I have been to Tenno a few times but only now did I notice that this town is graced with a rather high number of mirrors. Maybe this is a good way to show you bits and pieces of Japanese suburban (suburbian?) streets.
This one was strangely (nicely) blue, but you can still see the convenience store.
Every mirror needs its Narcissus :-)
I am not sure how long those electoral posters have been there and for how many elections. It seems to me that the same old posters are always hanging on the walls and are never put down or replaced. But that is probably just my (wrong) impression.
See what you want to see... :-)
The speedway running just behind that roof. The town continues on the other side of it.
I don't know what happened there. Old age?
Narcissus had to come back, of course.
The railway crossing gate.
And I leave you here with this view of the bay of Hiroshima and its oyster racks. I hope you enjoyed the promenade...