At least for now.
Stone owl and either a salamander or a lizard found along the walk-way. I don't know who carved these but they are rather nice. It's very common to find artwork in public places in Tokyo.
It's also nice to see more traditional architecture alongside contemporary buildings. These buildings are part of a cemetery.
A different photo of the wonderful bridge across the dry creek.
This woman was working on a drawing. Just beyond her was a man playing saxophone. I felt like I was having a Tokyo Times moment.
Just a few feet away were a lot of photographers taking photos of a couple of models. They filled the stream bed. It was amusing.
Something I did not know about is the hill that rises behind these photographers is actually one of the large burial mounds in Japan. This one is Maruyama-Kofun. They do not know who it was for or able to pin down a date for it.
And a bit more ginkgo because it's quite lovely to see sunlight through the leaves. They really do stand out.