Tokyo station resembles the scenery of a film set from the 1920s. With its inspired European architecture, lighting and breeze atmosphere, it invites you to dream of a Japan that no longer exist but that we all yearn for.
Bombed during WWII it wasn’t until 2012 that it will be restored to its former glory to commemorate the 100th anniversary of its existence.
And the surroundings of the Tokyo station do not disappoint.
At my arrival to the Imperial Palace I saw the merge of the new and old. All in one
The Imperial palace guarded by thousand samurai souls
Everything in Tokyo glows mystery.
Originally published at consult-culture.com on December 7, 2017.