The sunrise was very dull that morning but the water was so still, it allowed Nijubashi, one of the most famous bridges in Japan, to reflect almost perfectly on the surface.
Has reality caught up with fiction? With the sakura trees lit up with purple lighting and light trails of cars passing by, one may feel like in a racing video game 🙂 I wasn't very fond of the lighting when I visited that area, close to Midtown in Tokyo but I have to say the ...
Although the Someiyoshino type of sakura is the most wide-spread and probably the most popular kind in Japan, one must appreciate the Shidarezakura tree, not less beautiful in my opinion, with its weeping branches and vivid pink color.
There's nothing like waking up at 4am to be the first one to see the sakura at sunrise in Tokyo with no one else in front of you!
Autumn used to be my favorite season in Japan because of the beautiful red and orange colours you can find in the trees. My recent trip to Japan made me reconsider my stance, as I feel like I'm discovering the pleasures of viewing the sakura (cherry blossoms) again. Sakura are immensely difficult to catch at ...
Sunrise around the district of Marunouchi in Tokyo, as seen from the park around the Imperial Palace. No wonder people like to jog around the Imperial Palace: the energy in the air is almost palpable, making you understand why this place was chosen for the construction of the Emperor's domicile.
What a great feeling it is to wake up at the same time as a city and to witness the sunlight unwrap to replace the night.
When the city is still asleep.
Enjoying the peaceful evening in the middle of Tokyo. There wasn't a single cloud in the sky thanks to the typhoon the night before.
The last picture from my trip to Tokyo, taken around the office. This is the Ark Karajan Plaza hosting the Suntory Hall, a beautiful concert hall.