Debauchery and mayhem run wild in the alcohol-soaked streets of Tokyo, Japan, and the funny photos from Lee Chapman capture that chaos in all its alcohol-soaked glory. Pictures of drunks in Tokyo paint a portrait of back alleyways, bars, train stations, and city streets littered with the far-from-sober inhabitants of the mighty metropolis. Slinking through city corridors at all hours of the day and night, photos of drunkenness in Tokyo shine a light on what goes on after the party's over. For many people, it involves a nap, usually in places no one's ever wanted to have a nap, before or since then. What happens in Tokyo might stay in Tokyo, but usually it ends up on the street corner.
Thoughtfully framed through the lens of a talented and creative photographer, drunk people photos by Lee Chapman expose the inebriated alcoholics of Tokyo. Though he captures drunks in their exposed states, Chapman imbues a bit of humanity into even the most humorous of photos. These drunks may be doing stuff no drunks should ever do, but instead of reprimanding them, Chapman offers a them a laugh instead. When it's time to turn in for the night, sometimes a bar stool or the open street makes for the most comfortable place.