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Tokyo— As Seen by Andrew Cenci


Words and images by Andrew Cenci


Tokyo is the city that all other cities want to be. With it being the largest in the world, one would expect to find the usual failings of other large cities: trash, transport problems, lots of noise, you name it. Instead, in Tokyo you find a clean, efficient, quiet metropolis. In Japan's captial, talking on your cellphone in public is considered rude and even the guy at 7/11 treats you with the utmost respect. It is almost paradoxical, but there it is.  A city so large should be intimidating and overwhelming, but not Tokyo. It is a place that feels more like a giant neighborhood. A city built on ancient tradition, honor, and care.

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