Wednesday, June 10, 2009

Japan's Angkor

Angkor III, one of the Angkor pachinko parlors in Saijo. It is always like this, colorful banners, dramatic anime and plastic flowers.


Bath Daily Photo Blog said...

Hi Henny, we've nominated you for a Lovely Blog Award, please visit our blog to collect it! Well done! love Emma and Tom

meretnature said...

J'aime beaucoup ces affiches un peu agressives dans un tel lieu!! bonne soirée

nobu said...

Hanano Keiji!!
I don't play pachinko.
But I like those characters on pachinko machine.
Do you like Japanese anime?

Julie said...

the characters are so colorful and detailed. I have not ever played pachinko yet but I can see how these murals draw attention to the game

Vogon Poet said...

An interesting and artistic way to get your attention. You can see banners from afar!

Kaori said...

Henny, did you finally go inside??? Those banners are huge!

Unseen Rajasthan said...

Banners are so fantastic !! I really loved the colors !! Great one..Also I Have Started My Own Website And Would Like You To Have A Look At It.I Would Love To Have Your Comments On That Also.Unseen Rajasthan

henny said...

@ Emma&Tom, thanks for the gift. That's very nice of you both thinking of me. I'll go there to pick it :).

@ meretnature, salut, nice to meet you. Je suis désolé si mon français vous confusion, j'ai utilisé Google Translator pour être honnête:)

@ Nobu, hajimemashite :). Btw, what's Hanano Keiji? An anime character? I love Japanese anime, but when it's translated into my language. I can say, I grew up reading Japanese comics :).

@ Julie and VP, you're right, I think those colorful things which attract people's attention. Money is no.2 :).

@ Kaori, not yet. That's my plan. Any idea how to get in without being caught? I'm dying to see inside and take some shots :).

@ UR,thanks, you have a nice website. Will love to visit it again some time.