Tokyo Nobody  

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Tokyo Nobody[1] (2000) is the title of a photo book by Japanese photographer Masataka Nakano. It consists of a series of about seventy photos of Tokyo, devoid of the 10 to 15 million inhabitants; mostly shot on the Japanese New Year holiday when all city dwellers go to visit relatives out in the country and Tokyo becomes a ghost town.

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