Ages ago, after our archery lesson, we headed to the Shibuya Train Station to catch the last day of an exhibit about the train station. As I love train stations, and Don loves all things architecture (for the most part!), we had fun exploring the exhibit – and exploring the massive two-mall-&-one-fancy-hotel complex that is also part of the Shibuya Train Station, in the over-an-hour it took us to actually find the gallery in the museum.
On the way, we also passed the famous and powerful Taro Okamoto mural, “The Myth of Tomorrow,” which hangs prominently in the station (we pass it every time we go through Shibuya, as it is placed very centrally – unlike the little gallery where we finally found the train station exhibit. But this time I snapped a picture.)