銀杏: ginkgo tree in Shibuya | Mojica Bicycle Tokyo
a ginkgo tree in Shibuyanote : At first edition of this entry, I believed it is a ginkgo tree but a kind reader indicated this is a japanese acer.@mojicabicycle is that a Ginkgo? to me, it looks more like a japanese acer.— aneke (@aneke_hg) 2016年7月4日To tell the truth, I am not knowledgeable about plants. Now that you mention it, it looks different from the ginkgo tree I saw in the university( this was definitely a ginkgo because they had guin-nan).I feel embarrassed and apologize my mistake. So please kindly understand this entry is based on my mistakes.This place is a top of a slope leading from Shibuya Station to Harajuku Station, named Koen-Dori(ie. Park Street). Small publick toilet is behind the tree. NHK(→NHK - Wikipedia), and Yoyogi park is near.In autumn, ginkgo(in Japanese, 銀杏 ichou) leaves turn yellow and we appreciate it. In spring we appreciate cherry blossom, in autumn, ginkgo.One confusing thing about "銀杏". If you read this "ichou", it means leaves or trees of ginkgo.