A moment when suddenly nothing seemed to make sense anymore?
With its red light district, shops and seemingly endless selection of bars and eateries, Shinjuku really does seem to have something for everyone. And if that wasn’t enough, it’s also a destination that’s incredibly easy to get to, situated as it is by the world’s busiest train station; a staggering 3.5 million travellers or so passing through there everyday.
Some of whom use it as a place to head out from, whereas others end up using it as a place to get their head down.
It is definitely not the kind of light that Audrey Hepburn is usually lit up in, but at the same time, it’s arguably a much more interesting sight because of it.
There’s only one problem with having a seemingly infinite number of bars and eateries to choose from; namely which one will it be tonight?
Due to its highly toxic nature, Fugu (or pufferfish) has become one of Japan’s most infamous and well known delicacies. A danger that in many ways isn’t exaggerated either, as 23 people have died after eating it in the last decade or so.
What isn’t recorded, however, is that fugu die too. Sometimes in lonely, but also very public, places.