Sunday, 26 May 2013

Happy Birthday Tokyo Sky Tree!

My, my. How time flies. It's been a year since Tokyo SkyTree opened. 

I have been late posting about it. Thank you Ru for reminding me about it's birthday though.

You can say we had the opportunity to see it "grew" when we visited Tokyo in previous years.
 The tower in 2010.
The tower (and us) in 2011.

No photos of the dear Skytree in 2012 because we have yet made a trip to Japan since 2011. Booooohoooohoooo!!!!

HAPPY BIRTHDAY TOKYO SKYTREE!

No rhyme or reason for this photo here :
I just feel like putting it here. LOL

35 comments:

  1. Tokyo Sky Tree and a steam train in one post? Oh forget about reasons, who cares about reasons, it's totally great! :D

    Happy birthday, Sky Tree!

    PS: Is that the SL Banetsu Monogatari? Ooo, droool.

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    1. Where are you & Dru going to flood your blogs with (more) day & night shots of the tower?????

      p.s. yup. Just thought I put it there to make you drool (and jealous). Hahaha

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    2. I don't have time or space in my blog for Sky Tree these days. Too much Shikoku to post! I also have a lot of other things so no time for it. I even missed the Tokyo Hotaru this year even though I wanted to go. :( Friends with music gigs required my attention. Oh well. Next year I'll go to the hotaru. Hopefully it isn't too busy.

      PS: I'll try to get photos this coming weekend if I have time. No guarantees, but I'm too lazy to get out and take photos of Sky Tree from the same place.

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    3. But, she sputters, I did that post about walking along Kyūnakagawa with Sky Tree photos! You want more? OK! (I didn't exactly need a twisted arm, did I?)

      Dru has been rather quiet. I think he's discovered Hooters. ;)

      PS: You succeeded, you evil woman!

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    4. Hooters is not a new discovery. It was a Japanese discovery. Although I wouldn't say it was worth it. A bit expensive, but compared to the salary man infested izakaya, it was a nice change.

      Sky Tree... are we going to have a competition on Sky Tree photos? I can only hope I have time this weekend then.

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    5. We can have a Sky Tree competition, but you'll get all the nice close-ups and dramatic night shots. Does this mean I'll have to go on another "stalking Sky Tree" walkpedition? Hmm. Maybe from the north ... hmm ... OK I got an idea. ;)

      PS: Now Lina has disappeared!

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    6. Lina been busy seething in envy over those who gets to view Sky Tree, doing some homebrewing (how's the progress) and those who sees ajisai this season. :P

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    7. I doubt I can go there at night this weekend. I also need a good tripod. So many possible photos, but no tripod to help. :(

      Lots of interesting moody shots with the clouds these days. :)

      Ajisai? Don't need those. Ask Ru. :D

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    8. No reply about the secret (or is it not secret) brewing action Dru. ;)

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    9. How can Twitter be a secret? Besides, I wasn't brewing, I was bottling. Drinking comes next week. :D

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    10. She can invite herself, but not sure if she'd want beer, let alone a home brew that may not taste good... ...

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    1. The train is nice. It's a steam train. It was celebrating it's 10 year anniversary of being revived the year we got on board. :)

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  3. And happy birthday to Tokyo Sky Tree! Wonder when will I be able to visit it?

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    1. When you go visit Tokyo of course! :)

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  4. I guess you are saving up for your next holiday to Japan then?

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    1. Saving and training too. Need to keep up with a certain zebra when I finally hit Japan's shore again ^^

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  5. It's early to pass one year from the open of Sky Tree.
    It still sounds crowded around the Sky Tree but I would like to visit the tower with my family.
    The aquarium in the Sky Tree must be also interesting

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    1. A lot of people are interested in the tower. It is good. :)

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  6. Happy Birthday Tokyo SkyTree. You will have to visit again soon to update the photos. Now there is a great reason to come back :)

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    1. At the mo', I'll just be content with whatever you guys (and gal) posted up. :)

      よろしく ^^

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  7. Yeay Happy Birthday SkyTree!!
    And the random photo at the bottom is comel.. :p

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  8. I still haven't seen Tokyo Sky Tree since it was completed. I visited it while it was under construction 3 years ago, when it was only half as tall as it is now. It was still massive.

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    1. Any plans in future to visit? or complete ambivalence about it? ;)

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    2. No plans at the moment, as in no date I plan to see it. However, I really do want to see it.

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  9. aiyoh, really?? 東京スカイツリー is one year old?? how nice you saw it grow and back again when it's completed.. hmmm, no Japan trip since 2011?? never mind lah, 2014 will be it!!!

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    1. Dun make me sad la SK. ;-)

      2014 is still do far in future. It'll be end of 2014 some more! T____T

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  10. Hi! Your shots are very beautiful. Thank you for sharing.

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  11. Happy Birthday Tokyou SkyTree! :D I wonder how do you look like on Christmas?

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    1. I wonder too.

      We have to wait for that, haven't we?

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  12. Happy Birthday! When will Tokyo Sky Tree bear fruits? hehe..;),

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    1. We have to wait and see. Who knows? hehehe

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