June 2, 2010

Shutter Art in Asakusa


I took this photo on denpoin-street.
That is a udon (Japanese thick noodle) restaurant.
If you visit asakusa in morning, you can see many nice shutter art.

(Note)
This photo was taken on May 19 , 2010.

5 comments:

you-wee because said...

The samurai on the shutter wears these - in my eyes - very uncomfortable traditional Japanese "shoes" / clog sandels (?) I don't know their right name.
I saw these "shoes" in front of one of the Kamakura temples. There was a traditional Japanese wedding ceremony inside.
Do you have a pair of these sandals, too, Nobu-san?

Regards, Uwe.

Malyss said...

I find very pretty and clever to decorate the shutters this way. Here we have often ugly graffitis; But I guess you have to wake up to admire them!

Anne Vis said...

Beautiful!

nobu said...

Thanks all!!
You-wee; It is "Geta"(下駄).
I sometime wera it when I go to summer festival.

echo said...

I love this! I wish the shuttered shops in Seattle were this lively and colorful. :-)

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