Tim: Here in Odaiba you can catch both a great view of the Rainbow Bridge, as well as a
little romance. What view could top this? The English Bay sunset in Vancouver. Yoon-Mee:
The Aurora Borealis in Fairbanks would top it.
I' checking out the cityscape from the top of the Metropolitan Government Building in
Shinjuku. There's so much to see I don't know what to look at first Tokyo Tower, Yoyogi
Park, all the people. If I could be anywhere in the world I would be looking at the Eiffel
Tower, Niagara Falls or the Atlantic Ocean. I want to see it all!
HEISHI AND SUDHEER/
We came to Asakusa to check out this view. It probably isn't the "prettiest,"
but we like it. We're not quite sure what it is, but it looks like a huge gold dropping on
top of a black box. What view would really blow us away? Checking out Earth from a
spaceship sounds pretty cool!
Sights for sore eyes Photos by Beezer
Ah, it's a beautiful day in Tokyo - blue sky, cool breeze and... wall to wall concrete.
For most of us, this claustrophobic cityscape is all too familiar. Need some breathing
room? This week, our photographer took a step back, up and over to find some space and
glimpse a rosier hue of the metropolis. So, what are you all looking at? And, if you could
have any view in front of you right now, what would it be?
I'm checking out a view from the Fuji Television Building. From up here I can see the
Rainbow Bridge, but I would much rather be sitting on a beach, looking out at the
MAYUMI AND YUKI/
We're on a Sumida River boat looking out over the river banks and the Kachidoki Bashi,
checking out the city from a distance. We like this view of Tokyo and the water, but would
really like to catch a glimpse of New York City at night.