Izakaya are an essential part of Japanese life. Half “pub” half “restaurant” people come to Izakaya to mainly have fun and relax after a stressful day at work. Izakaya may not offer the best food but around but its unique atmosphere is worth checking if you ever visit Japan. Photo by @pierrojapon for TokyoStreetView More photos and 4K Videos at www.TokyoStreetView.com . . . . #bestjapanpics #loves_nippon #ig_today #retrip_nippon #visitjapanjp #instagramjapan #tokyo #everydayjapan #beautifuldestinations #team_jp #japantrip #travelbug #travelgram #instatravel #lifewelltravelled #welivetoexplore #vscogood #travelstoke #natgeotravel #blockai #wanderlust #traveljunkie #explorejapan #picoftheday #japantravel #japanrevealed #tokyo #izakaya #japanesefood #restaurant #pub

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Stuck between the imperial palace and Manurochi, with Tokyo station in the background, you will find a gorgeous alley of Golden Ginko trees once a year during December. Btw, did you know that we eat in Japan these nuts of Ginko trees? They are quite delicious, make sure to give it a try! Photo by @pierrojapon for TokyoStreetView More photos and 4K Videos at www.TokyoStreetView.com . . . . #bestjapanpics #loves_nippon #ig_today #retrip_nippon #visitjapanjp #instagramjapan #tokyo #everydayjapan #beautifuldestinations #team_jp #japantrip #travelbug #travelgram #instatravel #lifewelltravelled #welivetoexplore #vscogood #travelstoke #natgeotravel #blockai #wanderlust #traveljunkie #explorejapan #picoftheday #japantravel #japanrevealed #tokyostation #ginko #marunochi #autumn

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Shinjuku Station is one of Japan busiest station and also one of the most complicated to navigate through. The shear number of people using both Tokyo Station and Shinjuku station offer a unique opportunities for any amateur photographer to practice their street photography skill at any given time! Photo by @pierrojapon for TokyoStreetView More photos and 4K Videos at www.TokyoStreetView.com . . . . #bestjapanpics #loves_nippon #ig_today #retrip_nippon #visitjapanjp #instagramjapan #tokyo #everydayjapan #beautifuldestinations #team_jp #japantrip #travelbug #travelgram #instatravel #lifewelltravelled #welivetoexplore #vscogood #travelstoke #natgeotravel #blockai #wanderlust #traveljunkie #explorejapan #picoftheday #japantravel #japanrevealed #jr #shinjuku #shinjukustation #tokyo #yamanoteline

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Tokyo Station offers for any amateur photographer a unique way to learn how to take both architectural and street photos! By the way did you know that @tokyostreetview and @80daysjapan offers you now the possibility to book some nice photo tours in Japan, with us at TSV as Tour guide and teachers?!?! Learn more here https://www.tokyostreetview.com/tokyostreetview-photo-tour/ Photo by @pierrojapon for TokyoStreetView More photos and 4K Videos at www.TokyoStreetView.com . . . . #Japan #Travel #Historical #TravelPic #JapanTrip #Nippon #TravelPhotos #Cultural #IGersJapan #Nihon #JapanFocus #iLoveJapan #JapanTravel #JapanLife #ExploreJapan #LoveJapan #CoolJapan #TravelJapan #JapanTour #VisitJapan #JapanLover #DiscoverJapan #JapanCulture #OffTheBeatenPath #everydayjapan #phototour #tokyo #tokyostation

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Japanese food is rich in experience and not only limited to sushi or sashimi. Yakitori or skewered chicken is by far one of my favorites, easy to eat and accessible Japanese food. Popular worldwide, Yakitori can be easily enjoyed overseas, but the fact remains that having the chance to enjoy this common and cheap king of street food in a small restaurant in the corner of a Japanese dark Halley is unique in so many ways. What about you? Do you like Yakitori too? Photo by @pierrojapon for TokyoStreetView More photos and 4K Videos at www.TokyoStreetView.com . . . . #Japan #Travel #Historical #TravelPic #JapanTrip #Nippon #TravelPhotos #Cultural #IGersJapan #Nihon #JapanFocus #iLoveJapan #JapanTravel #JapanLife #ExploreJapan #LoveJapan #CoolJapan #TravelJapan #JapanTour #VisitJapan #JapanLover #DiscoverJapan #JapanCulture #OffTheBeatenPath #everydayjapan #yakitori #streetfood #japanesefood #streetfoodtokyo #tokyo

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It all started many years ago and around 500 BC, making Japanese archery known as Kyudo, as one of Japan most oldest martial art. Despite being unique compare to other archery style, Kyudo is vary popular in Japan and count at least 150,000 graded members all over the country, and this without counting many school that offer Kyudo as an extra curricular sport Photo by @pierrojapon for TokyoStreetView More photos and 4K Videos at www.TokyoStreetView.com . . . . #Japan #Travel #Historical #TravelPic #JapanTrip #Nippon #TravelPhotos #Cultural #IGersJapan #Nihon #JapanFocus #iLoveJapan #JapanTravel #JapanLife #ExploreJapan #LoveJapan #CoolJapan #TravelJapan #JapanTour #VisitJapan #JapanLover #DiscoverJapan #JapanCulture #OffTheBeatenPath #everydayjapan #kyudo #martialarts #shinjuku #tokyo #archery

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An Awa-Odori performer up close dancing during a hot Tokyo summer day a few years back. The Awa Odori festival grew out of the tradition of the Bon Odori which is danced as part of the Bon "Festival of the Dead", a Japanese Buddhist celebration where the spirits of deceased ancestors are said to visit their living relatives for a few days of the year. The term "Awa Odori" was not used until the 20th century, but Bon festivities in Tokushima have been famous for their size, exuberance and anarchy since the 16th century. Awa Odori's independent existence as a huge, citywide dance party is popularly believed to have begun in 1586 when Lord Hachisuka Iemasa, the daimyō of Awa Province hosted a drunken celebration of the opening of Tokushima Castle. The locals, having consumed a great amount of sake, began to drunkenly weave and stumble back and forth. Others picked up commonly available musical instruments and began to play a simple, rhythmic song, to which the revelers invented lyrics. The lyrics are given in the 'Song' section of this article. Photo by @pierrojapon for TokyoStreetView More photos and 4K Videos at www.TokyoStreetView.com . . . . #dance #awaodori #kagurazaka #tokyo #shinjuku #Japan #Travel #Historical #TravelPic #JapanTrip #Nippon #TravelPhotos #Cultural #IGersJapan #Nihon #JapanFocus #iLoveJapan #JapanTravel #JapanLife #ExploreJapan #LoveJapan #CoolJapan #TravelJapan #JapanTour #VisitJapan #JapanLover #DiscoverJapan #JapanCulture #OffTheBeatenPath #everydayjapan

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Japanese Futon may feel rough or at least "weird" for us foreigners, but to be honest with you, and if the Futon is of good quality, you will be surprise how confortable they are! Now because of their design and the humidity in Japan, futons must be folded away daily and aired in the sun regularly to prevent mold from developing and also to keep the futon free of mites or "Dani" (in Japanese). Who among you had a good or bad experience with futons? Please share your stories as I am sure you have some great and funny things to say about your personal "Futon" experience! Photo by @pierrojapon for TokyoStreetView More photos and 4K Videos at www.TokyoStreetView.com . . . . #futon #chiba #tateyama #japanesehouse #Japan #Travel #Historical #TravelPic #JapanTrip #Nippon #TravelPhotos #Cultural #IGersJapan #Nihon #JapanFocus #iLoveJapan #JapanTravel #JapanLife #ExploreJapan #LoveJapan #CoolJapan #TravelJapan #JapanTour #VisitJapan #JapanLover #DiscoverJapan #JapanCulture #OffTheBeatenPath #everydayjapan #tokyo

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The Awa Odori festival grew out of the tradition of the Bon Odori which is danced as part of the Bon "Festival of the Dead", a Japanese Buddhist celebration where the spirits of deceased ancestors are said to visit their living relatives for a few days of the year. The term "Awa Odori" was not used until the 20th century, but Bon festivities in Tokushima have been famous for their size, exuberance and anarchy since the 16th century. Awa Odori's independent existence as a huge, citywide dance party is popularly believed to have begun in 1586 when Lord Hachisuka Iemasa, the daimyō of Awa Province hosted a drunken celebration of the opening of Tokushima Castle. The locals, having consumed a great amount of sake, began to drunkenly weave and stumble back and forth. Others picked up commonly available musical instruments and began to play a simple, rhythmic song, to which the revelers invented lyrics. The lyrics are given in the 'Song' section of this article. Photo by @pierrojapon for TokyoStreetView More photos and 4K Videos at www.TokyoStreetView.com . . . . #dance #awaodori #kagurazaka #tokyo #shinjuku #Japan #Travel #Historical #TravelPic #JapanTrip #Nippon #TravelPhotos #Cultural #IGersJapan #Nihon #JapanFocus #iLoveJapan #JapanTravel #JapanLife #ExploreJapan #LoveJapan #CoolJapan #TravelJapan #JapanTour #VisitJapan #JapanLover #DiscoverJapan #JapanCulture #OffTheBeatenPath #everydayjapan

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I discovered sumo in Japan. The tournaments are broadcasted live on NHK every afternoon… they’re hard to miss. I quickly felt attracted to this discipline, so Japanese, and so opened to the world. As we write those lines, three Yokozuna (great champions) have been appointed by the sumo federation. All three of them are from Mongolia, including the one (Hakuho) performing the Dohyo Iri ceremony on this picture. The katana carried by one of his assistants symbolizes the samurai status of the Yokozuna. Photo by @pierrojapon for TokyoStreetView More photos and 4K Videos at www.TokyoStreetView.com . . . . #Japan #Travel #Historical #TravelPic #JapanTrip #Nippon #TravelPhotos #Cultural #IGersJapan #Nihon #JapanFocus #iLoveJapan #JapanTravel #JapanLife #ExploreJapan #LoveJapan #CoolJapan #TravelJapan #JapanTour #VisitJapan #JapanLover #DiscoverJapan #JapanCulture #OffTheBeatenPath #everydayjapan #sumo #yokozuna #yasukunijinja #yasukuni #sports

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Located outside of Yokohama and somehow in the middle of an industrial area, Sankei-en garden is an oasis of beauty and calm. Erected in 1904 by a silk trader named Tomitaro Hara, also known as Hara Sankei, this garden features, in one location, the many wonders of Japan. Here you can enjoy the beauty of the interior of one of many houses that Tomitaro Hara builds in Sankei-en Garden More photos and 4K Videos at www.TokyoStreetView.com . . . . #Japan #Travel #Historical #TravelPic #JapanTrip #Nippon #TravelPhotos #Cultural #IGersJapan #Nihon #JapanFocus #iLoveJapan #JapanTravel #JapanLife #ExploreJapan #LoveJapan #CoolJapan #TravelJapan #JapanTour #VisitJapan #JapanLover #DiscoverJapan #JapanCulture #OffTheBeatenPath #everydayjapan #yokohama #japanesegarden #house #teahouse #zen

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Fireworks are all summer long one of Japan most important cultural asset. So if you happen to visit Japan during summer, make sure to check if a firework is scheduled around where you are. Photo by @pierrojapon for TokyoStreetView More photos and 4K Videos at www.TokyoStreetView.com . . . . #Japan #Travel #Historical #TravelPic #JapanTrip #Nippon #TravelPhotos #Cultural #IGersJapan #Nihon #JapanFocus #iLoveJapan #JapanTravel #JapanLife #ExploreJapan #LoveJapan #CoolJapan #TravelJapan #JapanTour #VisitJapan #JapanLover #DiscoverJapan #JapanCulture #OffTheBeatenPath #everydayjapan #odaiba #tokyo #fireworks #summer #rainbowbridge

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