Such pretty colors everywhere. I like how many tea and coffee pots they have.
they had a pop-up coffee stand there so those pots had been brought by the people who were making coffee :)
I love the atmosphere of these photos !
Thank you, I'm glad you like them!
this looks like such a cool area! wonderful photos...
it's kind of an old area that is not so major for people visiting from outside Tokyo I guess, but it is a nice area and many new cool shops and bars have been popping up :)
I just love how amazing their street stalls and cafe looks. Its simplicity is a classic :)
It was a pop-up coffee stand which isn't normally there, but yes it was quite nicely done! (and coffee was very good too)
Hiki, every post its getting better and better, I adore your photos so much!!! I want to come and visit you so badly
Thank you Maria! I want you to come and visit so we can have a lovely long walk around town taking lots of photos together again!!
I just found your blog, i'm really enjoying looking at it! such nice photos! it's nice to find this :)thank you for the link ^___^
Thank you! I'm happy to be found :)
Oh I didn't know this neighbourhood, it's so charming ! I'd love to attend to the market..
It's not one of those majour neighbourhood but there has been many really nice shops and bars opening in this area and it's one of my favourite areas to hung out! The market only happens once every couple of months or so but it was really good :)
these are so beautiful and dreamy!i love the little market with the trees hovering over, and the coffee stand.... iina!
I looove your blog! You take beautiful photos! Is there a schedule for the Sunday market? I would love to go! And where is that cute lalala shop?? Kawaiiii!
your kind words are always welcome and appreciated! arigato :)
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