Monday, May 14, 2007

The neo-futuristic pleasure boat


This pleasure boat for sightseeing is running Sumida River and good to see Tokyo from the other angle.

The design of this boat feels neo-futuristic a little because this was designed by a famous cartoonist, Reiji Matsumoto, famous for the works of "The Galaxy Express 999" and "Space Battleship Yamato". By the way, Daft Punk, French duo of House music, loves his work.

Why not "discover" the other side of Tokyo scenery getting on the boat??

5 Comments:

At 7:28 AM, Blogger RamblingRound said...

It looks like a spaceship on water!

 
At 8:46 PM, Blogger Emily Lin said...

Amazing boat! It must be great if we had a ride on that boat because we can see the scenery clearly from any angle, I suppose? :p

Ya, Macky. I've taken the beginning level of Japanese during my last semester in university. Interesting but I've forgotten some of them as I rarely speak.

 
At 8:14 PM, Blogger macky said...

Thanks for the comment!

ramblinground,
Yes, it look like a UFO floating on water.

emily lin,
If we get on the boat, the scenery doesn't change so much fast. So we can enjoy it very much.

I hear that the better way to keep your Japanese well is to have some Japanese friends, not speaking English at all. Plus, the best is to have a boy friend:-)) I hope your Japanese keeps well!

 
At 12:45 AM, Blogger Emily Lin said...

Hmm.. sounds pretty interesting. It has been some time since the last time I had a ride by boat.

Yea.. it's really great if I have some Japanese friends. But here in Malaysia I don't know any Japanese yet. So, it's even impossible to get a boy friend who's speaks Japanese :p
My good friend is majoring Japanese but we speak chinese with each other coz my japanese is bad..(just roughly speak the basic)
It's sarcastic if I told you I've got an A- in the exam. And now I've forgotten most of them :p

 
At 8:57 PM, Blogger macky said...

I think there are less Japanese in Malaysia... Yes, you may get A in the exam if I meet you:-))

 

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