Japan - Part 1 - Gary Ng Photography
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Japan – Part 1

Day 1 – The Rainy Tokyo
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The street that leads to Asakusa Temple


Tourists enjoying free WiFi at the Asakusa Culture Tourist Information Center

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The Asakusa Culture Tourist Information Center designed by Japanese Architect, Kengo Kuma


The large lantern at the Sensoji Asakusa Temple

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Drawers to collect your fortune reading from

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The infamous Shibuya crossing from the Shibuya Station

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The infamous Shibuya crossing from Starbucks



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Sake barrels at Meiji Jingu Shrine

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Definitely in a rush


The escalators at Roppongi Hills Mall

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Tiny but cosy spot for food

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Nicely hand written bill

That is all for my first day in the rainy metropolis of Tokyo

  • lspeng1951
    Posted at 22:42h, 22 March Reply

    Lovely series of photographs so well captured, thank you for sharing.

    • Gary Ng
      Posted at 15:41h, 23 March Reply

      Thank you, more coming up 🙂

  • Rantasalot
    Posted at 05:58h, 23 March Reply

    Thank you, these photos are great, because they tell about an ordinary life in a big city.

    • Gary Ng
      Posted at 15:43h, 23 March Reply

      Thanks! People make up a city, it is important to tell their story 🙂

  • sanclemente365
    Posted at 06:19h, 23 March Reply

    I love your shots

  • laurenbarnes06
    Posted at 19:30h, 23 March Reply

    Great photos, I love the women running in the rain, really captured the moment. ^^

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