Photographer's Note

The center of Tokyo has few big parks. This Yoyogi Park improves the former site which was athlete's dormitories of Tokyo Olympic Games in 1964, and opens it as the city park in Tokyo's 23 Wards in 1967. The plottage is fourth largest in the city park in Tokyo's 23 Wards. A park is also a place in which Harajuku Station and Meijijinguu-mae Station are adjoined and many people gather from Harajuku, Omotesando, and Shibuya. Inside a garden has a pond which has a fountain in the center, and the lawn is surrounded by the open space in the circumference. The sidewalk is improved to surround inside the garden and people who are often jogging are seen. In addition, a flower bed and the site for dog runs are located in one corner inside the garden, and the dog lover is accompanied by the dog. This photograph was taken by the pond side. People rested on the lawn and the sprinkler of a pond had released water with vigor sufficient in the sunlight of autumn.

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