These images were mostly taken in and around Yokohama and Tokyo with my Canon F-1 (1978 version). I used Kodak Kodachrome 25 and on occasion some Kodak Ektachrome 64 (I believe). They are in no particular order and will jump around quite a bit in both year taken and location. Enjoy!
Early morning commuter at the Yokohama train station.
Cute little spot of color at Ueno Zoo Tokyo.
Pigeon racing – Ueno Zoo Tokyo.
In keeping with red clothing as the central theme, my lovely wife Carol at Sankei-en (Gardens) in Naka-ku Yokohama. The admission was about .45 cents US for an adult which made visiting Sankei-en a regular past time for us.
Motomachi shopping street Yokohama, Kanagawa Prefecture. A favorite spot for shopping. As always, the local police assisting lost citizens.
“You watchin’ me… I’m watchin’ YOU”! Watchful shop dog in Honmoku, Naka-ku.
Fast service at a local shopping “street”. A very small back street in Sugita just down the street from the then JNR station. Yokohama, Isogo Ward (Isogo-ku).
Daily shopping along the street in Sugita.
Lovely flower shop ladies in Honmoku (where we lived in Yokohama).
At Sankei-en in Honmoku. Fussing with his gear to capture the perfect sakura picture.
Young customer meets experienced toy vendor. I believe at Ueno Zoo Tokyo.
Yep, Mickey D’s in Yokohama.
Number 8 bus in Yokohama. The driver keeps his eye on me.
Iconic view in Japan. A professional bus driver and his clean white gloves.
On the road to Mt. Fuji. Taken by Carol with her Canon AE-1.
As always we thank you for your visit. We enjoy sharing some of our images from when we lived in Japan in the late 1970s.
Chris and Carol… and BTW, Merry Christmas!!! ^.^