80s japan

Collection by Alexandre Lefevre

Alexandre Lefevre
On July Sony introduced the Walkman, the first portable audio cassette player. Over the next 30 years they sold over 385 million Walkmans in cassette, CD, mini-disc and digital file versions, and were the market leaders until the Continue reading → 80s Kids, My Childhood Memories, 1980s Childhood, School Memories, The Good Old Days, Listening To Music, Growing Up, Cassette Tape, Cassette Recorder

Sony's New Walkman: Better, But Still No iPod Killer (SNE)

Sony's new player might scare Sandisk, but not Apple.

Comic Character Drawings How to Draw the Human Body - Study: Perspective Drawing Reference for Comic / Manga Character - Body Drawing, Anatomy Drawing, Manga Drawing, Figure Drawing, Body Anatomy, Manga Art, Art Reference Poses, Anatomy Reference, Drawing Reference

How to Draw the Human Body - Study: Perspective Drawing Reference for Comic / Manga Character

Japanese old public phone - this was standard when I studied in Tokyo :-) Kobe Japan, Tokyo Japan, Japanese Culture, Japanese Art, All About Japan, Showa Period, Call Me Maybe, Nihon, Japanese Beauty

赤電話 by nemou (ID:119752)- 写真共有サイト:PHOTOHITO

nemou さんの作品「赤電話」(ID:119752)のページです。撮影機材やExif情報も掲載しています。

Back in to public phones in various colors were popular. Different colors were for different uses. A phone for local call, phne for credit cards/phone cards & phones for long distance. Kyoto, Showa Period, Vintage Phones, Nihon, Japanese Culture, Japanese Style, Pretty In Pink, Retro Vintage, Public

In love with Japan

For all Japan lovers ... You will find here all that I like about Japan : culture, art, kawaii stuffs, tradition, japanese, jpop, lifestyle, kimono, kanji, hiragana, nature, my personal photos... ようこそ ! Welcome !

Photographer | Tokyo | @RECO_ig  takashi.yasui1980@gmail.com Times Square, Tokyo, Lens, Japan, Landscape, Instagram Posts, Traveling, Viajes, Okinawa Japan

Instagram post by Takashi Yasui • May 24, 2016 at 12:06pm UTC

6,058 Likes, 37 Comments - Takashi Yasui (@_tuck4) on Instagram: “Salaryman vibes”