While Tokyo’s colours are subdued when compared with many other parts of Asia, the city is full of wonderful forms and textures. After two weeks spent discovering autumnal Tokyo, I have a great respect for the meticulousness and pride of Japanese people in all they do. They know love (or the devil, whichever you prefer) resides in the details. From wandering around imposing stone walls of the Imperial Palace to sitting down to a bowl of tender tuna sashimi at the Tsukiji fish market, the attention to detail and ceremonious care given to each creation is evident. The largely neutral palette allows the interesting wood grains, fluted metal rain chains and waves of kawara – ceramic roof tiles – among other things, to take centre stage. Noting the consideration placed on every detail in Japan, it only felt right to photograph it that way – zoomed-up so you too can revel in the beauty of the smallest details.