A fuzzy image taken during the early morning shows rooftops in the city.
An urban street cut down the middle by streetcar tracks. Japan's first streetcar was opened in 1895 in Kyoto.
Two parked buses are stationed outside a bus terminal in front of a large building.
The Main Mitsui Bank building was constructed by the American James Stewart & Co and finished in 1902, although it had to be rebuilt in 1929 after the Great Earthquake due to damage.
Street traffic near the main Mitsui Bank in Tokyo moves across the streetscape.
The Japanese flag waves above a long, three-story government building. The flag is called Nisshōki (sun-mark flag) in Japanese, but is more commonly known as Hinomaru (circle of the sun).
The Japanese National Diet building is the center of this out of focus photo.
Posters advertising movies and a cabaret festoon a wall in Ikebukuro near the transit station.
The Kabukiza theatre was rebuilt after its destruction during World War Two, maintaining the original 1924 appearance. It was demolished in 2010.
The Avant Theater in the Ikebukuro section of Tokyo with a sign stating that a burlesque show called Nude and Play is showing.
A row of shopfronts decorated with windchimes and signage stands out on a busy street.
The Ginza, 4 chōme intersection, is a central intersection in the Ginza district, Tokyo.
Cars fill a parking lot at Tokyo's main train station.
People go about their daily lives in this photo of a dirt road lined by a few buildings.
A man on a bicycle carries a towering load of dishes and food containers, quite probably soba.
Asano Sushi and the Yoneya Inn were located in Ikebukuro, Tokyo, which is now a well-known otaku center, particularly geared toward the female otaku culture.
The headquarters building of the First Cavalry Division served as headquarters for operations in Manila, Tokyo, and Pyongyang while located in Tokyo.
This was taken during the construction of a National Defense Agency building, which was built originally by the United States but given to Japan for Japanese use within a few years of its construction.
Three flag poles with flags waving in the wind dominate an urban landscape.