Early Sakura taken at Seiya-san Muryōshuji Kita-in, or Kitain, Buddhist temple in Kawagoe

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Starting from the end of March we will publish launch a Monthly Video Recap newsletter to anyone who want interesting in such service.

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English Currently located on the former site of Edo Castle (1888) near Tokyo Station, the Imperial Palace is still the residence of the Japanese royal family. With the total surface of 3.41 square kilometers, the Imperial Palace is in fact divided into four different areas including the Imperial Palace main grounds as well as three […]

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Hi everyone. I was wondering if you would be interested in a weekly, or monthly Newsletter of what has been published on TokyoStreetView and make sure you will never miss one of our breathtaking* 4K videos? *spectacular, magnificent, wonderful, awe-inspiring, awesome, astounding, astonishing, amazing, stunning, stupendous, incredible; thrilling, exciting; informal sensational, out of this world, […]

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Clouds trail over Mt. Fuji.

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English Located nearby Tokyo Station, Ginza and alongside the JR Yamanote Line, Yurakucho is a vibrant and busy place. Many Japanese people go there to enjoy its many restaurants, mainly izakaya and yakitori, built-up under the brick arches of the JR Yamanote Line. It is also popular for its pedestrian-friendly plaza surrounded by several shopping […]

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And so it begins! Phase one of TokyoStreetView.com is achieved : shoot 100 4K Videos by Mid March (Not all videos are online). And Wednesday we started Phase Two of the project : 200 More 4K Videos by the end of 2015 covering this time Japan from north to south… And here you are some […]

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English Several centuries before Ginza became synonymous with luxury, it was actually a swamp. It was only after a major fire in 1872 that burnt down most of the area that the Meiji government decided to rebuild it into a model of modernization! It was only after 1923 that Ginza became an upmarket shopping district, […]

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Believe it or not it is not always sunny in Japan and with the rainy season approaching we were wondering if having videos with cloudy skies or even rain would be a problem for you?

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English With around 8,000 cherry trees mostly located along the Kawazu River, the Kawazu Sakura Festival (Kawazu-zakura Matsuri) is one of Japan’s most famous places for early cherry trees blossom viewing or hanami. Located on the Izu Peninsula, Kawazu and its Sakura festival attract almost two million visitors each year from mid-February through mid-March. According […]

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English Made famous for its proximity to the Yanaka Cemetery and its many temples, Yanaka Ginza is a below- average shopping street that is really not worth spending the time to visit. This statement may be blunt for sure, but that unfortunately is the sad, cold reality. Move along tourists you are not welcome here! […]

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English Built in 1935 as Japan’s first wedding complex, Meguro Gajoen is a mini-oasis in the middle of a mostly business district. Granted, Meguro Gajoen is not the most amazing place in Japan to visit, however this complex does offer some very interesting attractions including indoor traditional restaurant/tea ceremony rooms, gardens with some gorgeous wooden […]

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