Let’s Go Tokyo, 2015

Ome StationKonnichiwa, blog friends! I’m in Tokyo again, and the theme of this trip is Underground Tokyo, and the goal is to visit some of the quieter, less traveled parts of this notoriously hectic city (and I say hectic in the best way possible). That means checking out smaller towns outside of the city proper, as well as hidden gems in the more urban areas. I hope to be live blogging as I go … wifi is easy to find here. I’ll  also be checking in periodically at the end of the day as I cool my jets in the hotel room. I plan on visiting a lot of cool sites and eating lots of awesome food, and I’d like to share that with you all.

Oh yes, and did I mention photography? As is my custom, I’ll be shooting like it’s going out of style, but this trip might be a little different. It’s a little rainy here in Tokyo, and holding an SLR while holding an umbrella gets a little unwieldy, so I’m enlisting the help of my iPhone, despite my somewhat snobbish views on iPhoneography, which I’ve remarkably gotten over after my first full day here yesterday

So, an amazing city, authentic Japanese food, great photography … what’s not to love? So with no further adieu, let’s go Tokyo!!!

About Stephen Kelly Creative

Hi, I'm Stephen Kelly, a writer, editor, photographer and graphic designer living in beautiful San Francisco, CA, USA. Amongst the things I love are writing, photography, movies, music, fitness, travel, Batman, all things Australian, food and fun, all of which I hope to reflect in this here blog. Welcome aboard ... now let's get busy!
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3 Responses to Let’s Go Tokyo, 2015

  1. Welcome to Japan !
    Have a nice trip!

  2. I have snobbish views on iPhoneography too, but I’m looking forward to see your posts from Japan.

  3. Have a great time, Stephen! I guess the actual city gets smaller and smaller to you each time unless you extend your limits, being as you have visited so many times. I’m looking forward to seeing your photographs.

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