Ongoing Updates (5.20.18). Snapshots from daily life in and around Tokyo, a.k.a. “The Big Sushi,” at the end of the second millennium and the start of the third.
See more snaps at Tokyo Kills Me: Photos
A photographer-friendly, photogenic site half-hidden in rural Japan.
We were on an overnight staycation in the mountains of Gunma prefecture, a couple of hours’ drive north of Tokyo. Kayabuki no Sato Yakushi Onsen Hatago is a traditional ryokan onsen hot spring inn half hidden on the shore of the Nurukawa River in a remote river valley.
Read the rest of the story at Big Sushi, Little Fishes 2.0…
Pictures from this photo shoot are available on my page at the Alamy agency website
Sento Traditional Japanese Bath, Tokyo Japan
I continue to work through my library of photographs from the last decade I’ve spent here in Japan. Currently I’m back in 2008, a time when I took a lot of landscapes, cityscapes, and “omoshiroi mono” interesting objects, in day and at night, in fair weather and foul, in various states of decay and renewal. See some of the most popular recent uploads below, and visit my galleries at https://500px.com/tokyoaaron/galleries to view the uploads to date. Enjoy!
Omoshiroi mono “interesting stuff” photo gallery created on 5oopx.
I added five photos — originally taken on film back in 2015 — from neighbouring Saitama, Japan to the new gallery Omoshiroi Mono: Fine Art Photos from Japan at 500px.