There is a country on our planet, the name of which evokes a lot of memories and impressions.
It has a rich history, and has preserved its traditions to this day.
It is in the leading positions of the modern industry of our planet. I know that if you were told that you won a trip to Japan, you would jump out of place...)
When I was in Japan for the first time, I did not understand where I was. Yes, I saw the cities and the nature of these amazing islands, I saw people with their culture and history, but I never realized what was happening. Something elusive eluded me. These fogs that hide the clear outlines of the mountains, the discipline honed over the centuries and the views of the geishas made me come back again. A country of tea plantations, Buddhist temples and monasteries, cherry blossoms and red maples. The land of legendary Fujiyama and minimalism. Home of Canon and Nikon.
Hello land of the rising sun - Japan.
Visiting Japan is like visiting the future. I think that it is possible not to be in other countries, but it is necessary to feel Japan.
perceptions are changing in Japan. In Japan, among all this culture and traditions, you turn into a different person, you begin to see differently, your level as a photographer and personality as a whole changes.
Everything is interesting in this land of the rising sun: people, buildings, roads, mountains, lakes, temples and palaces, and of course food. In Japan, you can and want to take pictures all the time and everywhere. The photographer of each genre realizes his creative potential. Stock up on enough memory cards.
Tokyo is an incredible city in terms of technology, its scale is impressive. I'm just amazed how it is that almost 2 times more people live in Tokyo than in Kyiv, and there are fewer cars on the streets than in Minsk. Tokyo has the most prominent subway network in the world and the largest. The entire underworld is woven from thousands of cobwebs.
In Tokyo, people are very disciplined and cheerful, they move in all directions, and it's like you're in a computer game. This is especially felt when you get on a train that goes to a garbage island, without a driver, you take a seat in front, and enjoy a different reality.
Exactly, the world of the future. Speaking of the island. The Japanese built an island out of waste, Odaiba, and it is now a beautiful modern tourist area with fantastic facilities. There is also one of the highest viewing points of Tokyo.
Everything is very accurate, beautiful and aesthetically pleasing! The island is connected to downtown Tokyo by a rainbow bridge. Odaiba is a great place for a photographer who loves modern architecture.
In Tokyo, there is an intersection called Shibuya, which is called the most visited in the world. During peak hours, between 1,000 and 2,500 people can cross it in two minutes.