Tokyo, Unsigned

Text and photos by Kimberly Cecchini In a city of many signs, there was no sign. In Manhattan’s East Village, no sign is a sign in itself. On foreign soil, I’m not sure if by following the man in dark clothes on this darker street up a dark stairwell is a sign that we stumbledContinue reading “Tokyo, Unsigned”

Shinjuku, Block no. 2 (新宿二丁目)

Text and Photos by Kimberly Cecchini In search of last-minute memories for our expiring holiday in Japan, we stumbled upon one in a small corner of the Shinjuku district on our last night. We joined the street festival just as they were just about to kick off the festivities; at the end of a countdown,Continue reading “Shinjuku, Block no. 2 (新宿二丁目)”

Hikari Express to Kyoto

For more of my photographs from Kyoto, please check out the October 2014 issue of Millennium Magazine. Text and Photos by Kimberly Cecchini There was something romantic about how the heavy rain beat down on the pavement and filled the intimate street with its cadence. Soaked and lost in Kyoto, I felt as though I hadContinue reading “Hikari Express to Kyoto”