Category Archives: Yurakucho – Tokyo

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Architecture: Repeated Patterns

Tokyo has some fabulous architecture and I like nothing more than walking around the city capturing the patterns and shapes. Back in 2016, a new building opened in Tokyo’s Ginza shopping district. The Tokyu Plaza Ginza immediately became by go-to … Continue reading

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It’s all about the light | Yurakucho, Tokyo

I love re-visiting the same location over and over again. It’s how I spot the nuances of a place. The place gets under my skin and I don’t worry about having to wait for things to happen. Plus, visiting the … Continue reading

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A model of customer service; International Forum, Tokyo

Wandering through here a few weeks ago. I go there a lot. Re-visiting the same location again and again is one way of helping to develop one’s eye. It’s a case of having to find something new in a place … Continue reading

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Follow the yellow-brick road: Yurakucho, Tokyo

Was down shooting around Yurakucho these past few evenings: some shooting for a job for JVC Europe but last night John and I caught up for a lesson. We did some street shots and then retreated from the rain and … Continue reading

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Urban Fragments 2: International Forum, Yurakucho, Tokyo

Wandering around the outside of the International Forum in Yurakucho, killing time before a meeting at the press club. The momiji trees there were looking cool and I got sucked into looking straight up through them, the layers of branches … Continue reading

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Urban Fragments 1: Yurakucho, Tokyo

The first image in a series I am doing for a project. Well, just testing some ideas for a possible project actually. It’s all about fragments of the urban landscape, generally with an expanse of sky as canvas. This was … Continue reading