Tokyo is known for its chaotic streets and urban jungle infrastructure that would put New York City to shame; however, there is a more serene side to the hectic city as is shown in this alluring Tokyo photo series.
Showing the audience a more relaxed and somewhat lazy-looking side to the city that seems to never stop for a breath, this Tokyo photo series by Australian
photographer Ben Clement is shockingly quiet. Unlike most photographers who always fixate on the overstimulated side of the city, this peaceful series shows a completely novel side to the city.
"Tokyo is this super interesting culture that is hard to pinpoint. It’s super easy to get around and the strangest encounters are around every corner," says Clement.
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