I usually judge my “amazement” temperature by the number of photos I’m inspired to take. A trip to Japan usually means hundreds and hundreds of snapshots. Thank God for digital.
The wonders of this remarkable city began appearing soon after we left our hotel. In looking over my stash of photos from the day, I thought it might be best to do a chronological rerun of our day in Tokyo, beginning at the reasonable hour of 10:30 AM when the National Art Center opened its doors. No pictures taken of my 4:30 AM awakening.
A Day in the Life of a Tokyo Visitor
10:45 Yayoi Kusama retrospective, My Eternal Soul, at the National ArtCenter. Just a short walk from our hotel to arrive at this display of fabulousness in this large architectural gallery displaying the investment in the arts that Japan understands as essential! Weather: sunny but windy. Spirits: high.
The approach to the building features trees whose trunks are wrapped for the show, setting the mood perfectly. Continue reading “Just Another Day in Tokyo”