The stunning and serene Hibiya Park was designed and constructed as the first westernized urban-style park in Japan. It opened to the public in 1903, and celebrated its 100th anniversary in 2003.
Journey of parenthood, street photography in Tokyo, Japan © Jojie Alcantara
The famous Shibuya Crossing is a very large pedestrian area outside Shibuya Station, considered to be one of the busiest in the world. The Shibuya Scramble, as it is popularly called, is a must-try in your bucket list when you visit Tokyo.
There is no such thing as fashion overstatement, being out of style, underdressed or over the top in Takeshita Shopping Street (Takeshita-Dori),
D’ Japanese Tunnel in Davao After World War II, the legend of the Yamashita treasure seduced many treasure hunters to Davao, particularly in Mintal, Tugbok District (now declared as the Japanese Heritage Site of the City), where hiding places for the war loots were supposedly buried deep underground within numerous foxholes and crisscrossing tunnels built by soldiers and prisoners of war.
RELOAD, REFRESH, RESTART 004 – It’s what we do in our computers. If all else fails, REFORMAT. Meanwhile, here are 30 seconds of your life wasted, but you won’t notice. Take a break and have some noodles in your…uh, skeletal system!
RELOAD, REFRESH, RESTART 001 – It’s what we do in our computers. If all else fails, REFORMAT. Meanwhile, here is 1 minute and 20 seconds of your life wasted, but you won’t notice. Give ourselves a break. These women did. I don’t understand it, either, but never give up!
Candles and prayers for the victims of the recent earthquake and tsunami in Japan. May we all rise above this ordeal and recover in faith, love and support. Jojie Alcantara