Summer memory

For me, travel is a part of life, but it is not easy to bring that person in the journey into everyday life. Escape the red and bitter sea, take another “I” on the road, return to the original point, and then wave easily with the days that I can’t go, and move on. Although it has some unfamiliar ingredients, and I want to be purely loved, I will go without fear, and I will not return.

I went to Japan several times in the summer. The first time I went to Tokyo and Kyoto, I was in a whim, there was no strategy, no plan, everything was absolutely simple. With only one film camera and five roll negatives, there are very few shots. After years of filtering and precipitation, even those specific details can’t be remembered, but the smells, colors and senses in those scenes always come to life on a wet night.

There is probably no place in the world that is more suitable for film than Japan. The rich and fascinating film color, this is only “one time”. At this moment, the meaning of one session will be like the youthful taste of summer, want to keep it strong. In summer, that is the best time.

Wind memory

It is very strange that the trips are obviously popular in Japan, and the tourists are endless, but the summer in memory is extremely quiet, vast and lonely. The loneliness here is certainly not a derogatory term. It is a journey of conversation with oneself.

Pushing the door of the dusty memory, all the “wind” is left, and everything is slightly tilted in the same direction in the wind. Actually, I don’t want to see the world. I just want to find a strange place to take a good look at myself and want to stay alone in a quiet landscape.

Going to the park for a walk is a serious matter.

In addition to the cherry blossom season in spring, the Ueno Park in summer is full of greenery and is worth visiting. Ueno Park is the first park in Japan and the largest park in Tokyo. Its name is not only beautiful in scenery, but also in ancient history and humanity. Before the construction of Ueno Park in 1873, many buildings and landscapes existed in the park. The park is also a prestigious place to play in the Edo area. There are also many excellent museums in Japan.

Then go for a walk in the park, let me sorrow, and let me be happy. Looking at the lotus flower that couldn’t bear the bloom in the pool, it seems that the shackles in the heart disappeared with the wind in the pool.

Ueno Park is located in Tokyo like Central Park in New York. The beautiful Ueno Park is an oasis among the lively international cities. Take a leisurely stroll and experience the natural beauty and culture of this urban park. The greenery is quiet, the sun shines from the cracks, and the trees are mottled. Continue to stroll through the gardens in the scorching sun. From the subway station Otemachi, it is the royal garden, and the east side is open to the public free of charge. When I met some of the pines that were trimmed in the park, they brought a little bit of movement in one move.

Only Kichijoji is the street you want to live in?

Yes! Kichijoji is a living and commercial center in the northwestern suburbs of Tokyo. “Tokyo Walker” has been selected as the “best place to live in the neighborhood” since 1998. Kichijoji has been in the first place since 2005. There is a sightseeing landmark, the Head of the Garden, the Sanying Ghibli Art Museum, and an embarrassing residential street and a sightseeing street suitable for walking.

The random mix of the streets of Kichijoji and the right sense of staggering may be the greatest charm of Kichijoji. The reason for going to the Three Eagles was that I wanted to go to the Ghibli Gallery, but I didn’t book it in advance. I couldn’t buy tickets for nearly three or four days, but I really didn’t do anything in Tokyo, so I decided to go to Jingzhitou Park. visit. There is an episode here. When I walked in the park, I met a Japanese boy who was filming TV on TV. He nervously communicated with me in a lame English. I walked on the wooden bridge on the lake and walked three times from the shore to the other side. And what specific program I have long remembered…

When I was hanging around by the lake, I saw a pair of old couples resting on the wooden chairs in Guanhu. I couldn’t help but think in my heart: “It’s so good.”

Take the train to the legendary Shonan Coast

Take the train to the legendary Shonan coast. I can’t remember the details. There are only a few pieces in my mind.

Enoshima Electric Railway is a century-long train between Kamakura and Fujisawa, parallel to the coastline. The train travels along the sea and the houses, and the train is an emotional carrier whether or not it is returned.

Here you can also see the slam dunk in the slam dunk high-handed cherry tree flower road, which is a fate crossing. After passing through the block on the Katsura Coast, you will enter Enoshima. Enoshima is a landline island connected to the mainland through a sandbar. In addition to the lighthouses that can be seen from a distance, the island also has a botanical garden, a shrine built on natural caves, and a shrine dedicated to the goddess of the sea. You can also look at Mount Fuji on a clear day.

Although the hydrangea has been full of seasons, the breeze is faintly fascinating.

The “Lover of Lovers” hidden in the deep waters of Enoshima Bay is said to be based on the legendary story of the legendary goddess and the five-headed dragon. The barbed wire pulled around the “Dragon Love Bell” was shackled by the lovers, and it was a symbol of love and vows. Walking through here, you can see the observatory on the top of Enoshima overlooking the endless sea and the white sails. Full of trees and flowers, the coastline female students are in the eye, and the insufficiency of the Shonan sea breeze, some feelings are destined only related to youth.

More beautiful the night

The sky is getting darker, the sky is gradually changing from azure to black, and the neon of Tokyo in the night is flashing, and it is full of bustling and lively metropolis. After eating the roast meat, drinking the sake, go to the ramen shop and find a seat to sit down. Leisurely, I am satisfied with the possession of the moment.

There is a song sings, the world is getting more and more beautiful at night, and the world is getting more beautiful and mysterious. I am only fascinated by you tonight. I also recorded some moments that belong only to the night.

On the last night of Tokyo, I suddenly wanted to go to the Tokyo Tower and take JR to Hamamatsucho. After I left the station, I could see the tower on the open platform. The Tokyo Tower at night was always charming and charming. I walked on the wedge shoes. The feet of the sky began to protest at this time, and the tower was in sight, but there was no strength to walk through this quarter of an hour.

If you want to enjoy the night in Tokyo, this is a good viewing platform. I sat along the side of the stage for a long time. I watched the crowds rushing and enjoying the calm of the moment, and now I was busy and gathered together to smoke. Office workers, the pedestrians on the road are bustling, and the red tower in the distance comforts my soul.

At the Tokyo Tower, I looked at it for the first time, watching the lights imitating, falling stars, but I don’t need to arrive.

The beauty of the ancient capital

Take the Shinkansen from Tokyo to Kyoto.

Kyoto was formerly known as Ping An, and since the end of Nara’s move to the capital of Beijing, this is the era of the last non-shogunate in ancient Japan. In the novels and anime works, the song and dance life of this era, there is a romantic love of the wind and snow, elegant and flashy life. Traveling through this ancient city of the millennium, there are often times when I don’t know what to do on the eve of this evening. On the clean stone road, I always give birth to some shackles, as if I was in the clean and dustless era of the Heian era.

Kyoto still maintains a strong ancient capital style, as long as it is in it, it will be touched by such gentle, empty, exquisite and simple, sly and deep charming atmosphere, shrines and temples, quaint wooden buildings and quiet courtyards, each In the streets and lanes, every inch of vegetation and objects, as long as you are in it, you can feel the taste of these history when you walk around. It seems to return to the peaceful Beijing that was thousands of years ago. Here, time becomes soft and you will unconsciously want to slow down.

My favorite twilight time, the light turns from a color-temperature neutral incandescent to a rich orange-yellow tone, which falls on the body. The students were out of school. They were wearing Japanese school uniforms, carrying black bags, and the golden gentle light wrapped up everyone, things, and things. The streets here can also be seen everywhere in a woman wearing a bathrobe or kimono, hair picked up, bring their own gentle, stepping on the raft with time and slowly.

Strolling in Kamogawa

The river is the soul of a city, and the source of Kyoto is in Kamogawa.

Kamogawa is a 31-kilometer-long river flowing through the central part of Kyoto. From ancient times, residents lived on both sides of the river. It is a place where Kyoto people are small, and the scenery of the river is the background of daily life in Kyoto. Strolling from the bustling garden to the banks of the Kamogawa River, it is deep and lively, yet open and quiet, bringing the beauty of the wind to the bleak beauty. The weeping willows on both sides of the river are blowing in the wind, the river is shallow, and it flows quietly on the side. No, no disease, nourish and nourish this ancient city of the millennium.

In the midsummer, the sky is light blue and white clouds are leisurely, the children are playing in the river, the river is clear and transparent, and the sand at the bottom of the river is clearly visible. Under the light, the river glowed with golden light, and the breeze from time to time gently soothed the willows on the shore.

At night, the Kamogawa River is also full of colorful light.

Walking through the Kamogawa River, looking at the end of the river, you can’t help but feel that in the vast historical rivers, the world’s various walks of life will turn into little ripples, rushing in the turbulent water until the calm.

Unconsciously, when it comes to saying goodbye, life is a journey of constant farewell.