High quality photographs over a two-page spread is more visually arresting. I really like the pages where the frame of the photograph is the boundary of the magazine itself. However, careful consideration of borders gives the image more emphasis. Pages with only 1-2 photographs are more effective than the ones with multiple photographs. Symmetry isn't as appealing.
Adjacent to Hachikō Plaza is arguably one of the coolest intersections you will ever see in your life. The sheer energy of the place is enough to stop you dead in your tracks while you loudly proclaim to yourself, ‘Wow – I’m in Tokyo!’