• The first photo of this article is close to this, actually I practiced quite a bit the style of photography taking like this photo. I don't look through the viewfinder, just holding the camera and simply time the shot, calculating and setting distance roughly ahead of time, so it would be almost in focus somewhat. I think this is a valid approach as one of the ways to use Leica M. It's necessary to practice shooting by this method, but once I get the hang of it, it becomes enjoyable to take photos this way.
  • The living room originally used to be shared place between me and my grandma. But now, there's only me alone. Except the fact there's Yuzu-san living with, it's a complete solo life in human terms. There're three rooms other than the living room in my house, it's too much for me living alone. So rooms now I use are only the living room and a room which used to be my room as a bed room. This is a photo of my workspace in the living room after moving.
  • And here I was again at the sushi restaurant. Yes, the sushi restaurant I visited for the first time last week, "Uoshin". Because sushi I had last week was incredibly delicious... I only had 6 pieces of sushi and a cup of miso soup with seaweed, but the sushi toppings were incredibly thick as well as the last time and I got full with just those. Thanks for the meal.
  • By the way, I'm finally writing this as an article today, but developing the photos taken itself was actually finished quite early.
  • I pray that next time I go to Kabukicho, my health will be a little better. My friend sent me a message to check on my safety because she was worried, but I couldn't reply because my iPhone went missing, which made her even more worried in addition. Well... it was that kind of day.
  • I come to this city by car, so I feel the taxi drivers who're constantly driving in this city are incredible. Just like this photo, there's often only the 20cm or 30cm distance between their cars driven and people walking.
  • Recently I and my friend had been talking about a sushi restaurant we wanted to go someday, and we managed to make a reservation there. Well, it was awesome. We had incredibly delicious sushi and more. The restaurant is called "Uoshin" and it's located right behind the TOHO Building in Kabukicho.
  • It started raining. When I was taking shelter from the rain, I looked up and realized that a celling was a mirror, so I took a photo of myself for the first time in a long while.
  • I wonder it's thanks to this city that it makes me think about things I wouldn't usually think about. I work in the tech industry which's digital, but I think it would be much better to have a more relaxed and inclusive approach where various things are ambiguous and that ambiguity is also tolerated rather than the tone we often see setting a clear divide if it's justice or evil like black and white.
  • Moreover, I felt sick and my brain got not to work well, so I left my iPhone at the restaurant where I was with my friend. In addition, my Apple Watch ran out of battery, so I ended up to be unable to look for where my iPhone was when I realized it.
  • I caught a cold. It's a long weekend and actually I had some plans to hang out with my friend, but I had to cancel everything. Instead of that, I spend all day long at home with Yuzu-san together. Not bad.
  • I got into the Kabukicho Tower for the first time. I went in to go to bathroom, but the view catched my eyes at the moment I entered was this, so I was overwhelmed.
  • I had a plan to go to Kabukicho as usual on this day. However, when I checked the weather during the day, heavy rain was forecasted until just before the meeting time. I was worried that the shooting would be in the rain like last time again. However, the rain had stopped by the time I arrived and my concerns were unfounded. It made me feel relieved.
  • I was taking photos in Kabukicho as usual on this day as well, but I happened to encounter a really unpleasant scene. Though I won't go into details, it involves male host bar staff. I have no intention to write everything is bad, but I wonder if there's anything to deal with annoying things that really hurt people's feelings when seeing them.
  • It's rare to see people smoking while walking nowadays even in Kabukicho. However, usually I only see people wearing dark clothing, but I saw a lot of people wearing unusually white clothing on this day. Is it because it's Christmas? Or is it because it was cold and everyone was wearing coats, and many of those coats happen to be white?
  • I had a loss of appetite that had been continuing since around last December, but it's finally starting getting better a little bit. By the way, I heard that Tsurutontan which I often go, is now closed for renovation until the end of February. There was a notice posted in front of the restaurant when I passed by. I wonder going back again after the renovation work is finished?
  • I took a photo of the desk from the sofa side. I took a photo of the desk from the sofa side. I really want to tidy up cables, but I can't arrange them well. By the way, all the potted plants inside the room are imitation ones because it would be so bad if Yuzu-san nibbled on real ones and get sick.

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Dont' call this "Blog", please.

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Dont' call this "Blog", please.

Photos
Not works of art. What I saw.

Biography
Introduction.

Born in Niigata pref, Japan, on April 17th, 1984. Living in Tokyo. A board member of a company called "Atotok Inc", working as a creative director.

My first name "Nobuyuki" is my very important name that was given by my loving grandpa. I'm the one who creates Anonyz whimsically. Pink and red hair is identify of mine whose family name is "Sato" that is very common in Japan, like Smith in the U.S.

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I keep on thinking something...

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I keep on thinking something...

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A lot more photos are there.

Biography
Introduction.

Born in Niigata pref, Japan, on April 17th, 1984. Living in Tokyo. A board member of a company called "Atotok Inc", working as a creative director.

My first name "Nobuyuki" is my very important name that was given by my loving grandpa. I'm the one who creates Anonyz whimsically. Pink and red hair is identify of mine whose family name is "Sato" that is very common in Japan, like Smith in the U.S.