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Here's Part 3 of Tōkyō, covering Day 4 and focusing primarily on Kamakura, a suburb of Yokohama and Tōkyō and the former seat of the Shogunate.
The nighttime shots are back in central Tōkyō, mostly Asakusa and Shibuya.
Tokyo: the City Where Everyone is Ridiculously Fashionable. But seriously, great pictures. Tokyo is my favorite city in the world, and every day I long to go back. However, since I have not made immediate plans to do so, I guess I'll just have to travel there through your pictures.