Tachikawa - Pedestrian overpass / 立川駅北口歩道橋
A short trip to Tokyo, spring 2013.
A large pedestrian overpass that encircles the entire intersection down below, at Tachikawa Station (north).
Some of the biggest intersections in Tokyo have these long, round-ish pedestrian overpasses and I do enjoy walking on them because they often offer a nice view of the intersection below but are also convenient for getting to the other side without waiting.
360度パノラマ 立川駅 歩道橋
Showing the brilliant street illumination for winter.
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