Shake Shack, Tokyo


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Street Photography, Tokyo, Japan, Black and White, Monochrome, Fujifilm X-T2 Shake Shack, Toyko

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17 comments

  1. One in Tokyo, not surprising.

    We don’t have a Shake Shack locally, but there are a couple locations in the Denver Metro area. In-and-Out, though, will be coming to our area either next year or in 2021. 🙂

  2. Lovely mood shot, Jane. I love the leading lines drawing us in.

  3. very sleek….clean…love it!!

  4. Strong lines (escalator and vertical smaller lines – men and walls) . Excellent composition. I also love this kind of photos. Very Nice!!

  5. LOL! never heard of Shake Shack – I don’t get out that much! – but I do like the picture, Jane, very much my idea of people dwarfed by artificial environments / cityscapes. A 🙂

    • That’s funny, Adrian. It was such a big deal in NYC and now internationally. I’m happy you like this image, I loved seeing it. Obviously, these folks aren’t that excited about Shake Shack. 🙂 Thanks so much!

  6. I guess even the hard-working Japanese cannot keep the Shake Shack from disappearing into the wall. 😉 Nice one Jane!

  7. Ate at my first Shake Shake last week, great burger!

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