Japan 2019: Part Three.

Unfortunately we leave Tokyo in a couple of days. Below is the third and final set of pictures from the past few weeks… though I do have a pile of films to develop when we get back.

Tokyo

Nezu Shrine

Tokyo street photography

Mass of the Fermenting Dregs

Tokyo street photography

Tokyo Shrine red gates

Yokohama street photography

Tokyo street photography

Tokyo street photography

Senso-ji temple

Tokyo street photography

Tokyo street photography

Digital Lab Tokyo

Tokyo shrine

Tokyo street photography

Mass of the Fermenting Dregs

Tokyo shrine

Tokyo street photography

Tokyo Shrine

Yokohama street photography

Tokyo Shrine

Portrait

Tokyo street photography

Wagyu Beef

Tokyo street photography

Tokyo bone

Tokyo street photography

Wagyu Beef

Tokyo street photography

Team Lab Borderless

Yokohama street photography

Tokyo street photography

Yokohama street photography

Tokyo street photography

Yokohama street photography

Tokyo Shrine

Tokyo street photography

Tokyo temple

Yokohama street photography

Tokyo street photography

Baseball game

Senso-ji temple

Tokyo

Tokyo street photography

Tokyo temple

Yokohama street photography

Tokyo Shrine

Tokyo street photography

Tokyo street photography

Yokohama street photography

Tokyo street photography

portrait

Yokohama street photography

Tokyo street photography

Tokyo temple

Yokohama street photography

Team Lab Borderless

Yokohama street photography

Tokyo shrine

Nezu Shrine

Tokyo street photography

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13 thoughts on “Japan 2019: Part Three.

  1. Great stuff!

  2. I think this is my favorite selection of photos so far from your visits to Japan.

  3. Those couple portraits of Grace are lovely.

  4. Looking forward to seeing the film photos once they’re developed 👍

    1. Thanks Natalie! Hopefully they won’t be massive failures hah.

      1. The joys of film photography 😂

  5. You’ve captured so much amazing color in these photos. I like the one with the hand lighting the candle a lot – it leaves me wondering.

    1. Thanks Jeff! That means a lot coming from you.

  6. Such a beautiful country and culture. Wish to be there one day

  7. I’m going to read your tips and tricks section!

  8. Thank you for sharing all these photos in your three posts. Absolutely love it. You are making me want to visit japan again!

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