The entrance way to the grand Kabukiza theater.
I wonder if these guys were getting paid extra to be out on the roof?
It was actually hard to get a clear photograph of the building. Too close and nothing fitted into the view finder. The other side of the road still appeared close but also brought the traffic into view.
Everyone trying to snap a picture before the building is knocked down to make way for an office tower.
Very nice decoration on the entrance way.
So many people have been to see Kabuki at this famous location, it will feel strange to them to see a new building take its place.
From this angle you can see more of the building, but the tree on the right is really blocking my view.
Nice some to see so many people in traditional Japanese clothing in this area. There were many kimono to be viewed.
As people walk past, many turn to take a look at the Kabukiza Theater.
An artist sketched the Kabukiza building for perhaps the last time.
Going about the work of painting without noticing people around him.
It was a busy day out with people enjoying the sights and sounds of Ginza.
Many people were lined up trying to get a reminder photo of what Kabukiza looked like before it disappears.
It seemed every man and his dog was out taking photos of Kabukiza today. Well, actually I dont think this is a dog. It is the official mascot for the Gunma-ken tourist board.
Kimonos on display in the Ginza.
One of the semi-underground tunnels that pass through the Ginza.
Looking back towards Higashi Ginza.
One of the main streets in the center of the Ginza.
The main street looking back towards Shinbashi.
Have you ever been to see Kabuki at this theater?
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