JR Shinjuku Station does have some cherry blossoms. They make for a great meeting spot if you are planning a night out in the areaRead More
Caught this girl busking out front of JR Shinjuku’s south exit. She had an amazing voice. If you are into Japanese music you should check her out.Read More
Kabukicho, Shinjuku’s playground. Even on a midweek night, it is a busy place.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
There are cats all over Tokyo, not only at cat cafes. You’ll even find some at local temples, just like the one in this blog post.Read More
The NTT Docomo Yoyogi Building is home to one of Japan’s largest mobile phone providers. These guys love iPhones.Read 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
One of my favourite buildings in Tokyo, Tokyo Mode Gakuen Cocoon Tower. You’ll find it in Shinjuku in among all the other skyscrapers in the area.Read More
My favourite staircase is in the Tokyo Metropolitan Government Building. See this stunner here.Read More
Good news and bad news is a part of life. Even Shinjuku Gyoen in Tokyo gets both types.Read More
The perfect house to escape from everything in Tokyo. See it here.Read More
Tokyo on a cold winter day. Black and white shows it bestRead More
Hinamatsuri or Girl’s Day/Doll’s Day is celebrated on March 3, every year. And every year, the Keio Plaza Hotel in Shinjuku puts on a tremendous display of 6800 dolls especially for this wonderful event. You can see a few pictures of it here.
The Yasuyo Building in Shinjuku might have been built in the late 1960s, but it is still a very iconic building in the area. It might not be the big, nor that prestigious any more, but if you are an architecture lover it should be on your bucket list.Read More
Godzilla has been a cinematic legend since his first film appearance in 1954. You can see this giant monster in Kabukicho, Shinjuku.Read More
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.
The chrysanthemum exhibit at Shinjuku Gyoen in 2018 was a another huge success due to the quality of the flowers and the great weather. See some of the pictures from this great Tokyo event here.
The Love sculpture in Nishi-Shinjuku, created by American artist Robert Indiana is a popular place to meet and photograph in Tokyo. Here are some of my pictures of it.Read More
A really cool photograph to take in Tokyo is from Shinjuku Station. If you look out from its west exit, a ramp spirals down and it frames Mode Gakuen Cocoon Tower. If you can get your timing right, it is a beautiful shot especially at sunset when there are a few clouds around.Read More