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Shinjuku, Omoide Yokocho (lit. memory lane, also known as Piss Alley), an area with traditional small restaurants that serve food along the tracks northwest of Shinjuku Station

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  • East Shinjuku, Bonga restaurant, the exterior
  • Shibuya, Shibuya crossing
  • Shinjuku, streets near the Shinjuku station
  • East Shinjuku, Kabukicho, the red light district
  • Shinjuku, view of Okatibashi street
  • Shinjuku, view of Okatibashi street
  • East Shinjuku, Kabukicho, a pachinko parlor
  • East Shinjuku, view of Yasukuni Street near Kabukicho
  • Aoyama, detail of Prada Aoyama Building (architect 2001 Pritzker Prize winner Herzog and De Meuron)
    • Documentary
    • Terra
    • Aoyama, detail of Prada Aoyama Building (architect 2001 Pritzker Prize winner Herzog and De Meuron)
  • East Shinjuku, Kabukicho, people in a pedestrian area
  • Shinjuku, Omoide Yokocho (lit. memory lane, also known as Piss Alley), an area with traditional small restaurants that serve food along the tracks northwest of Shinjuku Station
    • Documentary
    • Latitude
    • Shinjuku, Omoide Yokocho (lit. memory lane, also known as Piss Alley), an area with traditional small restaurants that serve food along the tracks northwest of Shinjuku Station
  • Shinjuku, Okatibashi street, people walking on a sidewalk dring a rainy day
    • Documentary
    • Terra
    • Shinjuku, Okatibashi street, people walking on a sidewalk dring a rainy day
  • Shinjuku. the Shinjuku underground station
  • East Shinjuku, Kabukicho, a pachinko parlor
  • East Shinjuku, pedestrian crossing in Yasukuni Street near Kabukicho
    • Documentary
    • Terra
    • East Shinjuku, pedestrian crossing in Yasukuni Street near Kabukicho
  • East Shinjuku, view of Yasukuni Street near Kabukicho
  • Akihabara, Akihabara Electric Town (Denki-Gai), a street crossing
    • Documentary
    • Terra
    • Akihabara, Akihabara Electric Town (Denki-Gai), a street crossing
  • Shinjuku, Omoide Yokocho (lit. memory lane, also known as Piss Alley), an area with traditional small restaurants that serve food along the tracks northwest of Shinjuku Station
    • Documentary
    • Latitude
    • Shinjuku, Omoide Yokocho (lit. memory lane, also known as Piss Alley), an area with traditional small restaurants that serve food along the tracks northwest of Shinjuku Station
  • East Shinjuku, Kabukicho, signs in the red light district
  • Shinjuku, Omoide Yokocho (lit. memory lane, also known as Piss Alley), an area with traditional small restaurants that serve food along the tracks northwest of Shinjuku Station
    • Documentary
    • Latitude
    • Shinjuku, Omoide Yokocho (lit. memory lane, also known as Piss Alley), an area with traditional small restaurants that serve food along the tracks northwest of Shinjuku Station
  • Aoyama, Prada Aoyama Building (architect 2001 Pritzker Prize winner Herzog and De Meuron)
    • Documentary
    • Terra
    • Aoyama, Prada Aoyama Building (architect 2001 Pritzker Prize winner Herzog and De Meuron)
  • East Shinjuku, Kabukicho, the Robot Restaurant, specialized in performance of 3.6 metre-high female robots
    • Documentary
    • Latitude
    • East Shinjuku, Kabukicho, the Robot Restaurant, specialized in performance of 3.6 metre-high female robots
  • Shibuya, girls near Shibuya crossing
  • Marunouchi, Tokyo Station, the interior
  • Shinjuku, Omoide Yokocho (lit. memory lane, also known as Piss Alley), an area with traditional small restaurants that serve food along the tracks northwest of Shinjuku Station
    • Documentary
    • Terra
    • Shinjuku, Omoide Yokocho (lit. memory lane, also known as Piss Alley), an area with traditional small restaurants that serve food along the tracks northwest of Shinjuku Station

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