Ogu Shunting Yard
September 13, 1963
September 22, 2011
Although the shape of the tracks has not changed, steam trains have disappeared due to electrification, and the overhead cables now stand out. The Tokyo Sky Tree can be seen far away.

Shinjuku Station West Exit
October 23, 1963
October 18, 2011
Even at the Shinjuku Station West Exit, which is marked by the walls of the Odakyu and Keio station buildings today, it used to be possible to see the landscape of the East Exit and trains running.

In front of Yurakucho Station
November 5, 1963
June 3, 2011
Yurakucho was catapulted into fame through the hit song "Yurakucho de Aimasho (Let's Meet in Yurakucho)." After the Tokaido Shinkansen was inaugurated in 1964, multi-tenant buildings disappeared, and the scenery of the city changed drastically.

Akabane East Exit
December 5, 1963
July 13, 2011
The building in front of the station opened in 1990, after which it became impossible to see the elevated platform and trains. The bus terminal still looks the same as it did originally.

Yanagibashi Neighborhood
April 27, 1964
July 7, 2011
Since an embankment was built, the number of willows and inns for sailors has declined, and it has become impossible to see a refined landscape. Boats have become larger and are moored in a way that look as though they are completely filling Kanda River.

Shinbashi Station West Exit
May 12, 1965
May 31, 2011
Based on urban development and improvement, stores and offices that were around the station became tenants of the building in front of the station. In SL Plaza, the familiar open space in front of the station, there used to be a stage and a street television.

December 13, 1974
August 2, 2012
"109," which became the pioneer of fashion buildings, was born in 1979. The flow of people, which had centered on Koen-dori, changed.

December 5, 1986
August 1, 2012
The Dojunkai Aoyama Apartments, which give off a distinctive aura, changed their form into Omotesando Hills, but did not change their status as fashion's leading edge.

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