Masataka Nakano, one of Japan’s most intriguing lensmen, has been photographing Tokyo for over 30 years. Nakano’s oeuvre, however, isn’t the ubiquitous neon and bustling city streets. He captures Tokyo in its most silent and eerie — waiting outside train stations in early morning when the metropolis is deserted. His “Tokyo” exhibition in Ebisu is one of the anticipated photography exhibitions of the year and a chance to see a photographer at the height of his powers. Unmissable.