Japanese countryside: where a hotel room is far bigger than most apartments in Tokyo!
The Ryokan we stayed at was full of old stuff gathered from the countryside: here an old Daruma doll. The girls were spooked!
As mentioned earlier, playing with the focus ring of the little Zeiss Biogon is a treat, and here a defocused road while waiting at a traffic light in Tokyo.
Short escape to the country side, right when a Typhoon hits Japan.
Great Michelin restaurant in Ebisu: Amour. Delicate mix of French and Japanese cuisine which reminds me the excellent Sa.Qua.Na of Honfleur. Worth a try.
The focus ring of the Zeiss Biogon 35mm is such a pleasure to use that I often play with it.
Love how the little Zeiss Biogon (35mm) blurs the background at large aperture.
Has been raining non-stop for a few days now in Tokyo.
Two shots from Ikebukuro Station at night on a rainy day.
Shinjuku at lunch time, somewhere in the new South Exit.