Looking up, I saw a pedestrian bridge connecting Shinjuku Takashimaya and Kinokuniya Bookstore. On the pedestrian bridge, I could see people walking. The people were silhouetted against the soft afternoon sun. Compared to the thriving department stores, the number of people heading to the bookstores seemed to be small. I wondered if this large bookstore would soon be buried in the wave of e-books.
On the other side of the pedestrian bridge was the large building of Shinjuku Southern Tower. It looked as if it was looking down on the pedestrian bridge. For a large building, I, who was looking up at it from below, might be as insignificant as the dust flying on the ground.
|Jun 2016 IN THE CITY TOKYO|
|FIGURE PEDESTRIAN BRIDGE SHINJUKU SILHOUETTE|
June 23, 2016
June 14, 2021
SIGMA DP2 MERRILL