His Photos Of Japanese Street Life Have An Unusual Twist, Can You Guess What It Is?
Japan maintains a fine line between age-old tradition and the world of high-end, state-of-the-art technology. Photographer, Takashi Yasui, has photographed the collision of these two worlds on the streets of this stunning country. Yasui shares the contrast of women wearing their classic silk kimonos while others are in western attire. This only adds to the allure of this fascinating culture.
Yasui says photography is more than just pleasure for him, "it is a passion.” It is easy to get lost in the images and feel like we are a part of this rich and colorful place. Most of the photos are taken in Tokyo, Osaka, and Kyoto.
He only took up photography as a hobby five years ago. Yasui learned the craft on his own by following other photographers on Instagram. Now he is a freelancer who has made a name for himself capturing everyday life in his native Japan.
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