Category Archives: Japan

Tokyo From The Ikebukuro Sunshine Tower

Although it doesn’t snow a whole lot in Tokyo, it can get very cold. As a landscape and travel photographer, that poses a problem. There’s not a lot of motivation to get outside with my camera, but there’s also not much to photograph indoors. Thankfully, Tokyo has a solution – tall buildings with observation decks....

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    Snowy Scenes From The Shinkansen

    In early December, I took a single day trip to Akita Prefecture for an assignment. Akita is about 3-4 hours from Tokyo by shinkansen (bullet train) so suffice it to say this was a very brief trip! There was snow in the forecast though, so I was excited about potential photographic opportunities. However, with nearly 8...

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      Evening at Himeji Station

      Back in November I paid a visit to Hyogo Prefecture on an assignment with Japan Travel. After finishing my work for the day, I went through Himeji Station on the way back to my hotel and took a few photos. This was a favorite for a couple of reasons. First of all, the way the...

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        Sunset from Mount Iyogatake

        Earlier this year in May, I took a trip to the Boso Peninsula of Chiba Prefecture. Although I live in Chiba, the area where I live is much different from most of the prefecture. I live in the city of Matsudo – it has a population of nearly 500,000, and is only about 30-40 minutes...

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          Photos From My 2016 Autumn In Tokyo Workshop

          This past Friday I held my 2016 Autumn in Tokyo workshop. My photography workshops are small – there were 3 participants for this one – which gives me the opportunity to talk to and give attention to people as needed. It also helps keep us all together, which is useful in Tokyo, especially during the...

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