Upršaný prvý deň v Tokiu / First day in Tokyo

Upršaný prvý deň v Tokiu

EN: Rinshinomorikuen is a little park not far away from my home close to the Musashi-Koyama station (in the area called Koyamadai). Even though it was raining, I didn’t want to spend my entire first day in Japan sitting on my butt in front of my laptop, therefore I decided to take my camera and explore the close surroundings. I arrived to Japan in the middle of March, so the trees were still without leaves and the park looked a bit gloomy. I visited the local Shinto shrine, took some pics and since the rain was quite heavy and I was having a jetlag, I decided to return back home.

SK: Rinshinomorikuen je malý park, ktorý sa nachádzal v blízkosti môjho domu v oblasti neďaleko stanice Musashi-Koyama (časť Tokia s názvom Koyamadai). Keďže som v prvý deň v takpovediac novom svete nechcel presedieť pri počítači, aj napriek dažďu som sa vybral na prechádzku s fotoaparátom. Keďže môj príchod do Japonska bol naplánovaný na osemnásteho marca, na stromoch ešte nebolo lístie a park preto vyzeral dosť ponuro. Pozrel som sa aj do lokálnej svätyne a vybral som sa späť domov, pretože jetlag ma začal premáhať.

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