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Meiji-Jingu gaien

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People walk under the gingko trees in Meiji-Jingu Gaien in Tokyo's Aoyama district.

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Photography point: NIL, if they are following Aso's health-care advice i may give them 1+ point.

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Is that photo taken with one of those nifty shoe cameras? I hear you can get some pretty interesting angles...

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These trees can really stink at times. A very unpleasant smell for sure.

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omosiroi kana!!!

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Dad: Ah Takakun look at the trees.

Son: Dad who are those people in the blue tents?

Dad: What people? There are no people. Look at the pretty trees.

Son: No, dad. Those people there, look.

Dad: Takakun, there are no people understand.

Son: Ahhh, the hone - tatmae thing.

Dad: Exactly, look at the pretty trees.

Son: Soudesu ne. Kirei desu.

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looks real purdy but absolutely stinks walking along there, like a dead thing

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These trees can really stink at times. A very unpleasant smell for sure.

Yes, seeds of ginkgo stink. But, those called ginnan are yummy.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g3HzuEQpyX0

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Ah Takakun look at the trees.

I must be tired, I read that as 'Takuan':-)I might just be hungry ;-)

Beautiful color! I am going to try and catch the last of the foliage here in the Kobe area tomorrow.

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The trees look nice, though I wonder how they got a pic from that angle

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