Tokyo, no... Osaka Street Shots: The Living Gallery (SPECIAL EDITION)

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Tokyo Street Shots - Osaka Edition
• Collection 2 - SET #4 • 
[COLLECTION 1 IS HERE]

The usual intro follows below, but first, note that these 10 Tokyo Street Shots from AkihabaraNews contributing writer & photographer Nayalan Moodley are in fact Osaka Street Shots. Just, you know, giving a little love to the Kansai region and spicing things up a bit. Enjoy!

-Ed.

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AkihabaraNews is Japan & Asia tech; the cool and cultural that only a boots-on-the-ground team can deliver. Our editors and contributors also provide perspective on everyday life: meeting the people, eating the foodtaking the train, using the tech, and walking the streets of this pulsating seethe of technology and social structure that, with approximately 36 million metro area inhabitants, is far and away the world’s largest city. Ever. With this project, we hope to share a little more of that.

The Living Gallery 
Each week, AkihabaraNews editors set out to collect 10 high-res shots of public Tokyo life. Some scream and grab the eye, some are subtle and nuanced, even mundane.

Reader submissions are also quite welcome: email your high-res Tokyo street shots, past or present, to info@, subject: TSS. Include your name and we’ll give you a shout out in the post.

Tokyo Street Shots are posted in mid-res here at the site, and high-res on Flickr. Leave a comment. Make a request. Share. Enjoy.

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All Local Galleries Here - AkihabaraNews on Flickr - Tokyo Street Shots Collection 1

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Photos: Nayalan Moodley, AKA DarcNoodles - Darc.jp

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