Ginza is the shopping area for the burning wallet. It turned out the street were closed for traffic on Saturdays after midday. Making it to a pedestrian heaven for walkers, strollers and shoppers.
When leaving Shinbashi station arather big shower turned up and stole half an hour watching people walking umbrellas
No umbrella? No problem with a free newspaper.
Away from the station some huge anima figure shows up!
The above is vents!
A skyscraper with some structure on it.
Another view from basement level.
A guy leaving basement level. Around the corner from this exit you’ll find the ADMT museum (ADvertising Museum Tokyo)
Another look on a cloudy day.
Reflection from other buildings in Ginza.
The Tsukiji fishmarket is a very popular place for tourist. The backlash comes when 200 tourist are trying to get photos while other people actually are working and trying to sell their fish. The market has restricted access due to this. I diden’t plan to go but I ended anyway in the ares on a walk. This is the shops outside the market. Wonder what that Giraffe symbolizes in a fish area.
This shop is closing and bringing in the softice, while spectators are commenting.
Some dudes waiting for something holding ground. They just stood there for half an hour.
… and then a guy came with the treats!
Walkers with umbrellas.
Posing with a stylish hat.
Shopping with modern reddish gear in old-fashioned style.
That guy could be Japanese answer to Carl Lagerfeld. Without black and ponytail.
Walking a dog always makes new friends.
Taking a rest on the street.
Guy desperately trying to fix his headphone cables.
Then I left Ginza Dori and headed to the station meeting this guy pulling something.
… Theese having a late afternoon meal.