Friday, December 18, 2009

Japanese suburbia

suburbs, the same the world over:

13 comments:

sixmats said...

I'm sure if you went at the right time, all of the houses would have laundry drying outside.

Björg Nina said...

Heisann !Japan? Could be my neighborhood!
Krakeroy, Fredrikstad, Norway!

utsunomiyadailyphoto said...

During summer, yeah. In winter - not so much. These houses are right next to a laundromat. :)

Guy D said...

Very unique look into your world, it ain't much different than most suburbs for sure. Thanks for sharing.

All the best :)
Guy
Regina In Pictures

hetty said...

It is interesting for me to see what Japanese suburbia looks like.

luna miranda said...

thanks for sharing a glimpse of suburban Japan. enjoy SWF!

ann chin said...

In Malaysia and Singapore, people hang their laundry in their balcony. Here in Auckland most houses have a rotary clothes drier.
http://annkschin.blogspot.com/2008/12/rotary-clothes-dryer.html

Mr. Leif Hagen said...

Except we don't have pretty bonsai trees in our yards!

Lly said...

Nice photo. Looks peaceful.

Eaglesbrother said...

Nice in a different point of View...sky is nice too.
Don't you just wish they had a feature in Photo editing that would take out all the wires for you?...lol

utsunomiyadailyphoto said...

yeah, but if I took the wires away, then it wouldn't be Japan. :)

Eileen said...

Thanks for sharing your suburbia. Happy skywatching.

Björg Nina said...

Heisann !Japan? Could be my neighborhood!
Krakeroy, Fredrikstad, Norway!

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