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A Snowy Winter Day in Tokyo

It rarely snows heavily in Tokyo. In my three years living in the city, there's been an average of one or two days per year where it really comes down.

This year, I made sure to grab my camera and take some shots on the way home and around my neighborhood.

 A couple shares an umbrella under the snow near Ochanomizu.

A couple shares an umbrella under the snow near Ochanomizu.

 A Keio line train departs Sasazuka station bound for Hashimoto.

A Keio line train departs Sasazuka station bound for Hashimoto.

 A Kuroneko Yamato delivery man delivering packages on a bicycle in the thick snow in Setagaya.

A Kuroneko Yamato delivery man delivering packages on a bicycle in the thick snow in Setagaya.

 A Keio train headed for Hashimoto pulls into Shimotakaido station. [ BUY GLASS PRINT ]

A Keio train headed for Hashimoto pulls into Shimotakaido station. [BUY GLASS PRINT]

 A man makes his way home through the snow on his bicycle in Shimotakaido, Setagaya. [ BUY GLASS PRINT ]

A man makes his way home through the snow on his bicycle in Shimotakaido, Setagaya. [BUY GLASS PRINT]

 A taxi navigates a narrow street in Setagaya.

A taxi navigates a narrow street in Setagaya.


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