January 17, 2009

Illumination and a small shop

illumination and a small shop
I took the photo above from wood deck of akihabara UDX building.
I have ever taken a photo with same direction in day time and post as Dried seaweed shop in akihabara.
And this time, take a photo in the twilight, because I like the small shop which is around center in the photo.

dried seaweed shop Akihabara is changing by redevelopment project, but I like this nostalgic view.
When you see this small shop, you may image old day's scenery of akihabara.

(note)
That shop sells dried seeweed such as Kombu, Wakame, and Hijiki.
Those are ingredients of Japanese dish.

6 comments:

Marc said...

Great to see that there is still room for the small shop. Do you know what they sell nobu?

nobu said...

Thanks Mark.
That shop sells dried seeweed such as Kombu, Wakame, and Hijiki.
Those are ingredients of Japanese dish.

Kombu is a typical ingredient for soup stock in Japan.

Babooshka said...

We did to keep small shops. They keep the individuality of each are,

Kuanyin Moi said...

I really enjoy dried seaweed...would love to have a shop near me with such a variety and large selection.

Marc said...

I love dried seaweed. We have many Japanese restaurants in town where you can get great dishes prepared with seaweed. And you can buy it at many stores to prepare yourself.
By the way, I looked up koinobori and I look forward to your pictures on it in May.

Malyss said...

This little shop seems to be lost among the modern buildings!That's what we call in France "to resist"!
Only that kind of place can keep the charm of the ancient times..

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