Tokyo ~ Sights in the City

The crushing population, weird fashion, delicious fish, tasty beer, flashing lights, bowing politely, expensive taxis: it’s Tokyo. Although the culture shock wasn’t too much for me after living in Seoul for seven years, it’s still quite a place to see. There are lots of different neighborhoods, tiny alleys, broad boulevards, a plethora of small noodle shops, cute shopping districts and crazy nightlife. It’s what you expect but still a surprise. Well organized yet confusing. Here’s a few images of our week in the capital of Japan.

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Shinjuku
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At a shrine in Fuchu
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Jordyn at sunset
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I don’t know Japanese
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Cool wolf
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Night lit in neon
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Quiet forgotten bike in Fuchu
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These little places are everywhere
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Cemetery beside the city
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National Art Center

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Robot Restaurant
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Opening band at the Robot show
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Calligraphy
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Gonpachi–inspiration for Kill Bill restaurant scene
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On the train headed to Narita
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Sushi choices
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At T.Y. Harbor
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Firefighters so cute
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Back to Korea
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2 thoughts on “Tokyo ~ Sights in the City

  1. Such amazing captures!!! The Robot Restaurant is definitely a place where I’d love to visit next! Looks like so much fun. Also I remember going to the Kill Bill Restaurant with my friends and it was so cool, and food was great, plus the they had a drum performance during the evening 🙂

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