Photographer's Note

It's Aoyama street in Tokyo, and it's a part of route 246. National Route 246 is a major highway on the island of Honshū in Japan. It originates in Chiyoda, Tokyo and terminates in Numazu, Shizuoka. This photograph was taken towards the direction of Akasaka from the pedestrian crossing in front of an outer garden. Many business complexes stand in a row on both sides.

National Route 246: After Tokaido is improved at the Edo period, in the form where the Ashigara way is met mostly, a road is newly improved and it comes to be used as a near round trip of Tokaido. Like Tokaido, various parts of the Tokaido place along the route were connected to Edo, and people and goods came, went and developed. The total extension is 122.7 km.

- Partial red

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