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Sunday In The Banpaku Park

Barmoska • 3 minutes read • April 18th, 2016
Banpaku Koen is one of the favorite places of recreation for the citizens of


. Besides the large Museum of Natural History, great amount of sports playgrounds, ponds, lawns and other things, it is also known for its flea market. Last time I visited Banpaku sometime around New Year, when there is nothing especially to photograph (except the flea market).... This time I decided to go around it and look how people rest there.
The carp in the pond is lazily barraging along the bank, waiting for a good man with anything edible:

Yes, you can ride on the train:

The park has many streams of artificial origin:

There is a space for outdoor games:

Actually, some people do exactly that:

"Acorn pond" - and acorns really floated in the water:

Young man was trying to copy me, attracting carps with his finger:

But at the moment when it was about to bite him, he pulled his hand out of the water:

Such a convenient transportation:

Here's the children's slide. Someone puts off the footwear:

Thoughtful people are having rest near the stream:

And someone organized a picnic:

Here are taps with water:

Here's a bamboo grove:

And now a little of flea market:

Many people were glad to pose for me:

The sun was mercilessly hot. People are trying to hide:

Here are placers of everything:

People are negotiating:

Family Mart's staff is selling something, including something from the store:

This man sells a bunch of kimono:

And this is for anime lovers:
Author: Barmoska
Translated by: Gian Luka

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