How can one city be so photogenic . . . well, because there is so much going on that’s why. Every corner you turn down there is, a cool little restaurant, and new district, a huge shrine or a hustling bustling street packed with shoppers etc.
Whilst Tokyo is a great city to cruise about during the day, to see a lot of sights, I believe the best time to see Tokyo is by night. Mainly because, some places are quieter and less crowded at night, then you have some places with stunning city scape views and then again there are the likes of Shinjuku and Shibuya where they are so condensed with bargain hungry shoppers you can’t help but feel like you’re a part of some strange shopping festival.
Without babbling on too much about what there is to see and do in Tokyo, I will leave you with my Tokyo photography – through the lens edition, from one of the busiest cities in the world, enjoy.
Tokyo night cityscape view
Sensoji in Asakusa
Imperial Palace Gardens
Busy Shibuya crossing
Sakura in Uneo park Tokyo (cherry blossom tree)
Meji Jingu Shrine gate
Tokyo Metropolitan Government Building panoramic view
Tokyo bay view
Tsukiji Fish market
From the Imperial Palace Gardens
From the Tokyo Metropolitan Government building
The famous Sakura (cherry blossom)
I hope you liked this edition as much as I loved shooting it. If you wish to find out more about these places check out my post on what to see and do in Tokyo for free and also how to see Tokyo on a budget – cheers