This woman looks like she has escaped from an 18th-century woodblock print. Poised and elegant, she is dressed in a bluish kimono flecked with a summery incarnadine camellia motif.
This tableau of traditional Japanese is, perhaps unsurprisingly, peppered with contemporary vibe of the surroundings. The contrast between her appearance and the Ginza street could not be more dramatic.
Yet there is something normal about such a sight. The Japanese capital has long been a city whose deep-rooted traditional heritage sits comfortably, if at times incongruously, alongside its insatiable appetite of modernity.