The city is a magical place, made of lights, atmosphere, chaos and a sense of bewilderment that paradoxically makes us feel at home. Japanese photographer Masashi Wakui has chosen to tell the story of Tokyo, one of the most fascinating and suggestive cities that, especially at night, transforms and reveals its deepest essence. It is the microcosms that interest the artist, the small realities of everyday life, the areas that we live every day and that we feel "ours". Masashi, wandering around the picture galleries of Shibuya, Shinjuku and other districts, has created his photographic portfolio that has immediately conquered the web for the feeling of intimacy and human warmth that it manages to convey, despite Tokyo is an immensely large city. All the images were taken with a compact camera and were then enhanced by a skillful post-production that clearly suffered the fascination of the cinematic mood. It seems that rainy evenings are the artist's favourite, as they are able to make the scenes he captures look like paintings. Colours, nuances and suggestions merge, creating a world apart, where chaos and rain are our friends, where everything is as it should be in the end, and it's beautiful. Take a look at Masashi Wakui's website here.