Urban Geometry

¥28,000per session

Hotel pick-up

Hotel pick-up is NOT included in this photo adventure. Include it for an extra ¥8,000.

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Adventure Type


Max Size

2 people


4 hours






Professional photography instructor


Train Fare (~¥170)

Recommended Gear

18-55mm zoom lens or similar
Camera capable of manual modes

Black and White


Street Photography

What’s the Story?

Perceive light and shadow through the eyes of a master of high-contrast black and white street photography. Sunlight, stripes, tiles, architectural elements—all inspire dramatic compositions of leadings lines and repeating patterns. People occupy these geometric compositions as stark silhouettes—the human form becoming inextricable from the urban geometry.

What We’ll Shoot

Locating ideal subjects for such a specific style of street photography is half the battle. You’ll be taken to ideal spots for creating high-contrast monochrome images and coached on the ideal settings for creating the iconic effect. Feedback on composition, framing, and timing will also help you produce photographs that capture decisive moments in the streets.

Where We’ll Explore

Architecturally rich areas are plentiful in Tokyo, but we have narrowed down the course to three main locations. We begin in Ebisu, with its sprawling Garden Place painted in shadows cast by its trellised canopy. Next, we head to Roppongi for a few hidden spots before entering the impressive National Art Center to take advantage of its massive glass facade, and the shadows it casts. Finally, we’ll head to Yurakucho for an exploration of the hidden depths of the Tokyo International Forum.

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We meet in front of the turnstiles at the East Exit in JR Ebisu station.

In the case that you have booked a hotel pick-up, please ignore these instructions. Your guide will be at your hotel at the booked start time.

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