Yokohama Station under covers

Where did Yokohama Station go?  It’s under some kind of cover.  Is it getting a renovation like Tokyo Station?  No way.  Yokohama Station isn’t that historic.  The original Yokohama Station is actually Sakuragicho Station now.  What they’re most likely doing is cleaning the outside of the building.  In Japan, when buildings are being cleaned, they put up scaffolding and hide the entire thing in a green or blue fabric.

Sorry about my finger getting in the way.  It was a very windy day and hard to hold my phone.

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A fuzzy blob is coming down to destroy Yokohama Station! Oh, that’s just my finger.

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Filed under Japan, Kanagawa, Nishi-ku, Yokohama

2 responses to “Yokohama Station under covers

  1. I miss that station 😦 There is so much of a difference between Japan and Germany when it comes to keeping things clean. Also vvery time I see the road markings, even in this photo, it looks like it has been done yesterday.

    • It seems that in central areas, hey keep the lines looking fresh. Probably because it’s so busy and they’re needed for safety reasons. But near my home, the lines are often faded.

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