Growing Garlic in Yamanashi.
A lovely evening at the tip of the Miura Peninsula in the Jogashima Park.
At Starbucks, not for me though…
Perfect timing for a storm to come over Tokyo: good visibility + dusk !
Row row row your boat gently down the stream !
With deserted roads, new year is a good opportunity to go for a drive !
Year end rush + switch to MAC OS + change of web hosting company = huge photo backlog to process and upload… Stay tuned !
Early autumn in Tokyo.
A few long exposure shots at Roppongi Hills, including the entrance to Mori Tower and Maman, the spider.
Shibuya on a Monday morning with Taxis and Yamanote-sen in the background.
Took this one while walking the Shibuya crossing !
The famous Shibuya building, bathed in morning sunlight.
Morning scene in Shibuya.
If it wasn’t for the systematic traffic jams on the way back, Yamanashi would be the perfect place to spend all my weekends ! PS: Yes, it’s Fujisan in the background.
Asamushi Onsen (浅虫温泉) is a little but lovely hot spring located in Aomori, Japan. It was developed as the downtown beside the onsen town and is sometimes known as “Atami in Tohoku” after the famous Atami Onsen in mid-Japan.
A few of the thousands of lanterns lit up for the Mitama Matsuri in Tokyo !
The traditional sign depicting the entrance of a onsen / bath house.
Late evening at the Mitama Matsuri in Tokyo. Took the wrong lens with me : way too crowded for the 135mm to be really useful.
If you don’t care about getting wet and if your material can withstand humidity, the rainy season also offers nice photographic opportunities.
Short stroll under the rain at night.
Subway leaving the station.
Always clean !
Increasing my “commuting/transportation” collection on Getty. Why shot from the back ? Simply because they do not require a model release :)
Commuting underground : from Yurakucho to Hibiya station in Tokyo.
Couple in Kusatsu Onsen, heading for a hot bath !
A very relaxing posture on a rainy day I presume :)
One of the few Shrines that survived the WWII bombing, the Kanda Myojin has existed in its current form since 1934 (when it was rebuilt after being burned down by the fires of the Great Kanto Earthquake). Kanda Myojin enshrines three deities: Daikokuten – the god of good harvest and matrimony, Ebisu – the god […]
Japanese salary man playing with his iPad on a platform in a railway station in Tokyo.
The typical “socks” of a Japanese construction worker, seen emerging from the windows of a van : relaxing lunch break !