On our first afternoon in Tokyo, I remember being quite disappointed. It all seemed rather, well, normal. I was expecting Japan to be different. But the closer we looked, the more different things became, and there were very many times we had to ask for sign language explanations of what we were seeing. Some things simply remained mysterious.
One of the things I liked most about Japan was the order in everything. Shop displays, gardens, railway stations, even forests, were incredibly neat and tidy and laid out with minute attention to detail. The repetitive rhythms made for interesting photos.
So can you guess what the photos are of? To make it more interesting, I’m going to give a prize to the first person who gets them all right. Yes, you heard me, a prize. I haven’t decided what yet. Maybe a packet of wotsits. So get guessing.
This post is for the Gallery who’s prompt this week is ‘Can you see what it is yet?‘