In Shinjuku, Daido Moriyama (b.1938) photographs a bustling Tokyo street scene through a car window. Here the viewer takes on the role of voyeur as we survey the central figure walking past, totally unaware that he is being watched. Shinjuku is a major commercial and administrative centre in Tokyo and Moriyama presents us with a scene that is gritty and frenetic, made all the more so by his are-bure-boke (rough, blurred, out-of-focus) photographic approach which he pioneered in the 1960s as a means of capturing the visual chaos of postwar Japan. Taken in 2004, Shinjuku documents the Americanisation of Japan as neon, English-language signs glare at us from across the street. Lights blind us and Shinjuku’s off-balance viewpoint has a dizzying effect — Moriyama’s world is one that overwhelms.