Category Archives: The Tokyo Underground: Photography

Penetrative Repetition

As I spend two hours on the train each day, it’s not surprising that I’m often musing at the advertisements inside the trains. The advertisements envelope the commuters in the squeaky clean carriages. The ads themselves are fairly typical of … Continue reading

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The Art of Dinky: Shop Fronts Tokyo (Shinjuku & Koenji)

The adjective ‘dinky’ means small and neat. For me, it’s the most appropriate word that springs to mind when describing typical characteristics of bars and eateries which can be found in the labyrinths in the Tokyo Metropolis. The capacity for … Continue reading

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The Golden Gai-Shinjuku

Most of my project material will be gathered either in or near Shinjuku train station. Near Shinjuku train station is a rather unique little area called The Golden Gai. It is situated a few minutes away on foot from the … Continue reading

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