One of my favourite things about Japan are the narrow, atmospheric ‘yokochos’ filled with bars and restaurants. People wander these dimly-lit backstreets in search of a quiet (or loud) corner to drink and often stay til the wee hours of the morning. Some bars are so tiny that they can only seat 5 or 6 people. It’s a side of Japan that’s only visible at night – during the daytime, the shops are closed and there is almost no sign of life anywhere.
Weekly Photo Challenge: narrow.