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News from the Townsley/Davis family in Tokyo
Monday, July 6, 2009
Tako means both kite and octopus. Yoyogi is the name of the park (koen) that we will be living next to in Tokyo. We'll see if we ever fly a kite!
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What People Do in Yoyogi Park
2. Stretch. Usually in the early morning, mostly people over the age of 40.
3. Sing. Sing standing up and quite boldly.
4. Jazz jam.
5. Play rugby
6. Dress up like Elvis or in 1950's attire.
7. Dress up like Elvis or in 1950's attire and dance in 50's style. (# 6 and 7 ocurr every weekend.)
8. Put a glowing flashing collar on your dog and have your dog chase a glowing ball (an after dark activity).
9. Tap dance. I only saw this once. The person carted in a 3'x3' piece of flooring, put it under a tree and tapped away.
10. Hula Hoop.
11. Practice with your string quartet.
12. Live. There are a lot of homeless people who live in Yoyogi Park.
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Yoyogi park from the Hyatt