Zenpukuji River overflows
Suginami-ku Zenpukuji.
  • We came to Suginami-ku.
  • Where is this?
  • This is the Igusa Hachiman shrine.
  • What kind of Shinto shrine is this?
  • This is a place granting a wish to win a fight.
  • Wow.
  • I will pray here.
  • Whom do you fight against?
  • It's secret.
  • It is a residential area of Suginami-ku here.
  • Look at this small river.
  • There is little water.
  • The source of this river is a pond nearby.
  • The pond is here.
  • Zenpukuji Pond.
  • Quiet pond.
  • In the summer of 2005.
  • Local heavy rain fell.
  • This river has overflowed its banks.
  • I can't believe it.
  • The source of a river is near.
  • Where is such much water?
  • It is rainy.
  • Rain?
  • What a terrible rain.
  • It was amazing rain.
  • It was the rain which people had not experienced.
  • Why did such rain fall?
  • There are various causes.
  • One is The Heat Island Phenomenon.
  • What is it?
  • Buildings increase.
  • The concrete becomes hot.
  • Trees missing heat decrease in Tokyo.
  • So, Heat gathers in central Tokyo.
  • I know.
  • The heat of the city makes a thunder cloud in hot summer.
  • The exhaust gas becomes the cloud, too.
  • It is a dirty cloud.
  • The clouds gather here.
  • It is a very thick thunder cloud.
  • This river is low altitude.
  • All rain flowed into here.
  • I understand.
  • Hey, Our work seems to overflow, too.