We were on a short business trip to Nagoya last weekend, and Saturday dawned cool and clear.
A perfect morning for a stroll on the city's long, wide boulevards.
The population density in Nagoya is unlike any other Japanese city, except perhaps Sapporo.
It made for great photo taking as you did not have to worry about pedestrians, cyclists, or cars mowing you down - which is often the case in the rest of Japan.
In the Sakae section of the city, a short ride on the subway from Nagoya Station, we heard the clanking of a window washer overhead.
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