From July 2007 to August 2011, I traveled several times to Japan. I had long been fascinated with the culture of the Land of the Rising Sun. Throughout these travels, my stops in Tokyo rarely lasted longer than three days, sometimes only a single day. 72 hours can be both a lot , or very little time. Urgency is an extraordinary way to reconsider our notion of time, the time needed to soak up the energy of the sprawling megalopolis and take a take a few pictures for this project that took shape over the course of these short visits.
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