During my last visit to Tokyo, I was lucky enough to visit the Tokyo Station. Of course I’ve visited this station several times in previous travels, but this was my first time to see the new renovations to the station since they had been completed. They had been working long and hard for many years and it was almost weird to see the station without the white construction halls around the inside and outside of the building. But now I can say that I’ve seen such a beautifully designed structure and how they’re hard work has really paid off. One thing that caught my attention immediately upon entering the Marunouchi South Exit was the high ceiling within the tower. The architecture and design was so beautiful and symmetrical that I, along with what seemed like every resident and tourist, with a camera couldn’t stop staring up at the great center. It was like watchful eye, looking down and enjoying the attention that it was getting from everyone. My only wish is that there wasn’t that mesh fence covering up the ceiling, but I suppose it’s necessary to keep stray pigeons from setting up camp up there. Fake birds is all that’s allowed up there. He he. I can’t wait to go back, maybe with a fisheye, so that I can shoot the entire interior properly.