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TOKYO'S BEST NIGHT VIEWS
FOR PHOTOGRAPHERS

When you think of Tokyo, words like sushi, samurai, robots, and bullet trains probably come to mind. But this mega city has so much more to offer, especially if you’re into photography.
 

Check it out below!

From a photographer’s perspective, there is something for every photographic style, whether it be capturing the trendy fashions of Harajuku, or photographing scenes of cherry blossoms.

For me, it’s the blue hour, the time just after sunset and before it truly gets dark. It’s magical to watch the city come to life during this time. Skyscrapers light up, car light trails are everywhere, and buildings reflect in various waterways.

 

So, after visiting all the obvious places, such as Shibuya’s famous scramble crossing, Shinjuku’s Golden Gai, Tokyo Skytree, and various temples and shrines, how about viewing the city from the lesser known places?

 

This blog is about introducing these photo spots, giving you directions to the location and suggestions for your camera setup.

Here is a glimpse of what’s inside…