Photographer's Note

I crossed the Hakusan street and was walking along the alley of Sengoku where a residence stands in a row on that day. It is an afternoon of a weekday and there is little traffic only by neighboring residents and the schoolchild of school return walking slightly. The alley in Tokyo is complex like a maze. However, since there is almost no dead end, it is interesting. If you continue walking, it will come out to a main street. Probably, the master of the house has appeared in work in the center of Tokyo. The local individual store is open in some places, and does business quietly. While walking, I met to the residents who are taking the dog for a walk well. This lady accompanied by this dog also came out from the alley, and disappeared in the slanting alley with the steps which seem to be busy. The light of winter was illuminating the alley dazzlingly.
Anyway, it is interesting there are the smell of land and rediscovery of the old name of a place when we walk along the unknown alley.

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Additional Photos by mikio kato (kato) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 1386 W: 219 N: 3395] (11630)
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