Shin Noguchi is a skilled photographer who lives in Kamakura and works in Tokyo. He has an amazing ability to take interesting snapshots of strange, even crazy, things that happen to people on the street.
His photos, which he took in different parts of Japan (mostly in Kamakura), show things from a neutral point of view. They show real, unguarded moments that are mysterious and sometimes funny. Noguchi has a good eye for details and is good at catching spontaneous moments. This allows him to make an engaging visual story that shows how quirky and charming everyday life in Japan is.
The shooter has also been featured on Bored Panda before. If you want to see more of his photos, click here!
#1: Shin Noguchi from Japan takes pictures of the unseen parts of street life (new pictures)
Roan the Evil Cat A month ago, I thought the statue was moving for a second…
People who like candid street photography and those interested in the subtleties of Japanese culture could enjoy Shin Noguchi’s impressive portfolio. This is because he takes photos of everyday moments in Japan that are often missed or not recognized, bringing them to light through his work.
In a society like Japan, where everything is tailored and polished for public consumption, Noguchi’s photos give an unfiltered look at the realities of everyday life. Those who haven’t been to Japan yet can learn a lot from his pictures, which show a side of everyday life usually hidden from tourists.
#2 Shin Noguchi from Japan takes pictures of the unseen parts of street life (new pictures)
Roach Without a Head 1 month ago
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer is the current equivalent of “bark.”
#3 Shin Noguchi from Japan takes pictures of things that can’t be seen on the street (new pictures)
If those are her children, this is so cute!
Noguchi’s photos show what everyday life is like in Japan in a way that appeals to people who like casual street photography and people who like to learn about Japanese culture.
Shin’s photographs show people who aren’t from Japan or haven’t been there a clear picture of how people live there on a daily basis.
#4: Shin Noguchi from Japan takes pictures of the unseen parts of street life (new pictures)
#5: Shin Noguchi from Japan takes pictures of the unseen parts of street life (new pictures)
I can’t help but think of the Disney short “Bao.”
His pictures are not limited by culture. Instead, they show the emotional depth and narrative power of the people in them, which is a universal part of being human. He can tell stories and show feelings with just one picture, regardless of country or language. Noguchi not only looks at Japanese culture, but he also celebrates the weird things about being human in a way that everyone can relate to.
#6. Shin Noguchi from Japan takes pictures of the unseen parts of street life (new pictures)
What kind of store needs a sign that says “No Sexual Services?”
Shin Noguchi from Japan takes pictures of things you can’t see on the street (new pictures)
So, Pandas, tell us which of Shin Noguchi’s newest photos you liked best and why. We’d love to hear what you think and what you have to say, either under the pictures or at the end of the story. Also, don’t forget to show some love to the shooter by checking out his social media to see more of his fun work!