I’m always interested in street art for the surprises they bring. I’ve come back to Australia after some times, staying at the same hotel I did last time. And surprisingly, I found a very interesting sculpture on my way from the office back to my hotel. Didn’t know how could I miss it before or was it a newly erected one? Anyway, it was funny that I was so hungry and saw huge noodles flying up in the sky right before my eyes.
I went by this sculpture on my way to a meeting with some friends. They were all saying how cute those lovely birds were. But seriously, how could they think a giant bird with burning eyes staring at you cute? Maybe I’m an oddball here but that was what I’d call scary.
Don’t just look up, sometimes amazing things lie right at your feet.
My zodiac sign on the yard.
I walked past it a few times yet never noticed this yard had zodiac signs tile decoration on it.
Normally, I’d love the real things better than artificial ones. But this time, I had other opinion.
A really beautiful sculpture made of stainless steel by Filipino sculptor Rey Paz Contreras in 1997.
Even its nameplate deserved a mention.
It always brings the warmth, the sight of marketplace when Christmas is near.
On my way to the appointment, I spotted this one in Ginza, mischievous Eros was waiting for his victim.
Too bad I was in a hurry so I couldn’t stop and take another photo of him with bow and arrows from the other side.
The appointment ended successfully, going out of the office building, I had a glance of the cafeteria, and this one caught my eyes. Before my trip to Japan, I had read many travel blogs, JBRs and reviews so I knew Japan had the plastic food sample culture and what to expect out of it. But seriously, this one was inedible? It looked so realistic and delicious.