Looking on the Heavens-Above site I noticed that the HTV is visible for us and managed to grab a photo on 12/09/09 at 20:15. Worth watching as the craft flares very strongly as it transits the horizon.
Hope fully we will see it catch up to the ISS over the next few days so should make a great photo when they are close by.
Looking south jupiter is Bottom centre
HTV is about 9.2 m long (including maneuvering thrusters at one end) and 4.4 m in diameter. Empty, it weighs 10.5 tons. HTV is a larger and simpler vehicle than the Progress spacecraft currently used by Russia to bring supplies to the station, since it does not have a complex docking and approach system. Instead, it will be flown just close enough to the station to allow capture by Canadarm2, which will pull it to a berthing port on the ISS Harmony module.