Tokyo, Japan, the rush hour

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Tokyo, Japan, the rush hour JoannaPoland13
Tokyo city DarrenCornwall, England12
Among residents of Tokyo, this location is known as "Shinjuku Oh-ga-do" (the big girder bridge of Shinjuku) or simply "Oh-ga-do". It is near Shinjuku station in Tokyo. The big street is called Ome-kaido on this side, Yasukuni-dori/Shinjuku-dori on the other side as it splits into two. Ahead and to the left is Kabuki-cho, one of the busiest restaurant and bar district in Japan. Shinjuku station is to the right of the photo, where the yellow train came from. The train is JR model 103 (with ATC) which was transferred to Sobu-line local from Yamanote-line when the latter got upgraded to newer cars (model 205) in the late ‘80s. Most automobiles seem to be from the mid to late '80s. There is one 8th generation Nissan Skyline (the dark blue or black car waiting on the right turn lane under the girder) which came out in '89. Tokyo boyTokyo4

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