Looked like Tokyo and its inhabitants in the late 1970sPictolic
Canadian photographer Greg Girard arrived in Tokyo in the 1970s, and instantly fell in love with the city. He found a part-time job as an English teacher and decided to stay in Tokyo long enough to have the opportunity to explore it with my camera. Pictures for a long time remained unknown, until he was collected in an album called Tokyo-Yokosuka 1976-1983.
Greg lived in Tokyo for about three years in the late 70's and often visited the Hong Kong and Shanghai in the 80s, 90s and 2000s years. He now lives in Canada, but still arrive in Tokyo 2-3 times a year. "I would come more often if I could," says the photographer.
Two Schoolgirls, 1979.
Metro station Ikebukuro, 1976
Keiko Yoyogi Park, 1979.
Shinjuku, cinema for men, 1983
The lobby is the Hotel "Keio Plaza", 1980
Shinjuku, 5:09, 1979
Greeting the Yakuza, Mr. Donuts, 1979
The neon lights of Kabukicho, 1977
Shinjuku, 05:00, 1979
A woman knelt in the street, 1980
American sailor in the bar, 1976
Bus stop, 1977
Well-dressed young man, 1976
Julie, Tokyo Bay, 1979
The operator of the lift in a Department store, 1977
The man in the suit, 1979
Pasolini in Tokyo, 1976.
Shinjuku, "Kabuki-Cho" (the American club), 1976.
Judy Ong in commercials, 1980
The crossing at Shibuya, 1976
A man in a "Kabuki-Cho", 1976
Close to Haneda airport, Tokyo, 1979.
Tokyo Bay, ferry to Okinawa, 1982
Haneda airport, Tokyo, 1979.
"Lorena", a TV show at 23:00, 1979
Canal near Haneda airport, 1979
The man in the foyer of the cinema, 1982