Sagamihara Park(相模原公園) is a haven of tranquility for citizens.
Let’s go up this tower!
Oh, Big Foot!! When I was there just before, I didn’t notice.
Let’s go this way!
What’s this flower’s name?
From the opposite side.
Looks like a building in the world of Ghibli! I went up this tower as well. In Japan, we say « Fools and smoke love heights. »
After that, I headed to an iris garden.
It’s not in the season yet.
A few of early bird irises blooms, but look like dying. An Iris looks good in rain.
After that, I headed to Joshibi University of Art and Design next to this park. It’s an all-girls’ school. My alma mater is almost an all-boys’ school. Totally Opposite! I entered into this school. I thought somebody would warn me. Cold sweat run down my back. Unexpectedly, nobody paid attention to me. Am I air? Am I not seen as a human? Am I seen as a creature not worthy seeing? Anyway, I put my camera into my baggage not to be seen as a pervert.
I chose a seat at the edge of the cafeteria to feel at ease. This is the only picture.
Picture Menu(Lunch: 390 yen)
- Hamburger Steak & Poached Egg & Shrimp Salad & Wedge of Tomato
- Miso Soup
As I put my camera into my baggage, I didn’t take any pictures of works at this school. Instead, I took pictures of works by this school graduates at Sagamihara Park.
Umm, what does the designer want to say?
I can hear Darth Vader theme.
I feel apocalyptic.
Umm, all works look mechanical or manly or bleak.
Are all these works designed by girls?
At last, I went through a path known to those in the know.
Stream. Have a nice day!
Joshibi University of Art and Design(Japanese):
Mon-Sat: Maybe 11:00AM – 2:00PM
JR Sagami Line(相模線)
15 minutes walk from Harataima Station(原当麻駅)