Saturday, October 27, 2007

After the typhoon has passed through Tokyo

The middle-sized typhoon attacked Tokyo through today's morning to evening. Fortunately, it didn't damage Tokyo so much because it passed over Tokyo very quickly.

On my way home from work, I often saw such broken cheap unmbrellas left on the trimmed low shrubberies along the streets. Typhoon often attacks Japan, especially from June to October and such umbrellas are very common in Tokyo.


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At 8:35 PM, Anonymous abraxis said...

Yeah, the Y300 umbrellas.

Although I did see umbrella carcasses every now and then in Tokyo, what I did see more of was bunches of umbrellas hanging off of gates at JR stations.

Of course, you'd not see that here in the US. Someone would take them and sell them for US$10 when it began to rain again...


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