Tokyo Playground

19 August 2020 ● 1 min read ● 9 images

During Tokyo’s initial voluntary lockdown earlier this year, it’s parks and playgrounds were cordoned off to varying degrees. Depending on the location, some remained untouched while others were torn down by locals, only to be put back up the following day.

In a series for the printed publication These Uncertain Times I documented parks across the city over the weeks the enforcement was in place.

More photographs here.

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Lee Basford

I'm an art director in Tokyo, Japan

I'm an art director, designer and photographer working in and around the overlap of art and design, blending these disciplines to create...

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