A slight misdirection in the Harajuku district led us to a Sunday morning flea market.
On the Sunday morning before catching the train to Narita Airport, Marianne and I returned to the Harajuku
district. I thought that I knew the way to Design Festa Gallery
, but my memory was faulty. From the train station, we walked north past Takeshita Dori
, and then east. When we started up a slight incline, I figured that we were in the wrong place, and should turn south. This led us through a residential area in Jingumae. The lane we had picked might permit the occasional car, but seemed mostly for pedestrians.
On this street was a large temple or church. Christian?
As we continued, we found a small torii, marking the entry to a common space or park.
Sunday morning seems to have been flea market day in this neighbourhood.
On the temporary tables, there was an assortment of pots. Continue reading “2009/03/01 Jingumae flea market, Takeshita dori, Tokyo“