This is what Tokyo looks like from 350 meters above ground looking straight down.
This is how Tokyo looks like from the Skytree observatory at 450 meters above ground. 37.8 million people live in the metropolitan area of Tokyo.
People celebrating the cherry blossom at Ueno Park in Tokyo, Japan.
Entrance area of the Edo Tokyo Museum. The exhibition is located at what appears to be the ceiling of the square.
View of the Skyscrapers surrounding Tokyo castle.
Inside the Imperial Palace at Tokyo.
Quite a huge pink penis sculpture to worship pleasure at the Kanamara Matsuri festival.
This black penis is smaller than the pink one, which contradicts a widly spread misconception about the average male caliber.
Those vegetable penis are carved out of radish. Seen at the Kanamara Matsuri festival.
Those banners advertise something penis related. Probably something enjoyable.
Shibuja is one of Japan's fashion centers and a major nightlife area.
This apocalyptic sunset behind Japan's capital city reminds me on our visit of Hiroshima.
All praise the nerd god!
The Fuji Television headquater as seen from Tokyo bay.
Close up view of the Fuji Television Headquater.
The Tokyo Tower mainly serves as an observation platform for tourists nowadays.
First view over Tokyo bay and the Rainbrow bridge from the 150 meters height observatory at Tokyo Tower.
Second view over Tokyo bay and the Rainbrow bridge. This time from Tokyo Tower's observatory platform at 250 meters height.
First panorama of skyscrapers from the lower observatory at Tokyo Tower at an height of 150 meters above ground.
Second skyscraper panorama from Tokyo Tower. This time taken from the higher observatory at an height of 250 meters above ground.
Tokyo Tower hiding behind some bright cherry blossom.
Standing in front of Tokyo Tower looking up to the top.
These hi-tech Japanese toilets feel odd. One word of advice: Keep sitting once you feel the water, else you'll end up with a fountain in the restroom.
An information sign about Mount Fuji, with Mt. Fuji at the background.
Autumn view of Mount Fuji.
Panorama view from Mount Fuji.
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