I am an photo amateur, enthusiast as they say, discovering progressively the magic of photography.
Tokyo is by far my main area of activity and I use a wonderful Fujifilm X100s, complemented with either the wide converter (WCL-X100) or the brand new tele converter (TCL-X100).
It is an amazing camera, bringing a real natural feeling in the controls. The photos straight out of the camera are already great and the low-light performance is outstanding!
Once I'll get more occasions for landscape photo trips, I'll probably consider evolving to a ILC system like the Fuji X-T1 and a super wide angle zoom like the Fujinon XF 10-24mm f4 OIS.
If you want to learn more about the Fuji system, check out FujiRumors.
Before that, I was using a 7-year old Canon EOS Kiss Digital N DSLR. This camera is certainly overall OK but I am not too happy with several shortcomings: max ISO at 1600, no auto ISO mode, rear screen extremely tiny (difficult to confirm if a picture is in focus), no live-view, limited autofocus, no OIS in the kit lens... and the sensor is definitely limited when it comes to details (only 8 mega-pixels) and dynamic range, which is an issue in landscape photo.
I also occasionally use a Canon Powershot S95, which is an extremely handy pocket camera. The image quality is there, in good situations, but is no match for a larger sensor camera in slightly more difficult situations. Still, I like that point-and-shoot very much.