We left Japan in the late evening yesterday and arrived in New York just 12 hours later at the exact same time. Time/travel is funny that way. Now I’ll be moving throughout the east coast of the US for the next two weeks, to Charleston, Highlands, New Orleans, Boston and New York before heading back to Hanoi near the end of August. I’m looking forward to it. The images above are from my last day and a half in Tokyo. From the streets of Shibuya and Harajuku to the skyscrapers of everywhere else and the Tsukiji fish market. All captured through the wild weird wonderful lens that is this place. I miss it already. Though my wallet is happy we’ve moved on. For now at least.
3 thoughts on “Ten Second Reflections on Tokyo”
is one of the shots from the Ginza District in Tokyo?
I think the teddy bears in the building are from the Ginza District. I walked around there a bit for sure.
The vibe of Japan is extremely ironic and interesting. I miss Japan. Underneath the sharp Zegna dark suit or flashy manga outfit, they still restrict to the Zen ritual and Japan value.