Cold Day in Inokashira Park + Kichijoji

Since we had snow in Tokyo this Monday, the real winter finally arrived here.  Most of the snow has melted, but the temperature has still been cold.

I took a walk in Inokashiara Park around noon time today.

Hyotan-Ike Pond - the eastern edge of the pond.

A mother riding with a baby on a bicycle.

Dog walkers.

A river is formed at the bottom of the pond.

Bikes were parked - against the rule - in the park.

Water from Benten Pond being poured into the main pond.

The river of the three pictures above starts here.

Benten Pond.

Nanaibashi Bridge - can see the pillars.

The swan and row boat dock is of course empty.

The dried pond seen from Nanaibashi Bridge.  No bicycles this time.

The island that usually has herons - not today.

Nanaibashi-Dori Street.

The stores right in front of the station.

As usual, Satou, a minced cutlet store had a long queue.

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