Things change a lot in Tokyo. Buildings go up and down, and businesses come and go. Perhaps none quite as starkly as this previously featured old bar.
Sometimes, however, the more things change, the more they somehow remain the same. Like the place below that I first photographed almost 4 years ago.
And then once again last weekend. It’s now different, but also the same, as well as similarly hinting at some kind of unknown story.
Nice. A stylish new lick of paint, and the man’s wearing a mask. He’s not likely to catch a virus from up there, so us the smell if the paint still strong?
Argh … is the smell of the paint….
The new lick of paint is the one thing I do know about. It’s fairly new, but definitely not that new it’d still smell, so perhaps he is just being ultra cautious.
“Leo, are you still jumping out of windows in expensive clothes?” (My Little Airport)
“Just look at that sign man!”
Haha, he just missed the memo about the expensive clothes!
Times must be hard for sartorial self defenestration.
It was the highway sign rather than the matching outfit that initially caught my attention.
Maybe he has nice shoes!
It’s quite the sign eh? A very nice little extra.
Haha, possibly the finest Italian loafers a pension can afford!
I love it, his and hers windows! 😉
Ah, hadn’t thought about it like that. If only she had been there too…