A few random photos from this last week in Tokyo.
i have about 8 rolls of film to develop when i get home! also just bought two used cameras here – excited to use them!
jealous. i need to go back.
i also have about 8 rolls to develop from japan.. these look so fun.. take me with you next time.
Ghibli museum! Such a shame they do not let photos inside… but one day I will go!
i took a bunch of photos inside haha i repeatedly got told not to
which cameras did you get dude?
Nikon 35ti and a Ricoh GR10 – you woulda peed your pants at this used camera shop!
muscle park! i’ve been there. wish i would’ve tried it out. i was too scared. hahaha.
you went to the Studio Ghibli museum,jealous!!!
It rained on me at the Ghibli museum too…http://www.taryntrousdale.com/nells/wp-content/uploads/2009/06/japan9.jpg
yea that park leading over to it was actually really beautiful in the rain!
Oh yeah! We had a picnic lunch there before going into the museum. The only drawback was muddy feet, haha.
Tokyo is such an amazing city. My family moved away years ago – when I was 14! – but I still miss it there.
Second one photo is very funny. I think in the first photo photography or say modeling is going on on the roadside. All others are also amazing photos of Tokyo.
Those are some really cool photos, I’m jealous!
Looks like Tokyo is everything I imagine it to be, can’t wait to go one day…
It’s so fun
is this the used camera shop run by some nepalese guy(s)? or a used camera shop run by an old man in Asakusa?
oh my god, mostly these pictures just made me REALLY HUNGRY, yummm, oh and the second picture is adorable!
Aaaah — these images make me miss Japan so much. All that glorious, glorious food!
la segunda fotografía parece el Gober Precioso en chino ;P
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