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Futuristic Images Of Tokyo Which Trapped Two Photographers

Damjan Cvetkov Dimitrov and Nina Geometrieva spent a few days in the bustling metropolis of Tokyo. Their first stay was the Nakagin Tower, a capsule hotel based on compact minimalism where the exterior perfectly matches the interior.

During their time in Tokyo, they wanted to explore popular places and big skyscrapers as well as the darkest and most marginal street corners. In their photo series called “Tōkyō Desu”, they captured all these places and the diversity of architecture. Enjoy the images below and feel free to follow Damjan Cvetkov Dimitrov and Nina Geometrieva on their Instagram profiles.

Moe: Damjan Cvetkov Dimitrov, Nina Geometrieva, Medium

Nakagin Tower

Enjoying the view from a bullseye window at Nakagin Tower.

First stay in Nakagin Tower.

A narrow, dark alley at night.

Countless windows in perfect symmetry.

View of a nocturnal Tokyo.

Nocturnal mood in Tokyo.

Minimalist urban architecture.

Seemingly perfect geometric facades dominate the townscape.

View over a smoggy city.

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