You can imagine the (first world problems appropriate) struggle of deciding whether to capture something digitally, on film or on video, especially when you're no expert at any of them. This is especially prevalent when you have all three options available to you and you're walking through the streets of Tokyo where everything is enviably photogenic. But there's something about film that has a very distinct 'mating call' when it comes to its moments of capture. I don't know how else to explain it but i hope you can see a different side of Tokyo through the following photos...if not then never mind and i hope you enjoy them anyway.
Shibuya Crossing from Starbucks where I got kicked out because I didn't want to buy a drink.
Dressing like I hijacked the clothes of an office worker
Crows in Ginza whilst we were waiting for sushi
Tokyo tower from friends' living room
Water in our hotel room
Shooting dad with a banana
Dad on our way to dinner with his favourite pocket square
Lollipops meant 'only for kids'
'Play us a song'
Making tea and the pineapple that smelled really nice
The last of sakura
The coldest morning, sakura carcasses in the rain
Ceci n'est pas un homme
Shopping near Harajuku
Flowers and trees near harajuku
Shibuya vending machines
Makgeolli, my favourite from Korea
Lucky Lucy's view and tofu the poodle
All taken by an Olympus Superzoom 105R and Kodak ISO 400 35mm film.