The Yamanote-sen (山手線) is a loop line. Technically, it's still part of the regular Japan Railway network, but it's one of Tokyo's busiest metro lines.
For some reasons, it's written 山手 (yama-te = mountain hand) and not 山の手 (yama-no-te).
Today's destination is the Old Iwabuchi Watergate (旧岩淵水門) along the Arakawa River (荒川).
Looks like the base of a 1970's robot #anime series.
@pla It's supposed to be a remake of a GBike, but nobody has ever seen a GBike in Tokyo so I'm getting all sorts of reactions, including an entire sport team passing while yelling "kawaii!" (cute!) and laughing 😅
I had almost completely lost interest in photography, until I realized that photos can be used to share an experience. Combining photos and toots to tell a story seems incredibly expressive, and allows anyone to jump in and take the thread in a new direction.
@Gargron, I'm not sure whether this UX was deliberately designed or is simply an emergent property, but... my respects for creating it 👏
That's unbelievable: this trash
from my country spread all over Latin America in the '60s and 70's where it was known as "fotonovela":
@Gargron, let's make "tootnovelas" and go viral!
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