On Saturday I noticed some posters for an African Festival that included a street performance by African musicians. So, back to Yokohama I went and walked over to Nihon Odori to catch the performance; and I'm glad I did - these guys were great!
The crowd was really getting into the music.
The lead singer gets everyone clapping to the music.
Well, I guess not everyone was into the music.
After the street performance by the Africans, Another performance started up just a block away in front of "The King". Traditional Japanese drum and flute players.
Enter the flute player.
This guy was really beating his drum.
After the drum performance was over I skipped over to Yamashita park to enjoy walking along the seaside.
We are the champions!
Quite a crowd here today.
She's explaining the two rules of a good marriage: (1) The wife is always right. (2) When in doubt, refer to rule number 1.
Hey! The Love Boat is moored at Osan Bashi.
These big fellows were getting a lot of attention.
Crouching Lion, hidden Grandmother.
OK, it's time for a refreshment so I went to a little open air stand bar in Hinodecho.
After tossing down a draft beer it was time to go home and leave my fellow drinkers to their TV show.
Thanks for stopping by!