02 May, 2014

Azalea Festival 2014 at Nezu Shrine

  Lee has already become 12 years old, as in human age he is in his 60's. Actually, he has some physical trouble related to aging, but fortunately, his legs back and bones are still perfect. Thanks Lee's father, Levin and mother, Noa, they had a strong bone structure. Thanks to you we can enjoy walking even now.
  Last Sunday, Lee and I took a long distance walking to Nezu Shrine, where the Azalea Festival has been held.
  So many people came to see Azalea from all around Tokyo. The old couple who asked me how to get to here was from Saitama prefecture.

  It was a warm and sunny day, the best day for walking.

... but Lee seemed to get tired a bit.
  Several years ago, it had taken about 45 min to get here, but this time it took over 1 hour with putting some short breaks.
  There's no hurry. You can walk at your pace. I love walking with you.

  The Azalea Festival will be held until 6th May, the last day of the "Golden week", Japanese holiday season.

  The other posting of Nezu Shrine's Azalea festival are here (20072011).
  The other season's scenery of Nezu Shrine are here. (February, December300 anniversary )

  Please click to see the map of Nezu Shrine (Google Map)

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Anonymous Jason said...

Hi Shigeharu!

Nice to see you posting again!

5/5/14 09:29  
Blogger Shige_d said...


Thank you for coming! I'm glad to hear from you.


5/5/14 19:57  

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