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What does the capital of Japan look like at night? On the streets, look at the wristwatch, say goodbye and head towards the train station. The last late-night commuters are making their way home.
In the city center many thousands, actually millions people line. You'll lose yourself in the bubbling jumble of this amazing megalopolis, the buzzing mix of shopaholics, gamers, outsiders, gourmets, drinkers, dancers and gazers. Locals and strangers are entranced by the light and life of nocturnal Tokyo.
You will be fascinated by the sheer number of people, the variety of experiences. And they will realize how right the words of the writer Haruki Murakami are: time moves in a special way in the Japanese capital at night.
Construction work in full swing
Illuminated side street in the Japanese capital
Colorful bustle in the Japanese metropolis
A view of the rainy streets of Tokyo
At night, the city comes to life
Small bistros and skyscrapers
Small streets and a lot of charm
Shops and signs in Japanese
With a population of 2 million, the streets are always crowded
Restaurants offer a variety of treats anytime - day or night
Restaurants and takeaway food
Even at night there are open souvenir shops
Photos: Masashi Wakui