Made it out to the Big Sight & Aomi Annex for this year’s Tokyo Motor Show. Usually this show is a big time event for all the car makers to showcase their upcoming production series vehicles as well as show off their concepts for the future. This year was quite a disappointment in that whole aspect… Subaru just made some upgrades to their SUV and put it up in the pedestal, Lexus seemed to have done the same thing. Toyota on the other hand actually had a pretty cool roadster concept on display. There was also a huge void in the foreign automobile market… basically non-existent with the exception being Mercedes and BMW. Not sure if i will make it back out there because of the lack of excitement, but all I can do is hope for better in 2021!
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Jeffrey is an Event/Lifestyle photographer for Shogunmaster Photography and he manages all of the daily tasks. He has also been the Director of Photography for video production. As the Creative Director he specializes in content development and Social Media marketing campaigns for the creative industry. If you’d like to contact Jeffrey or are more interested in how he can help you, promote/review your business, contact him here. Jeffrey is based out of the Nagoya area, but is currently working in Tokyo and is always happy to work with new people. You can find his work on Facebook (Shogunmaster), Twitter (@shogunmaster26) and some of his pictures can be seen over on Instagram (Shogunmasterphoto) as well.