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110420_WMM2122 12th April

Liquor Shop

Ogikubo, Tokyo

One of the remaining old buildings in the area.
Slowly they are all being replaced with modern houses, but these old ones are more interesting.

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George McCarten02-Aug-2020 11:18
This is quite an intriguing structure. Love the linearity in the various sections of vertical and horizontal lines. It does look convincingly retired, but one never knows . .
Ton T.14-Apr-2020 10:18
Amazing find Bill! A liquor shop mainly built of rusty corrugated sheets... V
Nirvan Hope14-Apr-2020 00:15
Interesting. Too bad it can't be renovated to its original state.
Stephanie13-Apr-2020 23:03
Very interesting building, though I can't imagine living or working there...
Don Mottershead13-Apr-2020 17:17
Very interesting indeed. The soft light really brings out the character of this building. V
Johnny JAG13-Apr-2020 16:45
It looks a bit home made.
David Buzzeo13-Apr-2020 15:27
Given my age I am partial to older things. I agree, they often do not get the respect they deserve. V
bill friedlander13-Apr-2020 15:15
There is interest everywhere in this building. v
Walter Otto Koenig13-Apr-2020 14:50
Definitely more interesting than the new. Fascinating to see. "V"
Helen Betts13-Apr-2020 12:52
Interesting that they have a sign in English out in Ogikubo!
Neil Marcus13-Apr-2020 10:18
The use of the fan is different and the use of what loos like sheet metal siding. It certainly is interesting. "V"
Alan K13-Apr-2020 09:40
They aaaarrreee... but I can't help feeling that you really don't want to know what's being brewed in the bath tubs out the back here.
Or how.
Or what the bath tubs look like.
danad13-Apr-2020 07:40
You are right ! With some restorations it could have been a nice old house to preserved. V.
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