Once a week, I go to Machida city in Tokyo. Machida has its own set of manhole covers which I took pictures of in the late evening. So, these pictures are a bit dark.
The first manhole cover is for rain water. The design is of a tree, which I assume is Machida’s tree, the Japanese zelkova.
The other manhole cover is for the sewer. This one has what appears to be a flower, and I believe it’s Machida’s city flower, the Scarlet Sage.
I’ll be checking out more manhole covers when I can. Unfortunately, Yokohama’s manhole covers aren’t very special.