When I arrived in Tokyo two years ago to pursue a career abroad as a creative, one thing struck me from the beginning: the capital of Japan portraits itself as two different cities. During daytime, the metropole is dominated by all sorts of people, busy salarymen in their formal attire rushing to catch their trains in the complex train system, locals traversing the streets, and foreigners admiring the entirety of Tokyo.
In the evening, it quietly turns into a completely different world filled with neon lights, glowing billboards and everyone looking for leisure to forget about their otherwise busy lives. . boredpanda.com