Hibiya Park Walk

This afternoon, I had half an hour idle time in central Tokyo - took a stroll in Hibiya Park.

It was sunny, but air was cold and crisp.

A replica of the Liberty Bell of Philadelphia.

The explanation plate says that this was a gift from an anonymous group in America to the people of Japan to spread the joy of freedom. It is dated October, 1952.

Tsuru no Funsui (Crane Fountain) Pond - the object in the middle of the pond is in shape of a Japanese crane (bird).

A horse watering tank (or station) that was actually used in olden days.

A fountain of Kamome (Seagull) Square - at the corner of Nishi Saiwai Mon intersection.

Leonard Da Vince Museum, a temporary exhibition in the park will be open until February 20.

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