English Also known as the official beach of Tokyo, Odaiba’s construction was initially started to protect Tokyo with a series of six fortresses islands build in the 1850s. Today you can only access the No. 3 Battery Fortress or Dai-San Daiba (第三台場) which has been open to the public since 1928. Usually empty, this reconverted […]

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English Another Tokyo “gem”, the Yurikamome is just your average commuter train, but it does offer a fantastic view of some of Tokyo’s most beautiful sights including Tokyo Bay, Rainbow Bridge, Tokyo Tower, Fuji TV all while taking you to your final destination: Odaiba. What I personally like about the Yurikamome is that you are […]

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English One of Tokyo’s most unconventional green spaces, Todoroki Valley is located just 20 minutes away from Shibuya Station and in the center of the densely populated Setagaya Ward. Unlike many other places in Japan, Todoroki Valley is a simple walking trail adjacent to the Yazawa River and surrounded by a very dense forest that […]

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English One of Tokyo’s most famous locations, Shibuya Crossing, a scramble crossing, is located just in front of Shibuya Station and a few step away from the Statue of Hachiko*. Shibuya Crossing has been made famous not only by its atypical crossing but also by its giants TV Screens, many advertising signs and youth fashion […]

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The Kadowaki suspension bridge (門脇吊橋) in Jogasaki is located in Izu-Kōgen (Shizuoka Prefecture) in the Kadowaki cape.

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After a 3 year hiatus TokyoStreetView videos are coming back!

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One of Japan purest sound…

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