It’s rainy season in Tokyo right now. But the steamy, gray, days turn into magical warm nights, the pavement shining like a river of melted neon…
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“like a river of melted neon” is wonderful. It describes Portland during the rainy season as well, except for our lamentable (heh) lack of neon.