A Million LED Lights

During the holiday season, the 150 trees along Omotesando street are decorated with a million LED lights. They restarted this tradition the previous year after a decade absence.

We came across Mika Ninagawa’s photo exhibit.

Hungry, we tried to get into Kyourakutei (蕎楽亭) in Kagurazaka but the queue was very long – it was the last working day of the year. We ended up at Torijaya (鳥茶屋) in Kagurazaka for hot pot of vegtables, chicken, and udon – it hit the spot.

A new printer for getting those New Year cards out…

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One Response to A Million LED Lights

  1. labasoche says:

    It’s very nice !

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