• Shibuya Nights
    August 2nd, 2010By Category: Photography
    This year's summer continues to hit record highs with week after week of temperatures in the mid 30's, unusual compared to historical trends. If you find yourself unable to sleep at night, confined in the comforts of a tiny Tokyo apartment, taking a stroll outside in th ... » Continue Reading
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  • Wonder Festival 2010
    July 30th, 2010By Category: Photography
    The Wonder Festival took place recently at the Makuhari Messe, near Chiba. The get-together is an annual event celebrating (and selling) “garage kits” or sculptures replicating anime and game characters. The models on show are extremely detailed, and can trade for qu ... » Continue Reading
  • It's all in the details

    It’s all in the details
    July 23rd, 2010By Category: Photography
    One of the fascinations about Japan for me is the meticulous precision and detail that exists throughout their culture, from everyday products to their hospitality and services. Expect to be greeted humbly, with a twist of sophistication, when you enter a department ... » Continue Reading
  • Dragon Beat

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    Dragon Beat
    July 20th, 2010By Category: Photography
    Every weekend outside Harajuku Station, street performers and cosplay fans would gather and simply hangout in their outfits. A short walk away through this menagerie lies Yoyogi Park, one of the few large, open parks around Tokyo. If you're in luck, you can be treated t ... » Continue Reading
  • Sato Pharmacy mascots

    Pharmacy Mascots
    July 15th, 2010By Category: Photography
    The Japanese have a long-standing infatuation with 3D characters that represent products, companies, civic organizations, towns and just about anything else you can imagine. If you've been anywhere in Japan you're probably familiar with the Tanuki statue often found o ... » Continue Reading
  • Realizing Tokyo

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    Realizing Tokyo
    July 15th, 2010By Category: Photography
    For many a tourist, the first impression upon visiting Tokyo is the sea of people. One of the largest train stations see over 3 million Tokyoites pass through everyday. According to studies, Singaporeans are in the greatest hurry, with Tokyo ranked a surprising #19! ... » Continue Reading
  • Speed Tokyo

    Speed Tokyo
    July 13th, 2010By Category: Photography
    There is a constant pulse of energy that runs through the metropolis that is Tokyo. From the morning to evening rush, the city never sleeps. As the sun drops and the neon lights blink to life, Tokyo passes through time at a blurring pace. image ©marcusuke ... » Continue Reading


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