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Snow post

Snow post

Winter in Tokyo passed for me almost unnoticed. I miraculously managed without warmed shoes and down jackets. For the Japanese, this is the cold season, although it is not always obvious from them: on the streets there were people in the corners, all wrapped-rewound, and individuals who preferred ballet shoes or rubber slippers to their feet. Pupils here generally all winter with bare feet walk.
The coldest, as well as last year, for me was February. The cold of this month is such that it picks up to the bone. You seem to come out - the sun, even the wind is almost gone, but you walk a little, and the tooth does not hit the tooth.

About a week ago, 2 or 3, I woke up on Saturday, looked out of the window, and there was a blizzard. At breakfast the snow intensified, and it became clear that he was not going to melt. L. was slightly cold (only slightly), I left him at home with a full fridge of food and promises to drink hot tea, and I myself gathered to photograph the winter. I went to Shinjuku Park.

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