The standard crowded Tokyo shot above, almost obligatory, was made on a Sunday afternoon in Omotesando Dori, Harajuku, Shibuya (South of Shinjuku). An expensive shopping street, not very different from those in Paris.
The two shots below were taken around the Imperial Castle. It's hard to even catch a glimpse of that castle and, anyway, if you want to see it, go see a Kurosawa movie. Or a calendar; but that definitely is a poor second choice. I took plenty of shots of Kanazawa castle, where they give you a chance.
At least, thecity of contrastscliché is well illustrated by these three pictures.
For the rest, like many really large cities, Tokyo consists of many very different neighborhoods.
Below a choice of those we had a look at; there are many more.
Shinjuku South-East Gyoen Park Kabuki-cho Otsuka Kawasaki Nihon Menka-en
traditional buildings museum
Park by the Sea
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