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Indeed, should be even better in colour?

Question: Where is the location shown in the third image? No.1 probably is Asakusa Nakamise, in front of the Sakai arts shop, No. 2 the shopping arcade close to Marunouchi subway station.

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3 hours ago, AndreasG said:

Indeed, should be even better in colour?

Question: Where is the location shown in the third image? No.1 probably is Asakusa Nakamise, in front of the Sakai arts shop, No. 2 the shopping arcade close to Marunouchi subway station.

If I had taken these with the M10 they may indeed have been better in colour. Not an option here, as I'm (mostly) carrying my M10M these days. 

The third photo is from Asakusa. The second is outside the Ginza Inz shopping arcade, so, closer to Ginza station, or Yurakucho, than to Marunouchi. Where are your favoured hunting grounds in Tokyo, Mr G?

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Thank you @nodrog, I apologize, I was not aware that you used a monochrome camera. My hunting grounds cover entire Tokyo, where I lived for almost 30 years, but early 2020 after retirement I returned to Germany, missing Japan and Tokyo a lot, hopefully I can return later this year, when the Corona issue has been resolved. Some typical Leica photos you find here:

 

Best regards

Andreas

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