My Travel Photo Series: TOKYO - JAPAN


I can't believe how fast time flies sometimes, but it's been nearly nine years since my first (and so far only trip) to Asia. During my four-month stay in Seoul, I made sure to venture out and explore some of the neighboring lands. On my flight over, I stopped in Tokyo for a few hours and even just that short stay in the airport was enough to entice me back for a long weekend.

So around Thanksgiving time in 2007, a friend and I headed to Tokyo for four days and explored the 2nd largest city it the world. We met some amazing people, ate some amazing food, explored some awesome temples and markets, even visited the National Sumo Arena, and even saw Godzilla...or a least a puny statue of him. Obviously these were not all of the photos I took, but these are my favorite. Enjoy this tiny taste of Japan and hopefully will share some additional tastes of my travels later on.

楽しみ、幸運を!

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