Now that the snowflakes
have spread their mantle of white
regardless of place,
flowers seem to be blooming
even on rocky ledges.
– Ki no Akimine (c. 850 AD), Kokin Wakasu: The First Imperial Anthology of Japanese Poetry, translated by Helen Craig McCullough, 1985
Snow View of Asakusa Park, c. 1910.
1910s • Amusements & Recreations • Historic District
Tagged with: Asakusa Park, Snow, Winter
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