I found a sweet mini-velo at Inokashira-Street in Shibuya and took this photo. Some people call this street “Inogashira Street” but it seems not right. Street name is “Inokashira St.”
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In Japanese language, some combination of words may cause a change of sounds. For example, “頭(kashira, ie. head)”→“稼ぎ頭(kasegi-gashira, ie. the most earning person)”. So it sounds natural for us “Inogashira” as well.
But don’t worry, both “Inokashira” “Inogashira” is OK. We can understand which street you mean, anyway. Once a traveller lady showed me a note saying “Enokashira” line of train. I was not experienced Tokyo-walker at that time but finally I understood she meant “Inokashira”.
Inokashira Street is running center of Shibuya and it’s very popular especially for young shopper. In my twenties’, I was hanging around there. At that time Shibuya-kei(Shibuya- music) was a great movement, which, in my opinion, is influenced by neo-acoustic.
SAMRAT is a popular, long running restaurant of Indian curry. Indian curry is regarded as an “original” curry in Japan. On the other hand, “Go Go Curry” next to SAMRAT is a Japanese style curry, and is so arranged(Actually it’s not my taste). If interested, try.
SONY NEX–5N + E 50mm F1.8 OSS
Date 2015/12/03 13:33:54
Exposure Time 1/800
F Number 1.8