Nakano-eki, late night with Shinjuku's skyscrapers in the background.
I'm fairly sure this was one of the first 100 color negatives I processed at my college lab in Savannah. I was very aware that half my shots were turning out super green and tried making a few changes at this point in my photo education. I used Kodak portra film purchased at BIC camera in Shinjuku and although the colors turned out great, the buildings in the background didn't resolve to much more than floating lights. I have another identical shot taken with my first Minolta DSLR that resolved with much more clarity, but film was still so far ahead of consumer DSLRs in 2005 that this shot stands the test of time much better.