillumination
This was 1 of them that I liked: