Nighttime in Tokyo is just as busy as any other time in this city. The city never sleeps, and if anything, it feels even busier at night with all the bright flashing lights from traffic, billboards, and other advertisements. Like a moth to a flame, your eyes are drawn into the bright lights.
I took this shot while walking back to my hotel after a long day of sightseeing. Leaving the Shinjuku train station there is a pedestrian overpass that takes you to a plaza filled with Christmas lights (this was taken in December). This is the view from that overpass. The towers in the distant background are the Tokyo’s government buildings (aka city hall). They’re the tallest buildings in the metropolis, though you can barely make them out in the dark night sky.
The shot was taken hand-held, probably resting on a railing, I can’t remember exactly.