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  • Tokyo, Japan. August, 2009.
     Travel photographs by Rob Sheridan.
  • Tokyo is easily my all-time favorite city to visit. Every time I go there I immerse myself in endless exploration and always discover new and amazing things. On my most recent trip I finally visited the world famous Tsukiji Fish Market, and was blown away by its enormity. I ate at a prison-themed restaurant, stopped in at my favorite vintage gaming store, saw the giant Gundam robot, and, thanks to a friend at Pink Tentacle, discovered an absolutely incredible vintage shopping mall in Odaiba. Walking through another culture's nostalgia is surreal to say the least.
  • Sunrise over Shibuya.
  • Tsukiji Fish Market.
  • Giant tuna auctions at the Tsukiji Fish Market.
  • A prime tuna can sell for around $20,000 USD.
  • An auction winner carts away his prize.
  • Tsukiji Fish Market.
  • Tsukiji Fish Market.
  • Tsukiji Fish Market.
  • Tsukiji Fish Market.
  • Above the Japanese coast, with Tokyo visible in the distance.
  • Giant, animatronic 1:1 scale Gundam robot on display temporarily in Odaiba.
    Thousands come each night to see it in person.
  • Tokyo Bay.
  • A vintage arcade in Odaiba.
  • Old Pachinko machines at a vintage arcade in Odaiba.
  • A vintage arcade in Odaiba.
  • A vintage arcade in Odaiba.
  • Vintage shopping mall in Odaiba.
  • "Uncle Sam."
  • Kabutomushi - Japanese rhinoceros beetles - for sale at a beetle shop in Odaiba.
    Raising rhinoceros beetles is a popular hobby amongst Japanese children. The beetles are sometimes made to fight each other in tiny rings.
    Large beetles can sell for thousands of dollars.
  • Sunrise over Shinjuku.
  • Akihabara, "Electric Town," a geek's shopping paradise.
  • Browsing vintage video games at "Super Potato" in Akihabara, a mecca for retro gaming.
  • Vintage Famicom (the Japanese equivalent of NES) cartridges at Super Potato in Akihabara.
  • Vintage Nintendo consoles for sale at Super Potato in Akihabara.
  • Super Potato's top floor is a makeshift arcade featuring classic games.
  • Playing classic games at Super Potato's arcade.
  • A chair built out of old Famicom cartridges at Super Potato.
  • A jail cell dining room at "Alcatraz," a mental hospital theme restaurant in Shibuya.
  • The kitchen at Alcatraz theme restaurant.