All postcards are printed on 300 gsm art card with matte finish.
After finishing my yakitori dinner, I headed off the one of the most famous spots of Shinjuku, the Kabukichō Ichiban-gai signboard. There are a few streets in Kabukichō, an entertainment district, and I had to find the first street where the signboard is located. It was already night-time even though it was only 6pm but it was also a good time to take some night shots. Along the way, I took some photos before reaching my destination.
This was the main road where the start of every street of Kabukichō was located. Looking at my Google Maps, I saw that the first street was just further down. I made my way there and saw that a crowd had gathered to cross the street as there was a traffic light. As I neared, I could catch a glimpse of the red signboard and knew I was in the right place.
There were some shops and businesses located in this area and this included 7-Eleven, restaurants and a coffee shop. After crossing the street, you could see that many other shops with neon signboards lined up as you walked further down.
I made a sketch from this angle with the signboard diagonally placed at the top and the shops can be seen lining up with their neon lights shining brightly. It was a unique place and I was happy to have made a memory of this place with my sketch.
HOW EACH POSTCARD IS MADE?
Each postcard is printed with my entire sketch of a scene in Japan as the front design while the back features a short description and also my website QR code. Each postcard is printed on 300 gsm art card paper with high-quality ink to ensure vibrant colors. They are then packaged and shipped to your delivery address.
WE SHIP WORLDWIDE
Each postcard is individually printed and packaged when you order it, so please allow 2-5 business days of manufacture time for your prints.
Depending on your location, the shipping times vary from 3 - 20 working days and we offer worldwide shipping. Rates can be found at checkout.