Tokyo's Nihonbashi area lit up cherry pink

posted on March 21, 2016

A business association in Tokyo's Nihonbashi district is getting ready for cherry blossom season by decorating the area with pink lights.

The Mitsui Main Building, a designated important national cultural asset, and nearby streets are illuminated in the evening. Some streets are decorated with 100 lanterns and paper strips.

On Thursday, a kimono-clad woman sitting in a rickshaw posed for photos at a gathering.

source by nhk
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