"Twilight Yurakucho to Tokyo via Keihin-Tohoku Line" (100511Tu-1831)
Right side window view on a Keihin-Tohoku Line train running from Yurakucho Station to Tokyo Station - running in parallel with an inbound Shinkansen train, which is also pulling into Tokyo Station. After getting off at Tokyo, taking the stairs down for a transfer.
夕方京浜東北線で有楽町駅から東京駅までに行く - 隣に新幹線が走っている 東京
"Outbound Chuo Line Platform at Shinjuku - 6:51 p.m." (100511Tu-1851)
Getting off of an outbound Chuo Line train at Shinjuku Station, looking at conditions on the platform, and then watching the train depart.
"Shinjuku - Southeast Exit to South Exit" (100511Tu-1857)
Exiting Shinjuku Station from the Southeast Exit and then walking through a shopping passageway to the South Exit. Being just before 7:00 p.m., it's fairly crowded.
"Shinjuku - Japan's Most Crowded Train Station" (100511Tu-1900)
Walking through the area in front of the South Exit of Shinjuku Station at 7:00 p.m. Shinjuku has the highest number of people passing through it in Japan. Watching this video, keep in mind that this is just one exit - the East and West exits have about the same number of people passing through. There are also other, less crowded exits.
新宿駅 - 日本のもっとも込んでいる駅 東京
"Shinjuku - West Side Crossing in Rain" (100511Tu-1902)
Walking up to a crossing in Nishi-Shinjuku, waiting for the light to change, and then walking across in the rain in a sea of umbrellas.
"Nishi-Shinjuku - Walk to Yodobashi Camera" (100511Tu-1903)
Walking through the rain in Nishi-Shinjuku towards Yodobashi Camera.
西新宿 - ヨドバシカメラまで雨の中の散歩 東京
"Nishi-Shinjuku Rain Walk by Shinjuku Station" (100511Tu-2204)
Walking through the rain on the wide sidewalk in front of the west side of Shinjuku Station.
"Shinjuku Omoide-Yokocho in the Rain" (100511Tu-2206)
A walk through Omoide-Yokocho in the rain. Incidentally, at one point, you can hear one of the shopkeepers talking to another shopkeeper - I'm not sure what language it is, but it's not Japanese.
"Heading from Nishi-Shinjuku to Kabukicho" (100511Tu-2208)
Crossing a main street and then walking under the tracks from Nishi-Shinjuku - heading towards Kabukicho, which is on the left side of the street after coming out from beneath the rail bridge. A Sobu Line (Chuo Line local) passes overhead just before I go under the bridge.
Lyle (Hiroshi) Saxon