For me, the two things define Shinjuku, the traffic and the skyscrapers. They are the most important. Without them there’d be no Shinjuku. Here is one picture of both.Read More
Sometimes it is hard to believe that quiet, solemn places exist only a short walk from the world’s busiest train station. Hanazo shrine in Shinjuku, Tokyo is one of those places.Read More
The crossing just outside of JR Shinjuku is kind of like Shibuya Crossing, just a little smaller. Lots of people in a very small space.Read More
Japanese ambulances have great crews. In Tokyo things are often complicated by needing to get through heavy traffic. I caught one flying through Shinjuku to get to an emergency.Read More
Shibuya Koen-dori is getting a building that looks like it will be an interesting piece of architecture. Rubik’s Cube or a pile of Lego, you decide.Read More
If Star Wars were to be on one city on Earth, Tokyo would be it. I could easily imagine X-Wings and Tie Fighters chasing each other through the canyon-like streets.
Shibuya Crossing is a busy place. I’ve never countered the people on it at one time, but it is said up to 3000 people are on it at any one time during rush hour. It is quite impressiveRead More
When you walk around Tokyo, sometimes you’ll find things that will surprise you. This statue of the Buddha in Shinjuku, is such a thing.Read More
My favourite staircase is in the Tokyo Metropolitan Government Building. See this stunner here.Read More
Jizo statues are short and made from stone. They are also protectors of travellers and children. You’ll see them all around Tokyo.Read More
The perfect house to escape from everything in Tokyo. See it here.Read More
There are lots of roads in Tokyo. Some old and favoured, and others that lead to new destinations. Which would you take?Read More
Tokyo on a cold winter day. Black and white shows it bestRead More
I visited Ebisu Garden place to photograph Joel Robuchon’s Michelin-rated restaurant. Here is my picture.Read More
Tokyo’s Shinjuku Gyoen is another lovely place to visit in the warmer months, but it is also a great place to photograph in winter. Here are some black and white pictures to show you what it looks like on a winter day.
Tokyo’s Shinjuku Gyoen is another lovely place to visit in the warmer months, but like Yoyogi Park, in winter it becomes something else. Here are some black and white pictures to show you what it looks like on a cold, winter day.
Tokyo’s Yoyogi Park is a lovely place in the warmer months, but winter transforms it into a stark, empty place else. I thought I’d photograph it in black and white to suit that mood. Here are my results from a cold winter day.
Tokyo’s Marunouchi district is great for photography as it has a lot of interesting architecture. I just wish I had had more time and space to photograph it. See more of it here.