Sundays at Ginza

Once the most expensive shopping avenue in the world, Ginza is made of wide avenues shaded by skycrapers. Built four centuries ago for trade, it now serves the high end of the market as all luxury brands are represented here. Sundays are special since the main street is closed to traffic, giving a nice stroll to glamorous ladies in search of the latest fashion items. Not many customers seem to visit the lottery stand though, do they really need it anyways ?  (click on pictures for high res)

All pictures taken with Leica M8 and 35mm Lux Asph

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