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a roadful of bush

Most houses in Osaka have roads instead of front gardens.

It beggars belief the number of times I've seen bleary-eyed people leaving their house in the morning, full of the joys of spring, only to be mown down by a passing bus.

To spruce the place up a bit, some residents place a small plant pot in front of their abode.

However, one person has taken this to the extreme, opting to import a portion of the Amazon jungle instead.

Two small plant pots. Pleasantly surprising.

an amazon jungle in osaka

A big bush.
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On Friday, 06 October, 2006, Blogger Alex-san said:

Are you sure it's all Amazonian? It looks a bit Columbian to me ;)  

On Sunday, 08 October, 2006, Blogger myende said:


i've been reading your blog, but this is the first time i'm commenting. I love being in Osaka. I've been there 5 times. were the pics taken in Shin Osaka area?? i'm just wondering if ppl from other part of Osaka grow trees like that too. I don't see that in Kobe or Kyoto.
Keep updating us on Osaka....I miss it so much  

On Wednesday, 11 October, 2006, Blogger Invader Stu said:

I bet it's ground zero. It's going to grow over the whole of Osaka.  

On Friday, 13 October, 2006, Blogger stev said:

japanese bushes



On Friday, 13 October, 2006, Anonymous Jeff said:

beautiful! I love it!  

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