I've been living in Japan for over a year now. I've slowly been discovering it through stopping at random stations and just walking around. The cities that encompass the stations are wildly diverse from one another. One station could be residential while another could cater to men looking for a good time *wink *wink. Nakameguro in particular caters to young men and woman. I hate using the word "Hipster" but that would correctly define it. I've spent a few days in Nakemeguro at different times of the day. The vibes of the city change dramatically.
I shot two rolls of film. I arrived around 4 pm and nothing was really open. School kids and elderly people walked the streets.
Taxis roamed and streets kind of lay quiet in some parts.
I found a temple or a shrine. I need to educate myself on the differences.
And it's beautiful tree. The area was peaceful.
Then I joined the pre-rush hour crowd.
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