I’m delighted to continue on with my ‘Faces of’ series and take you to Japan. These photos all come from my first visit in April 2011. Still in some ways feels like yesterday. Hope you enjoy.
Final night before flying off I went to a karaoke bar and had an utter blast in Roppongi. Met some lovely people too.
A youngster at the bus depot in Kyoto.
This geisha or maiko was standing outside a show in Kyoto collecting donations for the tsunami of March 2011, less than a month after it had occurred.
These guys were from on a tram in Hiroshima. They are Mormons looking to spread the word.
This couple were at an underground station in Kyoto. How could I NOT ask for their photo?
Cosplayers at Kyoto’s Manga Museum.
Faces of some of the dead from the world’s first-dropped atomic bomb on Hiroshima.
Despite not being able to read Japanese, I was moved somehow by a series of ‘missing persons’ flyers on my first day in Japan – Kyoto.
Friendly staff at the hostel in Hiroshima.
Thanks for stopping by today – May the Journey Never End!