This Photography Captures the Rarely Visible Side of Japan
Ever wonder what's so alluring about photography in Japan? This compiled list of different photographer's work in Japan (from Tokyo to Kawagoe and beyond) shows us exactly what it is that draws photographers to the country: The neon alleys that light up the nights in Tokyo. The hustle and bustle of everyday life in Japan. The beauty in the shrines and altars placed at various locations around Japan. Renown street photographers such as Takeshi Yasui and Kaitaro Kobayashi have their work showcased here, as well as many others, and if you've never been to Japan, these images will definitely make you want to go. Be sure to bring along your camera if you ever decide to make the trip.
Cats huddle to keep warm beneath a vehicle during the snowy season.via:belovedstraycat
So many different colours on each level.
M.C. Escher would be able to take this and make it into a new set of crazy stairs.
Yves Saint Laurent? Yeah, I'd hold on to that too.via:Tatsuo Suzuki
The Sakura Festival in Kawagoe, Japan.via:Akihiro Nagashima
The contrast here is startling.via:Lee Chapman
A hunched over woman makes her way across the street.via:Lee Chapman
A rainy day in a bustling Japan.via:Jiratto
It looks like she's let loose several balloons here.via:Hirokazu Toda
Tokyo at nighttime.via:Masashi Wakui
Fashion statement approved.via:Shin Noguchi
A snowy night waiting for the bullet train to pass.via:Masayoshi Naito
Tokyo Taxi.via:Davide Filippini
Diagonal boxes that represent apartments.via:Peter Stewart
Fushimi Inari Taisha, located in Fushimi-ku.via:Takashi Yasui
What it looks like to commute home after a long day of work in Japan.via:Tatsuo Suzuki
The Golden Hour: A major city crossing in Tokyo.via:Kaitaro Kobayashi
Sakura blossoms on a dreary day.via:Yuma Yamashita