As I continually add graphics to my pages, I try different methods of indexing and allowing access to the photos. The best ways take longer time. Here's an attempt to use a method that takes a little longer than usual. (hmm... I need a way to automate it.) I offer options, the first three of which are perhaps better if you have a fast net connection, and the index choice perhaps better if you are connected from home by a modem, and would rather be selective about which large images you load.
The Shibuya pictures on one page. Click on an image to view a caption.
The Ginza pictures on one page. Click on an image to view a caption.
The Harajuku and other misc pictures on one page. Click on an image to view a caption.
Check out an index of the images on all three of the above pages. Once you get to the index, you click on an image. You see the image individually, and can go to the next image, previous image, or back to the index, or view all for that section. Click here to view the first photo and experience the narrated slideshow thing. I haven't gotten around to implementing as good a navigation scheme as Paul Rother used on his old home page.
Let me know if any of these links don't go where they're supposed to.