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  • Tokyo Tower

    Tokyo Tower
    The Tokyo Tower is one of the most famous tourist spots in Tokyo.
  • Top of the Lomography World: The Bird's-Eye View in Tokyo Workshop ended over 5 years ago

    Top of the Lomography World: The Bird's-Eye View in Tokyo Workshop
    Join us in Tokyo for a Bird's-Eye view look of the lush city and re-interpret the movie 'Lost in Translation!'
  • Moving Scenes in Tokyo Tour and Workshop ended over 5 years ago

    Moving Scenes in Tokyo Tour and Workshop
    Join us in Tokyo as we take an exciting, fun-filled analogue tour in places where people depart for traveling!
  • Lomographic Date Course - Lomography Gallery Shop Tokyo ended over 5 years ago

    Lomographic Date Course - Lomography Gallery Shop Tokyo
  • "Pretty in Pink" Promotions at our Lomography Gallery Stores

    We got pink, pink and yes, even more pink! In the coming weeks we are celebrating everything and anything that is pink. Why pink? It all started some weeks ago when we introduced the newest "Diana F+ clone Mr Pink.":http://shop.lomography.com/go/?where=shop&pro=dmr We started to see pink everywhere we turned - and frankly we loved it! And so the pink madness spread from Lomoquarters and has now effectively infected our "Gallery Stores":http://shop.lomography.com/content/shop/stores/stores/ all over the world.
  • Lomography Gallery Stores in 2008

    Lomography Gallery Stores in 2008
    This year we saw the expansion of the Lomography Gallery stores, mostly in Asia. Therefore we are looking forward to the opening of another brand new Lomography Gallery Store in the Big Apple!
  • This Was Lomography 2008

    This Was Lomography 2008
    Without a doubt, 2008 was chock-full of fun and inspiring analogue activities that kept everybody in the community snapping up their cameras and doing a bit of mingling and shopping as well. Hop in our Lomographic time machine and do a bit of reminiscing, shall we?
  • Konnichi wa, Diana Desu! Rumble Winner Announcement

    Konnichi wa, Diana Desu! Rumble Winner Announcement
    Japan is such a wonderful, culture-laden place and what else would add to your overall experience of the land of the rising sun than the "Diana+":http://www.lomography.com/diana ?
  • Russian Winter In Hong Kong

    Russian Winter In Hong Kong
    The fearsome Russian Winter just made its stop over at the Lomographic store in Hong Kong. Have a look and see what festivities went down!
  • Diana World Tour in Tokyo

    Diana World Tour in Tokyo
    The Diana World Tour is a travelling exhibition of all things Diana – including photo safaris, workshops, the immense “Detrich Collection”, delicious meals, and fairly out-of-control parties.
  • SETAGAYA KOEN

    SETAGAYA KOEN
    There's this park two stops from Shibuya station on the Tokyu line that is definitely worth visiting if you want to take a break from busy busy Tokyo. Full of trees, public pool(during the summer of course), a huge old train, a small train for kids, even a skate ramp with real pool coping is just a few things this park has to offer!!
  • Shinkansen (Tokyo)

    Shinkansen (Tokyo)
    While I write this story I am sitting in a regional Spanish train. He will take around two hours for a distance of around 200 kilometer from Valencia to Alicante. No comparison to the undisputed heavyweight champion of the rail-racing world: The Shinkansen.
  • Godzilla (Tokyo)

    Godzilla (Tokyo)
    One of the great heroes of mine surely is Godzilla. The big fellow from the seaside, who was created through atomic pollution by American evildoers in Japan. Hence Japan was bombed by A-bombs the whole multitude of nuclear pollution was a very relevant dramatic element. The character was created in 1950s and was instantly a major success in the Japanese Cinema. This is grand B-Movie-History. Up to date there have been 28 movies made and the next big thing lingers around the corner. Rumors say, that there will be another epic Japanese G-Film soon.
  • Shibuya (Tokyo)

    Shibuya (Tokyo)
    Tokyo is one of the largest and biggest metropolis in the world. And within the twenty-something districts there is the whole multitude of cultures and characters, which you can imagine. The most modern and young ward of Tokyo is Shibuya. Everyone above 25 years old is quite a vintage machine, but don’t hesitate to go there anyway. The place is crowded all day long and consists of giant department stores and specialists.
  • Karaoke-Box in Roppongi

    Karaoke-Box in Roppongi
    In my point of view Karaoke is such an important part of Japanese Popculture as Manga and Anime. Because the ambitious salary men of the island are working 24/7 they surely try to enjoy their free time at the max. Invented in the 70's the idea of making yourself a clown by singing your favourite songs in front of a large crowd. In Japan it is quite common to book entire karaoke boxes for some hours. Fixed by this idea we made this entertainment our program for new years eve. First we looked around Shinjuku, but nope. We found our spot in Roppongi, which is the new nightlife quarter of Tokyo. There are entire Karaoke-Buildings, that have boxes on several floors, which are decorated in movie- and music-themes. The rent of the box is paid per the amount of people singing. So this is reasonable, but cheap it isn’t. You also have to buy drinks, maybe you right away take the flatrate. In the box we needed 10 minutes to figure out the system to choose songs and we were anxious to get the action on like in “lost in translation”. Finally we figured out that there is a display which takes the orders and sends them to the prompter via Bluetooth. There is also a telephone-book-size instruction from which you can also choose songs.
  • Capsule Inn Akihabara

    Capsule Inn Akihabara
    Well, of course the king of all lodging possibilities is the capsule hotel. Something so unique it must be Japanese! The capsule hotel is the ultimate way to save room and money. As a guest you are leaving your belongings in a locker room and you will receive slipper and a bathrobe (yukata). In that sexy outfit you make your way up to your room, which is about 2m long and 1m wide.
  • Metro Tokyo/ Osaka

    Metro Tokyo/ Osaka
    Tokyo is a city of roughly 20 million inhabitants with all the suburbs included. Yet the city is not dying of car-pollution and noise-explosion, hence 80 percent of all traffic is done by public transport, which is generally breaking down to buses, JR (some sort of city train) and metro.
  • Grand Opening of the new Lomography Gallery Shop Tokyo ended almost 6 years ago

    Grand Opening of the new Lomography Gallery Shop Tokyo
    After ten years of Lomography in Japan, Tokyo is endowed with the country’s first Lomography Gallery Shop – a truly Analogue Space for Lomographic venture and cultural delicacies.
  • Live from the Lomography Gallery Shop Opening in Tokyo

    Live from the Lomography Gallery Shop Opening in Tokyo
    Ten years after establishing Lomography in Japan, one of its most active communities gathered to welcome a brand new Lomographic meeting point in Tokyo.
  • Grand Opening of the new Lomography Gallery Shop Tokyo

    Grand Opening of the new Lomography Gallery Shop Tokyo
    After ten years of Lomography in Japan, Tokyo is endowed with the country’s first Lomography Gallery Shop – a truly Analogue Space for Lomographic venture and cultural delicacies.