Have you ever wondered why moving sidewalks are confined to airports? Why aren’t there any moving sidewalks leading to the train station?
In Ebisu, there are.
This tour starts in spectacular Ebisu Garden Place, spins around a bit to take in the view, and then proceeds north along the Ebisu Skywalk to Ebisu Station (JR Yamanote).
If we back up about 250 feet, we see this:
Walking forward again, and turning to the right:
Moving forward and around Entrance Pavillion:
If we return to the front, and take the escalators down, we reach the underground mall which connects the whole Garden Place complex:
Walking westwards from the escalators:
On the surface, directly above the previous photo:
Walking forward 100 feet:
Crossing the avenue:
Inside the Skywalk
The Skywalk is basically straight, save for these two jogs (in the section where the Skywalk passes through the アトレ/Atre parking ramp):
Note the reduced ceiling height and absence of windows inside the parking ramp.
And we finally reach Ebisu Station (JR Yamanote):
A hand drawn map of the complex (with south at the top):
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