Located in Atami City’s center and originally built by a shipping magnate in 1919, Kiun-kaku (also known as Kiunkaku) served until 1947 as a private villa to different owners including the railroad tycoon Kaichiro Nezu. It’s interesting to note here that Kaichiro also happens to be the original owner of the Nezu garden and museum […]

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More Photos of the Atomic Bomb Dome by Benoa here : Benoa In Japan Over 1,700Km and more than 22h back and forth, here you are my schedule for the next 4 days and three nights travel to Hiroshima! Yep, I finally have everything with me including the authorization papers to shoot freely where and […]

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Dear Readers, Dear Friends! We are glad to announce that a few days ago, TokyoStreetView (TSV) has reached yet another milestone with now over 3,000 Subscribers on our YouTube channel as well as having reach over 40,000 View and more than 200 Likes on our “The Art of Sushi Making” Video! Again, thank you very […]

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Owakudani is an area around a crater created during Mt Hakone’s last eruption some 3,000 years ago. Today Owakudani is still an active volcanic zone where sulfurous fumes, hot rivers and hot springs are heavily present. Despite being a very famous tourist attraction where were you can enjoy, in some safe zones, a gorgeous view […]

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Founded in 807 AD by the famous Japanese Saint Kobo, or Kobo Daishi one of the greatest founders of Buddhism in Japan. Shuzenzi Temple is also one of the oldest temples in Shizuoka. While small in size, Shuzenji temple also offers visitors the chance to visit a small museum, featuring many artefacts. Until 1995 it […]

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Another rainy day in Tokyo

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Hi Everyone, We just wanted to let you know that we published yesterday an improved and tweak version of our Tokyo Asakusa Temple / Sensō-ji -金龍山浅草寺– 4K Ultra HD that now can be found there :

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Despite being “lost” in the middle of the mountains of Izu peninsula, Shuzenji is a well known tourist destination for both Japanese and foreigners alike. Indeed Shuzenji is one of the oldest and most famous hot spring resort towns on the whole peninsula! Like the Japanese tradition dictates, there is no onsen without ryokan and […]

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Love our videos, but missed one this month? Don’t worry! In this video recap newsletter, we gathered all the videos from the past month and put them on one page. Enjoy! TokyoStreetView June 2015 Video Recap

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Located on the west side of the Izu peninsula, Heda is one of those small Japanese fishing villages that time seems to have left alone. Granted in Heda you will find some very impressive fishing boats alongside some rather modest ones, but the place has something hard to describe that makes it unique. It feels […]

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Back form a three-day trip to Noto Peninsula and Kanasawa we were starting to edit our video when suddenly we had an idea… Why not adding a little 5sec intro on each of our videos? Nothing fancy or too crazy, but a little something elegant as you can see on the video sample above. So […]

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Known by many as ‘little Paris’ due to its significant French presence, Kagurazaka is in fact a very old dining district closed to Iidabashi Station. There you will find many fantastic little restaurants, French or not, as well as some upscale restaurants and ryotei hidden in the many, small backstreets. Besides its many restaurants and […]

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