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Buskers in Ueno Park, Tokyo

By , 8 April 2011

Buskers in Ueno Park, Tokyo

Two Japanese street artists playing music in Ueno Park, Tokyo. Three museums, a concert hall, two shrines, the Shinobazu Pond, and the Ueno Zoo make this park a tourist and recreation area popular with both Japanese and foreigners.

Buskers in Ueno Park, Tokyo

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Buskers in Ueno Park, Tokyo

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Comment posted by: did, 4 years ago

All this kids are so talented in what they did and I am sure that people watching them enjoyed a lot their concert in the middle of the street.

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