A man walks past an advertisement showing McDonald's burgers, fries and a drink, outside a McDonald's store in Tokyo January 11, 2015. Plastic found in McDonald's Japan chicken nuggets and human tooth in fries. McDonald's Japan apologised to customers after foreign objects were found.

"Solar-on-the-Water Okegawa"operates on reservoir in Saitama, north of Tokyo January 10, 2015. Approximately 4,500 solar panels are floating on a surface area of about 12,400m2 of the 30,000m2 reservoir, which was built to adjust the amount of water in nearby rivers. 

People walk past in front of an open-air shop on a street at Kanagawa's Kawasaki district, an area popular among the Japanese elderly, in Kawasaki, south of Tokyo January 5, 2015.




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Flowers are laid on the banks of the Tamagawa river in Kawasaki where Ryota Uemura's body was found in Kawasaki, south of Tokyo, March 1, 2015.

Hitoshi Yamada, a documentary photographer, was born in 1973 and is based in Tokyo, Japan. A member of Foreign Press in Japan. His work has appeared in Time, Newsweek, Fortune, and Forbes. My work has been featured in numerous publications worldwide.I doing photojournalism in news All in Japan.  Fortunate enough to be able to travel and see the world, I was exposed to the limit less possibilities of photography and grew up looking at things differently.  Besides the work I gradually progressed in photography and became comfortable with the medium to express my way of looking at things. My ability to connect with people has always been an asset, helping me capture my thoughts through their expressions.  It gradually dawned on me that a future in photography would do me a world of good and years spent learning from professionals helped mould my skills technically and aesthetically. I am now world news photography.

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