Let’s face it, the Noto peninsula is far from being the most popular tourist destination in Japan. Only accessible by plane or by car (no railways), this secluded place in Japan is actually a little heaven on earth for those who are looking to enjoy Japan without a horde of tourists (Japanese or not). Wajima, […]

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Lake Ozenuma is heaven on earth. Located in the Oze national park and separated by the Oze marshland by a small hill, the lake is not easily accessible. You will need the proper gear to get there without hurting yourself. Once you’re there, Mother Nature will do her best to welcome you into this oasis […]

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Good morning everyone! We just updated our YouTube Channel Art this morning (image above) what do you think?

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Yoshimie-dera or Yoshimiedera (善峯寺) is a temple of the Tendai school of Buddishm located in the mountains of Kyoto’s western ward of Nishikyō-ku which overlooks the city. Established in 1029 as a personal retreat for a priest from Enryakuji, named Gesan, Yoshimie-dera was destroyed in 1467 during the Omin war and later rebuilt in 1621. […]

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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 and you just have to click on the link below! Enjoy! TokyoStreetView December 2015 video recap Photo by : Pierre Caillaut Source : https://www.instagram.com/pierrojapon/

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Hi! There are no better ways to start the year by reaching yet another millstone! Indeed, yesterday, January first TokyoStreetView’s YouTube channel reached the 15,000 Subscribers mark (15,117 as we speak)!!! Also, and to make us even more proud of our work, the last six months our channel saw a 673% growth in terms of […]

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Oze Marshland, also known as Ozegahara is a 8km² marshland located in Gunma prefecture, and at about 1,400 meters above sea level. Being one of Japan’s most popular national parks, Oze is easily one of the best places to go and enjoy nature away from the city. Difficult to access, the Oze marshland, is hard […]

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If you are looking for the best Glamping (Glamourous Camping) experience near Tokyo, SweetGrass may be what you are looking for! This year Christmas present came in the form of a stay at SweetGrass latest Cabin, which as you can see offer some of the best outdoor experience (in the middle of a forest) with […]

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Jojuji may not be the most visited temple in Kyoto, nor the biggest in size, but thanks to its unique entrance, Jojuji offers, especially in autumn, one of Kyoto’s most magical Momiji (red maple leaves) experiences. And to be fair, and at least for us at TokyoStreetView, Jojuji is exactly what Kyoto is all about; […]

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Twice a year Odaiba hosts one of Tokyo’s most popular fireworks displays. While the Tokyo Bay Grand Fireworks spectacular, held every summer in Odaiba, may be the more famous, this smaller one, also known as the Odaiba Rainbow Fireworks, is definitely worth checking out. Designed to spread Christmas cheer and love, the Odaiba Rainbow Fireworks […]

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Located in a neighborhood of Kyoto neighborhood and in the heart of the Takao mountain, Saimyo-ji temple, along with Jingoji (Jongo-ji) and Kozanji (Kozan-ji) temples, is well known as one of the “Sanbi” or three tails temples famous for its autumn colors. Founded in 824 by the priest Chisen, a disciple of the the Revered […]

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The Sagano Romantic Train, also known as the Sagano Scenic Railway or Sagano Torokko, is a sightseeing train line that runs along the Hozugawa River between Kyoto Arashiyama and Kameoka. Originally designed to connect the cities of Kyoto and Kameoka, the train now caters exclusively to tourists. Since 1989, passengers can enjoy one of Kyoto’s […]

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