If you’re gonna ask me what I would remember the most during my three-day jaunt in Japan, it would probably be the rain. It poured days and nights the whole time we were in the so-called Land of the Rising Sun. But it was not a deterrent for exploration. Drenched and soggy, we still braved the streets of Tokyo and Kanagawa as much as time would allow.
Japan used to be an unreachable dream that I thought would totally remain as a such. I’m totally indebted to Sony Philippines for picking me to follow Sony Alpha’s new camera ambassadors; Pilar Tuason, Manny Librodo and Pepe Diokno to Japan.
I’ve been using a Sony NEX5n camera since winning it from the KLM-DPP On Assignment: Europe a few years back and the Sony A77 and other lenses (I so love the E 10-18mm!)provided by Sony for this trip perfectly complimented it.
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Rainy Morning to Atago Shrine
Old Castles and Unending Rains
Rushing Lunch at Yumoto Fujiya Hotel
Reveries on Cemeteries
Mists and Trails at Hakone’s Fujiya Hotel
Braving Tokyo’s Underground
Rainy Nights at Shibuya Crossing
Two Nights at Tokyo’s Okura Hotel
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