July 17, 2009

Farman Street

The three-way intersection on Farman Street.

Farman Street is named after the 1910 Henri Farman III biplane, the first plane to test the Tokorozawa Airfield in 1911. It was one of the first airplanes produced by Farman Aviation Works, which was founded by Henry and Maurice Farman, two french brothers.


Becky said...

Oh, I like this shot! The action, the lights...it all goes together so well.

Thanks for commenting on my blog. Yours is really interesting - I don't know much about Japan at all. Asia is pretty foreign to me, I must admit! I look forward to learning more on your blog. You have some great photos here.

Kaori said...

Becky, thanks for the comment! Japan IS pretty far away, but I hope you get a chance to drop by sometime. It's a great place :)

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