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Harajuku & Shibuya blanketed in white during the major snowstorm that hit Tokyo on February 8, 2014. We wandered around Shibuya and Harajuku during the snow storm and shot some video to show you how pretty Tokyo looks after a snowfall. Many of the smaller shops in Harajuku were closed and there weren't too many people on the streets of Harajuku (especially for a Saturday). We haven't seen this few people on Takeshita Dori and Cat Street in a long time! We also shot Hachiko, Shibuya 109, LaForet Harajuku, Kiddyland, Omotesando Hills, and other landmarks to show you what they look like covered in snow. According to the Japanese news, this is the most snow that Tokyo has received in over 10 years (maybe longer, depending on which weather channel you watch). Please subscribe to the Tokyo F...
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The Japan we know from films and TV is one of tradition, high technology and pop culture. But as with every nation, something more sinister lies beneath the bright lights of Sony and Nintendo. Jake Adelstein, author of Tokyo Vice, a memoir of his time as an investigative crime reporter in Tokyo, is the only American reporter to be admitted to the Tokyo Metropolitan Press Club and writes of a country that where organised Yakuza crime gangs are rampant. But is this the real Japan? With an expert panel including Jake Adelstein, Peter Hill author of The Japanese Mafia: Yakuza, Law, and the State and Satoshi Hashimoto, bureau chief & European editor Asahi Shimbun (Japanese daily newspaper) we'll investigate the problem of organised crime in Japan and cast a light on the media's reporting of i...
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Join us for Japanese hanami under the beautiful cherry blossoms along the Nakameguro River in Tokyo. Nakameguro is one of the most beautiful places to enjoy sakura season in central Tokyo. During both the daytime and nighttime, you can stroll along the Nakameguro River and enjoy trees overflowing with gorgeous cherry blossoms in both white and pink. In addition to all of the cherry trees, Nakameguro is filled with cute shops and cafes, many of which offer special outdoor food booths during the hanami season. There are many kiosks selling cherry blossom wine and sweets, as you can see in the video. If you want to visit Nakameguro for yourself (it's beautiful year round, not just during sakura season), just go to Nakameguro Station and check the map in the station to find the river. It's ...
Jurassic Park may be the first thing that comes to mind when you see Aogashima Island from the air - but yes, THIS IS TOKYO! It's famous for having a volcano inside a volcano surrounded by dense jungle. It's also considered the smallest town in Japan and the hardest place in Japan to get to. There is no direct transportation to Aogashima. These facts are what make Aogashima the best kept secret in Tokyo! The island is unspoiled. The pristine jungles and beautiful ocean views are like scenes from the movies. HOW TO GET TO AOGASHIMA Air ▶︎ Haneda Airport (Tokyo) to Hachijojima / 50 minutes ▶︎ Helicopter to Aogashima - 20 minutes / 11,530 Yen Note: You have to take the first flight to catch the helicopter or spend the night. Only 1 helicopter flight per day. Sea (Ferry) ▶︎ Takeshiba Pi...
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