When I was last in Tokyo, Japan I decided to walk around the district of Asakusa with a fellow photographer. We had plans to meet up with some other photographers later in the evening, so we decided to explore this part of Tokyo to kill time and see if we could find some interesting photography opportunities. I’ve been to Asakusa several times but admittedly it had been a short while since I really spent a prolonged amount of time there. Needless to say, it was fun exploring one of the first districts that I had ever explored in Tokyo several years ago. After working our way through the crowds at the Sensoji Temple, breaking off into the smaller neighborhoods surrounding it, and having lunch in a random restaurant in the district, we decided to head to another district. To get there we decided to take a train on the Tokyo Metro. The Tokyo Metro for those that don’t know is basically a subway so all of the stations are underground. And while the station themselves are pretty standard fair when it comes to subway stations, they still catch my interest because of all of the leading line opportunities. So while we were waiting for our train to pull in, I decided to grab this shot. I liked how empty this part of platform number two looked along side the empty track and central pillars leading all the way into the train tunnel. What I especially liked though was this lone business man walking towards that part of the platform. It added a nice bit of contrast to the otherwise empty platform. Of course, on the other side there were some folks, but nevertheless, the lone man on my side was what I liked.