all photos by Tatsuto | used with permission

It’s well-documented that Tokyo is amongst the world’s most densely-populated cities. And you don’t have to look to far for visual confirmation of this: simply board a train headed for central Tokyo during rush hour, or walk around Shibuya almost any day of the week. But the discerning photographer Tatsuto captures Tokyo’s density in a different way: through spectacularly chaotic and overstimulating photos of objects that make up this vibrant city.

Tatsuto was born and raised in Japan, but also spent time in Sydney and New York. “I’m really into street photography,” he told us. “When I’m out shooting I walk around with my gears and take pictures of what I see.”

Tatsuto posts his photos to instagram, where you can follow him at @_deepsky. His photos are both dense and crowded, but also intimate, a wonderful, visual balance that he seems to have perfected. But that’s not necessarily what he goes out in search for. “I enjoy capturing the moments which won’t ever happen again.”