Sunday, January 09, 2011

"Seibu Construction, Ginza Chuo-Dori Stroll, Yurakucho Station Plaza Blue Lights"

The title explains three of the five video clips covered in this post.  The first video clip shows the construction section of the Seibu Line between Ogawa and Hagiyama Stations.  I've posted videos of this stretch a few times before - the idea being to show how the project is progressing over time.  The clip after that shows a Ginza Line train pulling into Nihonbashi Station, followed by a walk down a sunlit Chuo-Dori sidewalk in the heart of Ginza.  Then there's a view of walking down a Ginza side street, and a view of walking through the Yurakucho Station plaza - with the end-of-the-year blue lights projecting patterns on the plaza.

While I'm at it - there are a few new entries at the art blog:

There are only a few entries because just about all the galleries were still closed when I visited the Kyobashi-Ginza area this week.  I knew many of them would be closed, but I had expected a few here and there to be open, but just about all of them were still closed.

Ogawa to Hagiyama - Station Announcements at Hagiyama (110106-1335)

Right side view of the construction zone between Ogawa and Hagiyama stations.  小川駅から萩山駅まで 東京

Ginza Line Train Arriving at Nihonbashi Station (110106-1426)

Watching a Ginza Line train arriving at Nihonbashi Station.  銀座線 日本橋駅 東京

Ginza Chuo Dori Sidewalk Stroll (110106-1448)

Walking down Ginza's Chuo-Dori in the afternoon.  Tokyo street scenes 日本 東京 道 様子

Ginza Side Street Stroll (110106-1753)

Strolling down one of the side streets in Ginza.

Yurakucho Station Plaza (110106-1757)

Walking across Yurakucho Station Plaza with end-of-the-year lighting still up and Shinkansen trains passing, etc.

Lyle (Hiroshi) Saxon

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