Located in Kamogawa City in Chiba prefecture, and barely one and a half hours away from the center of Tokyo by car, Hitratsuka is the closest terraced rice field to Tokyo, and also the only one of its kind in Japan! Unlike other rice fields, the Hiratsuka Tanada (terraced rice field) grows rice with only […]

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Erected where the Japanese Saint Nichiren supposedly died in 1282, Ikegami Honmon-ji has been since then the administrative headquarters, as well as the training and living quarters, of the Nichiren Shu followers. Located on top of a hill within Tokyo’s Ota ward, Ikegami Honmon-ji features many temples and other cultural attractions that are worth checking […]

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Enjoyed a little night cruise in Tokyo Bay with my loved one and tired to shoot some B-Roll footage of the Rainbow Bridge at night.

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Located in Nagano and close to Matsumoto and it’s gorgeous castle, the Daio Wasabi Farm is one of Japan’s largest wasabi farms. It is a very popular tourist destination for both wasabi lovers and fans of the 1989 movie “Dreams”, directed by the late great Akira Kurosawa, that used the location’s unique scenery as the […]

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And we did it! Yep! Thank to you all we finally reached the 5,000+ subscribers on our YouTube channel! Now Sky is the limit!!!! We heard that PewDiePie is actually freaking out by our channel growth… Yeah REALLY!

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In celebration of a new Milestone reached this week (August 2015) : +5,000 Subs on our YouTube Channel! Constructed in 1168, the first Torii of Itsukushima Shrine is maybe one of Japan’s most famous Torii and actually represents the boundary between the spirit and the human world. While many of you may have had the […]

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Despite being one of Japan’s most famous martial arts, Aikido in its actual current form is a rather new sport that was founded in the 1930s at the Aikikai Hombu Dojo by Ueshiba Morihei (1883 – 1969). It wasn’t until after the second world war however, that Aikido really boomed and started to spread across […]

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Ok, to be faire we reached over 100 Videos on our YouTube Channel a few weeks ago, but since yesterday we are proud to announce that TokyoStreetView.com host now 100 videos and can be access anytime, anywhere here : http://www.tokyostreetview.com/discover-japan/ So now what next? Well first of all we are still planning to shoot more […]

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Established in 1434 by the 12th Kiso lord Nobumichi, Kōzen-ji Temple, also known as Kozenji, is a Rinzai buddhist Myoshinji temple of the Kiso and Yamakura clans. Small in size, this temple comes with many little wonders in the form of four different gardens with the Syoryu Garden, Shyumisen Garden, Mansho Garden and Kanuntei Garden […]

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There isn’t a Japanese summer without a soothing, yet noisy sound of a Semi (Cicada) orchestra…

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As a result of centuries of erosion cutting the granite bedrock it is only recently, and after the flow of the river had been lowered due to hydropower construction, that the gorgeous Nezame No Toko scenery was unveiled to us all! Located near the Agemmatsu village, Nezame No Toko is today a nationally designated scenic […]

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WOW that’s amazing, I never thought that this Sushi video taken at one of my favourite place would ever reach such milestone! But we did it! Thank you everyone and please help us promote our other videos and YouTube Channel by sharing them, liking them and/or linking them! Again thank you and if you have […]

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