Walking around in Hachiko Square on a Saturday evening in March. As people meet up with friends, a political van with a man on top with a microphone goes on about something. People usually just ignore these types of political (very large) soapboxes, but sometimes they are so over-amplified that they are actually physically painful to hear if you're anywhere near them (not the case on this particular day).
After walking around in the waiting area in front of the Hachiko dog statue, I head over towards the "scramble" crosswalk and wait for the next walk-everywhere green lights....
渋谷駅前のハチ公広場の土曜日の夕方の様子 東京 (Recorded on Saturday, March 13th, 2010, at 7:39 p.m.)
Lyle (Hiroshi) Saxon