Wednesday, August 29, 2012


Two paintings on facing buildings flanking a parking lot near the Tenmonkan shopping center.  The first one reads "I am Nana-mi, but they call me Shichi-mi".

The second is "I am Kohji, and what is your name?"  "Traditional and dignified old street.  This birthplace of the original culture teaches our minds what is important over generations."  This building houses a tailor shop, so the signs may have been created as advertising for it.

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