Exploring Tokyo’s secret passages after dark

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Photographer Franck Bohbot‘s series Tokyo Murmurings takes a closer look at the city’s rather kitsch backstreets. He explains: “At night, the Japanese capital sleeps deeply but isn’t drowned in darkness nor lost in silence.

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