Yoyogi Park

Happy November!

Every year, when November comes, I begin to start thinking about how the good ol’ Wisconsin long, dark, and cold winters are coming our way. However, so far, our November has been pretty warm, and maybe, just maybe, our winter won’t be too long, too cold, or too dark. 😉

Just thinking about winter makes me feel cold. 😦 That’s why this week I wanted to post some photos from my trip to Japan in 2015. I LOVE being outdoors and enjoying the tranquility and beauty of nature. When I was in Japan, I went to Shibuya and got to visit Yoyogi park on a beautiful, warm day. ❤

Here are some photos from my trip to Yoyogi Park:

Look at the bright blue sky in this photo! 🙂 There was a very neat clock tower at the entrance of the park.


I didn’t know what event was occurring at the park that day, but there were tents being set up for some event. In this photo, you can see some very beautiful architecture amidst beautiful trees and against a beautiful bright blue sky backdrop. 🙂


I’m not sure if this graffiti was appreciated, but I thought it was beautiful. 😀


I thought this tree was absolutely stunning (and also perfect for Halloween! 😉 )!


The park was just filled with rows and rows of beautiful, bright green trees! 🙂


There were small ponds with water fountains throughout the park. They were just gorgeous! ❤


I hope you enjoyed some photos from my trip to Yoyogi Park.

If you want to check out other photos from my trip to Japan, you can check out photos from Tokyo Disneyland, here, Ochanomizu Music Instrument Avenue, here, the Sunshine Aquarium, here, Akihabara, here, Naritasan Shinshoji Temple, here, my trip to the Meiji Shrine, here, Tokyo Tower, here, and Tokyo Wan Kannon, here.

Enjoy the warm November weather while it lasts! 😀

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