Working my way through Yoshida-cho.
The fountain in Yokohama Koen (Park) in front of the Stadium.
It won't be long before the leaves in the park will start to change color.
Welcome to China Town!
There are so many signs and menus in front of the restaurants it's like running an obstacle course.
Not to mention the kamikaze pilots on the motor scooters.
But, it's all good, everyone just goes with the flow.
A visit to the temple in China Town is a must.
These intricate stone carvings beg to have their picture taken.
Because of the f.95 aperture I can take indoor pictures hand held without a flash.
A parting shot and time to move on.
The Port Memorial Hall's stain glass window is another example of the benefit of such a fast lens.
Along the way by the Kanagawa Prefectural Government building
Meet Nicki and Nicole they're always hanging out in Bashamichi.
Passing back through Yoshida-cho
And, crossing over the bridge that leads to Noge.
A lantern in front of a Yakitori shop.
Inside looking out.
The famous and historical "Chigusa" Jazz bar/coffee shop.
"Two of Us"
One of us.
Outside looking in!
Noge is always interesting for me.
All aboard! And, hang on, we're takin' the A-train home.
It was a fun day for walking around with just one camera and one lens.
Thanks for stopping by!