Cycling gives you the great advantage to be able to stop anywhere and take photographs for posterity!
Yesterday i was cycling along the Warashina River in Aoi Ku, Shizuoka City when I found (for the second time actually. I had seen it there too many years ago) when Ifound this plane perched in front of a gasoline station in Tomizawa!
The owner had obviously tried to redecorate it to make it look like a “zero sen”, the famous WWII Japanese fighting plane!
The cockpit may make you think so, but the landing gear is far too modern!
At the very least it has become a useful landmark!
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4 thoughts on “Plane, but not a “Zero”, along the Warashina Riwer, Shizuoka City, Aoi Ku, Tomizawa!”
What a fun thing to come across!
Mind you I Had to cycle uphill for two hours to reach it!
Oh my….but I hope you enjoyed the end of that rough cycle.
I surely did!