Feeling full and happy we walked towards Harumi. All of the land here is reclaimed. I expected it to be more warehouse-like. I have been through this area before, mostly on a motor bike or going out to eat monja (more on that later), but I was surprised to see so much gentrification - many upmarket highrise among the industrial areas. It's walking distance to Ginza, which makes it easily gentrifiable.
Crossing from Tsukiji area - the silver moon on the aparment
building had me thinking it was a love hotel, but actually just an
|Dredging I think, on the Sumidagawa (river)|
|A little house on a canal next to the Sumida gawa.|
Let's make a town (suburb) with no terrorists.
Can't disagree with that, though I wonder how effective it would
be in deterring committed terrorists....
It seems like a seriously DINK area. Very double good income.
This is a gym
|A car park with more than usual foliage|
|A very hazy look at the Rainbow Bridge from Harumi|
A MAFF (ministry of ag. forestry & fishing ship) docked at Harumi.
Off limits to the public it probably spends its time chasing the
Sea Shephard when not in port.
It seems like whaling ships dock here
|In front of Harumi Pier|
Looking out on a hazy view from the Harumi Passenger Terminal - towards
|Harumi Pier Park from the obsevation deck|
|A ship from the Korean Maritime University in port.|