Images Through Glass

Shibuya, Hachiko Square.
Waiting for someone one fine evening while the cherry blossoms were still out.
~ Lyle Hiroshi Saxon

Hachico Square, the famous “busy pedestrians” road junction in Shibuya (one of the twenty-three city wards of Tokyo) is heavily decorated by neon advertisements and giant video screens.

Amazingly large crowds of pedestirans cross the intersection every day, waiting patiently to cross the road and then surging over all at once, the minute the traffic light turns green.

The scrolling message on the building says "American President Obama..."

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