Tama River is located in the outskirts of west Tokyo. A large waterfall located upstream, and the cold water is surprisingly clear. There, you will find a wonderful landscape no identical to any of those you see today. At the same time, you will forget the fact that you are in Tokyo.
Address
Tama River, Ohtake Hinohara-mura Nisitama-gun, Tokyo, Japan
Current city: Tokyo
Yosuke Yajima, has won a prize in 1_WALL, the photo competition in Japan. He later held several solo exhibitions and also participated in group exhibitions inland. As an office worker, he has been producing his works at a place where you can be close to changes in both structure of Japanese culture and common sense. His works can be seen in Tinyvices, the web site of the world-famous curator, Tim Barber, USA.
 

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Daikanyama is a fashionable town which attracts young people. There are many stylish cafes. Coconara, a cafe & dining, is the place where they can enjoy art while they are eating and drinking. In the shop, there are tables which various artists have decorated. Artworks of the featured artist are displayed on the walls. You can see my work in this photograph.
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This is Salon de Cafe, where my friend brought me for my birthday. There is a sense of quality in this modern, welcoming shop. The service and atmosphere are also very good. The strawberry parfait in this cafe is very delicious. Please check it out once!
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Shibaura House is a unique workshop space in an office district. The building was designed by Kazuyo Sejima, an architect who has often worked outside of Japan. The first floor has self-published zines from all over the world, sent in by small publishers. It's kind of like a park: there are tables and chairs that anyone can sit on while looking at the zines. It's free of charge.
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The Tsukiji Market ( Chuo-ku ) If you want to eat Sushi, you should go to Tsukiji not Ginza. This is the biggest market in the world. You can get better quality fish than anywhere else. The auction and cleaning of big fish are worth seeing. I aways come by the first train, take some photo, eat rice bowl dishes.
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Amazing picnic spot in all seasons. During summer time, we usually bring in beers and food and just hang out there all day long. It’s nice to bring a speaker to listen to music, or any card games, or maybe a Frisbee. I also recommend Inokashira Park in Kichijoji as well.
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