Tuesday, 15 May 2012

A Tree, From The Street

Just one more week before the official opening of the Tokyo Sky Tree. Do take note that from May 22nd to July 10th will only be available through advance reservation. So, for visitors that would mean visiting after the advance reservation period. Do visit the Sky Tree's website for more info.

And just the the last two week's Tuesday post - here's more Tokyo Sky Tree photos and this time, it's from the streets of Asakusa.




Check out the photos of Tokyo Sky Tree over at my two previous posts :

21 comments:

  1. More photos! Happy! It does rather dominate the skyline, doesn't it? ;)

    PS: Where was the second-last one taken?

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    1. My guess, Kototoi Dori. The first bridge north of the Tobu tracks in the Sumida River Park.

      If it's correct, do I win a prize?

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    2. The prize would be sponsoring me over to Tokyo and do a prize-giving ceremony right at the spot! Muahaha!!!!!

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    3. Ah, yes, you're right! You win a firefly fundoshi! (It glows in the dark.)

      PS: Oops. We're taking over Lina's post, but I'm a jungle woman with no manners. What's your excuse? ;)

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    4. Don't you think we should have a Tokyo Sky Tree Fan Gathering when you come over again? That would be very lekker! ^^

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    5. An absolutely grand idea!


      I'll bring our Ultraman plastic mat if we're having a picnic. ;p

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    6. Hmm... sponsoring your trip to Japan. I can afford a box with holes and the postage. ;P

      I will be expecting the firefly fundoshi when you come. Ru can help you get it. ;)

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    7. I know! We can start in Kiba Park, and then we walk along Yokojukkengawa, and then we go to Sarue Onshi Park, and then we walk via Kinshicho and Ooyokogawa. We stop everywhere to spread the Ultraman plastic mat and have a picnic. Then we reach Tokyo Sky Tree in the evening, and we go up to see a night view of Tokyo. Dru can wear his firefly fundoshi and provide extra sparkles, I can tell boring stories about shitamachi history, Lina can explain our route to all the locals (because they will definitely ask her), Zaini can take pictures and Raimie can think we're mad. (The Hero will hide at home.)

      Anybody wants to join us? :D

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    8. Do you really need a glow-in-the-dark undergarment, Dru? ;p

      @Ru,
      I somehow suspect that if this plan does materialise somehow,someday; the scenario that you mentioned will be played exactly like that. LOL

      Yes, who wants to join? The more the merrier. ^^

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    9. If my sparkly fundoshi is being worn, it'll be under my trousers. I doubt they will sparkle that much... I need a happi too. :D

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  2. The countdown is getting shorter and it does look amazing in the background. Can't wait to see it with my own eyes next year in Tokyo :)

    Japan Australia

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    1. Are you going up the Tree? :)

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    2. I hope so and would love to climb the tree :)

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  3. Will you visit there during this period of time? :D

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    1. It'll only be in 2014 for us if we want to visit the Sky Tree. ^^

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  4. Hope to see it myself if I get to Tokyo next year! I'll think of you if I do :)

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    1. Cool! :)

      Don't forget about Rurousha too. ^^

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  5. It adds a uniqueness to the skyline. Advance ticket holders must be very excited. I hope to see it in person someday too!

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    1. To be among the first few to experience it sure is a novel experience. :)

      I hope I can too. :)

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  6. LOL! How many more Tokyo Sky Tree posts you will be writing? : D

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    1. How many would you do if you're in my shoes? ;p

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