7 responses to “A Park in Tokyo

    • Yes, you’ve had those earthquakes over there. I’m not from a country that has earthquakes so I don’t know if my first instinct would be to evacuate to a park… I don’t really know what I’d do, actually. But it makes sense. I guess those buildings aren’t safe then. What I loved about this park, and the others we visited, was how urban and natural were happily coexisting side by side. Huge, peaceful parks in the middle of a huge, busy city! ๐Ÿ™‚

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