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Reflections at Shibuya Station,  Tokyo,  May 2018

If you’ve seen the 2003 film Lost in Translation, you’re sure to recognise the busy pedestrian crossings at Shibuya.  Believed to be the busiest pedestrian interchange in the world, it is surprisingly easy to cross, and incredibly inviting for anyone with a camera.  I’m sure it will make a few reappearances in my blog over the next week or two!

 


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Copyright Debbie Smyth, 18 May 2018

Posted as part of Weekend Reflection

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