Hmm… I focus (hey, it’s a photo pun!) more on street photography in the last months, but, well, I love street photography. And I am staying true to the theme of this site – “Shooting” people :). However, sooner or later, I will catch up with portraits. Here are some shots from a stroll I did though Yokohama’s Chinatown last week.
Long time no posts! I have been really busy in the last months finalising the second season of my travel series “On And Off Road In Mongolia”… Which is now finished and will be running on YouTube very soon ;). Sitting all my free time at home and reviewing, cutting, and editing videos, at one moment I have suddenly realised, that the spring has come. And spring in Japan means… Hanami! Cherry blossom festivals all around the country. Basically, there […]
If the Japanese Emperor has birthday, around 100k people come for a visit. His birthday is on 23.12. You want to pay a visit to his birthday party too? I am not sure if you can next time, since he will retire around May…
The first half of November was exceptionally warm in the Tôkyô region, with temperatures sometimes rising until 22°C. Here is a collection of people snapshots from the Yoyogi and Meijingu parks – both are next to each other.
I got lucky that weekend. I went to the Meiji Shrine in Tôkyô and there was THE opportunity to make photos of cute and festivly dressed children. The Shichi-Go-San Kids. What is “Shichi-Go-San”? Let me quote from JapanVisitor: November 15th is the Shichi-Go-San (“7-5-3”) Festival in Japan, celebrated as a gala day for three and five-year-old boys (or, in many areas, for five-year-old boys only) and three and seven-year-old girls. On this day, prayers are offered for the healthy and […]