On our trip back from America, we passed through Tokyo, so we went to Tokyo’s famous Ueno Zoo, which is located in Ueno Park.
I had a panda bento. Yeah, I couldn’t resist!
Little American Prairie Dog, a foreigner in Japan like me
Ueno Park has several wonderful museums. When we were leaving, I saw a sign advertising an exhibit which was was showing old Japanese paintings….of ghosts! I was intrigued. However, we were both really hot and tired by that point, so we didn’t go.
It’s probably a good thing. I was looking at the exhibit’s brochure, and I think my son would have been scared and would NOT have enjoyed it.
Speaking of exhibits, there is a Trick Art Exhibit at the Fukushima City Bunka Center (Culture Center) until September 27th. It’s really a lot of fun, especially with kids. Don’t forget your camera!
This is NOT my son. He is a painting and therefore not real, except in some alternate dimension where paintings are alive.
This is not my son nor my husband. Again just a painting.
If Trick Art comes to your area, be sure and see it!