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Sunday, 20 November 2005
Meiji Jingu Gaien
This year trees are taking more time to change their colors because of the warm temperature.

This is the street outside Meiji Jingu (Meiji Shrine) and one of the spots where you can see colored trees in fall. The street is about 300 meters long and there are 146 gingko trees.

The trees are not quite yellow yet, but they are still beautiful. Next month will be the best time to see them.

Please click here to see more pictures.

When we were walking around Omotesando shopping district, we found a little wooden Christmas tree that you can assemble. Since Mana started practicing a few Christmas songs at school, she is really interested in Christmasy things. As soon as we got this little tree, Mana started saying "Let's go home" because she wanted to put it together. So we stopped by a cafe and let her do it there. Wow! This is a good toy to keep Mana busy.

Mana's Chrismasy feeling kept going even in the subway train on the way home. She was singing;

Happy Birthday to Santa Claus
Happy Birthday to Santa Claus
Happy Birthday dear Snata Claus
Happy Birthday to Santa Claus

Posted by skmstarosta at 12:01 AM JST
Updated: Monday, 28 November 2005 10:33 PM JST
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