Every summer I look forward to my yearly trip to Tokyo to visit my wife’s family and basically do nothing but relax, eat delicious food, and spend time with my family. But I’ve developed a habit of taking some time to myself every year to play around photographically, and stretch myself to try new things. It’s just one more way I enjoy the trip every year. This year’s experiment moved to time-lapse video, something I’ve moved heavily into in the last 18 months and an aspect of my work that I enjoy more and more. So let me take you on a bit of a tour through the city that has become my second home. From Odaiba and it’s wonderful views of the Rainbow Bridge, to trendy Shibuya and the busiest pedestrian crossing in the world. Views of the famous Eiffel Tower “tribute” called Tokyo tower, the sleepy neighborhood of Akatsuka, and a ride on many of the trains that make up the city’s amazing mass transit system. Hope you enjoy, and if you’re ever going I may have a suggestion or two for you. Stay tuned for part 2: Hong Kong!