Japan, Shibuya Crossing

My Sunday Photo – Japan Flashback

My Sunday Photo for this week is a flashback to our last visit to Japan.

Why am I digging through the archives for this week’s photo? Because this week we finally took the plunge and booked our end of year trip to Japan!

I cannot tell you how excited I am! Japan is one of my absolute, all-time favourite countries to visit. It is a place that I highly recommend everyone visits at some point in their life.

Our last trip was several years ago now, and it was before Hannah was born. We have been contemplating this adventure for a while, but we chickened out a couple of times last year because we felt that Hannah was just to young to enjoy it. This time, however, we were brave enough to give it a go!

This photo is of the famous Shibuya Crossing. It is my understanding that it is the busiest pedestrian crossing in the world. This photo gives you an indication of just how many people use it throughout the day. It was not even taken at a peak time. Click on the photo to enlarge.

Hopefully you enjoy photos of Japan, because by the end of the year, Blog Of Dad’s My Sunday Photo will be full of them!

 

Photalife

10 thoughts on “My Sunday Photo – Japan Flashback

  1. Oh wow, that is an impressive shot and you say that’s not peak hours? Just amazing! Works very well indeed in B&W. Hope you have an amazing trip out there. #MySundayphoto

    1. Thanks John! It is an amazing place. Hopefully we can find some of the quitter parts of Japan this time, as we will have a little toddler with us this time.

  2. I love everything Japanese but I’ve never been. My daughter hopes to visit one day, she’s been to the USA alone so I’m sure she could handle going to Japan. I’ll look forward to seeing all your new photo’s from your holiday, how exciting!
    #mysundayphoto

    1. I don’t think she would have much trouble in Japan. As long as she has a few of the basic words and is respectful, she would be fine!

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