Posts Tagged ‘Tokyo’
Have you checked out the HELLO, SHIBUYA TOKYO pop up store located at the main atrium of Plaza Singapura yet? If not, do check it out before it ends on the 10th March which means two more days!!
A blend of fashion and culture, HELLO,SHIBUYA TOKYO brings you brands available only in Japan. If you l (Read more...)
This is a roll of Fujifilm Neopan 400 that I thought would never see the light of day. It is the 2nd test roll that I fed to the Ricoh GR21 in Japan and the roll was left in my drawer for months as I had run out of developer and just couldn’t find time to go replenish it. Last Sunday … I (Read more...)
[Tokyo, Japan] The favourite past-time of Japanese ladies seem to be sitting down at a cafe, savouring a pretty tiny piece of cake after a tough day of shopping. One of the cakes places to be caught in is definitely Ladurée in Tokyo, which are available at Ginza Mitsukoshi and Shinj (Read more...)
[Tokyo, Japan] Tsukiji Fish Market (築地市場), the world’s most famous fish market, is the must-go for first time visitors to Tokyo Japan. This popular wholesale market is where you will experience the real-life seafood auction with some of the biggest and freshest fishes you have ever (Read more...)
When we were in Tokyo in October, we visited one of their biggest shrine. It's big because it's surrounded by a huge and densely-forested park. There are many walking paths in the park, so I believe many people jog and stroll there everyday.
It was our last day in Tokyo, and we wanted to have a lei (Read more...)
Although I thought did not fire too many shots with the Lensbaby during this recent trip to Japan, I found quite a handful of images in my SD card. Maybe I was tripping the shutter in a daze!
Here are a few more of them. This first one (below) was taken early one morning when I woke up (a little too (Read more...)
Before the ‘arrival’ of the GR21 … I was planning to use only my Pentax MZ-S and a 50mm for all analogue photography. As I didn’t shoot much when I was in Yokohama (except digital ones), my fingers were given a treat when we moved to Tokyo. Many of these were taken in Disneyl (Read more...)