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Taken at Shibamata, a district of Katsushika, Tokyo. It is rather known as the location site of the Japanese movie series "Otoko wa Tsurai yo" (男はつらいよ-(lit. 'It's Tough Being a Man'))

[Anthony T.], Alt03d, ~4fun~, and 61 other people added this photo to their favorites.

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  1. Joey . Yu 64 months ago | reply

    a gd representation and great pespective!

  2. Marple Rosenow 64 months ago | reply

    Fantastic shot !
    I miss Japanese noodles.

  3. 1davidstella 64 months ago | reply

    You are a 4tografier!

    Tag:.. "4tografie"

  4. Our Hero 64 months ago | reply

    Wonderful. Very poetic.

  5. BurrodeOaxaca. 64 months ago | reply

    excelent composition!!

  6. du anle 64 months ago | reply

    great composition, really like it in bw.

  7. AISHA AL-MUHANNADI 64 months ago | reply

    Wow my friend
    what can i say for u
    u are more than best
    love the shot
    i'am big fan of u
    and sorry caz long time i didnt visit ur pro

  8. *Focus 64 months ago | reply

    Nice catch... great perspective.

  9. José X 64 months ago | reply

    beautiful life moment !

  10. giovdim 64 months ago | reply

    Lovely moment to capture.There is a secret hiden from the camera.

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  12. Tonio0707 64 months ago | reply

    great capture, good observation !

  13. dirk glassly 63 months ago | reply

    love this paradoxical moment of insight. A moment, yet (not being able to read Japanese script) I guess this could be any time in the last 50 years?

  14. iris_muni 63 months ago | reply

    Interesting and mysterious shot!

  15. mithrandir3 63 months ago | reply

    Yes, what's going on here will remain some mystery forever? ;) That reminds me a little of this one.

  16. Slim Letaief 63 months ago | reply

    Outstanding BW Photography..Interesting gallery too , thanks for sharing.

  17. Steph Doran 60 months ago | reply

    Ive only just become a flickr user, but Ive been looking at your shots for a while now. Beautiful work... the small details bring back memories of my travels.

  18. B.l.u.e.S.k.y. 49 months ago | reply

    your stream is so interesting. I always have more chances to appreciate more and more fresh, modern but, at the same time, something antique Japanese mood when I come here... thank you!

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