Kangaeroo Corner has got one of the greatest gardens in Tokyo, at least according to Kangaeroo, and one of its features its the extensive lighting.
Alongside the mostly Aussie native plants adorning the garden are plenty of garden ornaments of Australian native animals and birds.
The kangaroos, koalas and various types of avian life such as a kookaburra, cockatoo and galah, are lit up using solar-powered garden lights.
Much to Mrs. Kangaeroo’s chagrin, Kangaeroo adores these garden lights.
And the growing length of sunshine each day as spring approaches affords each lighter with a greater charge of its battery, which keeps the garden well-lit, well past the onset of darkness.
And while Mrs. Kanageroo was off working over the weekend, Kanageroo took advantage of the fact.
It is is nearly always easier to apologize in Japan than to ask for permission.
As a result, Kangaeroo Coven now has a new set of lights, and they were put in place for all to adore well before any objection could be made.
And the lights are brighter and more powerful than ever before, literally focusing a spotlight on the garden’s centerpiece, life-sized kangaroo sculpture, highlighting the kookaburra sitting in the old wattle tree and shedding light on the garden overall.