Downtown Seto City

I’ve been visiting downtown Seto City (瀬戸市), near Nagoya, for almost 2 decades and nothing has changed.  Every time I visit I think that next time I’m here it’ll be torn down or going under renovation.  Seto City is historically a ceramics center (ceramics in Japanese is seto-mono, seto-ware), but now its mainly just a suburb of Nagoya.

A new Prius getting blessed

Latte and ham and egg French sandwich at a favorite coffee shop in Seto:

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2 Responses to Downtown Seto City

  1. widi says:

    Emotions and the vibes have been caught really well.

  2. ちくですが says:

    私も、はづき、行きたい。かづき、じゃないよ。あと似ても似つかぬかわいいシノさんのお店も。

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