Piece And Finger

Pieces of Japanese chess
Shot in the city of Shimbashi, Tokyo tetsuOzawa

People enjoyed playing Japanese Chess

When I got out of the train station, I found a crowd of people on the fringe of the square. So I wondered what they were doing there and approached. Many wooden boards were placed and they were playing Japanese Chess called 'SHOGI'. These boards were bigger than usual and the wooden pieces were also bigger.

Although many men were there, the place was silent because everybody played without a saying a word. And a man was just making a move.

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Where is Shimbashi?

PHOTO DATA

No

9868

Shooting Date

May 2016

Posted On

September 11, 2016

Place

Shimbashi, Tokyo

Genre

Street Photography

Camera

SIGMA DP2 MERRILL

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