WAttention Photo Contest: Best of 2015 (1)

We kicked off our WAttention Photo Contests on Google+ this past April, and with so many great submissions, we thought we'd round up the year by posting our favorites.

Starting with our summer contest, here were some of the best of our photos themed on Mt. Fuji, Japanese summer, Shinjuku and Shibuya. Be sure to scroll to the end to catch the winning photo!

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"The 29th Kanagawa Shimbun Fireworks Festival 2014" by Hazel Tan


"Lake Yamanakako is the lake situated closest to Mount Fuji. When I was here it was about 2 weeks before the cherry blossoms were in full bloom but the silhouette became a rather interesting aspect of the scene." by Kathy Nguyen
"Lake Yamanakako is the lake situated closest to Mount Fuji. When I was here it was about 2 weeks before the cherry blossoms were in full bloom but the silhouette became a rather interesting aspect of the scene." by Kathy Nguyen


"Mt Fuji with Shinjuku Skyscrapers" by Masayuki Yamashita
"Mt Fuji with Shinjuku Skyscrapers" by Masayuki Yamashita


"Shibuya Crossing" by Kathy Nguyen
"Shibuya Crossing" by Kathy Nguyen


"A matsuri in Shimbashi on a Friday night" by Brian Kemper
"A matsuri in Shimbashi on a Friday night" by Brian Kemper


"Kabukicho" by 毛國駿
"Kabukicho" by 毛國駿


And the winning photo is...

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"Waking up during the twilight hours to capture the beautiful Mount Fuji. View from ryokan at Kawaguchi Lake." by Alvin Chua


This shot impressed for capturing the sublime twilight tranquility of Mt. Fuji over the Yamanashi townscape.

Check our next article, which will feature our top shots of Shibuya, Autumn Colors, Tokyo Must-Buy Omiyage, and Shibuya!

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