Tokyo Okusawa Shrine under the summer rain - 奥澤神社 : Okusawa Shrine is one of those little shrines that you can find pretty much anywhere in Japan, with the exception, however, of its giant dragons made of rope that welcome you at the shrine’s entrance and in the shrine itself. So why take a video of this temple? The rain of course! Indeed there is always something magic about the Japanese rainy season, and if you have the chance to visit Japan during this period, go and find a small Shrine surrounded by trees for a magical, or mystical experience. You won’t regret it! To Subscribe to this Channel, click here!! : For any questions, Inquiries or if you are looking to acquire some of our rush, please contact us here: tokyostreetview@gmail.com Love this video? Feel free to share it among your friends or even better embed it on your website! Twitter : @TokyoStreetView Facebook : Pinterest : Blog : Instagram : Vine :


The art of Sushi making - 寿司 - すし - 4K Ultra HD : The art of sushi making is as complex as it is gorgeous to see and when you are blessed with the chance to have a famous Japanese chef with more than 35 years of experience preparing our very own plate of sushi we had no other choice than to share this unique experience you. So seat back, relax and get ready for a mouth-watering experience! To Subscribe to this Channel, click here!! : For any questions, Inquiries or if you are looking to acquire some of our clips, please contact us here: info@tokyostreetview.com Love this video? Feel free to share it with your friends or even better embed it on your website! Video Gear we use (Official TokyoStreetView Gear List) 📷 Camera 1: 📷 Camera 2: 📷 Zoom Lens: 📷 Wide Lens: 🎤 Microphone: 🎬 All the rest: Stay in Touch with Us! Twitter : @TokyoStreetView Facebook : Pinterest : Blog : Instagram : Reddit :


Japanese lacquer is one of the most famous and amazing craftworks that one can enjoy or, better still, own. Most often delivered in a simple form like a bowl or a cup, Japanese lacquer is one of the most complex forms of craft, or shall we say art, that you can imagine. While Japan offers many “Lacquer” capitals, Wajima, located in Ishikawa prefecture, is very famous for the extreme complexity of its style of Japanese lacquer, and offers its very own type of lacquer also called Wajima Nuri. Depending of the craftsperson, or artist, creating a lacquer object like a bowl, a bento box or tea cup, can involve as many as 200 steps spanning anywhere from 2 to 5 years. It is thanks to the centuries of experience that Wajima Nuri quickly become a beacon of excellence in Japanese lacquer. In the small city of Wajima there are around 1,500 professionals dedicated to this art, as it is a central part of the city’s cultural heritage. To Subscribe to this Channel, click here!! : . For any questions, Inquiries or if you are looking to acquire some of our rush, please contact us here: tokyostreetview@gmail.com Love this video? Feel free to share it among your friends or even better embed it on your website! Twitter : @TokyoStreetView Facebook : Pinterest : . Blog : Instagram : Reddit :


Mie Ise Grand Shrine Naiku - 伊勢神宮内宮 - 4K Ultra HD : Located in Mie prefecture and in the city of Ise, Ise Grand Shrine is a Shinto shrine dedicated to the Amaterasu-Omikami goddess. Spread across a vast part of Ise, Ise Grand Shrine is mainly composed of two major complexes known as Naiku and Geku. Being the principal temple of Ise Grand Shrine, Naiku, is by far the most beautiful shrine of all, with trees as old as 800 years. Being one of Japan’s most sacred shrines it is not permitted for anyone to take photos or videos above a certain threshold, as well as the many partitions that keep the secret beauty of this place intact and only available to a certain few. Simple yet majestic, the shrine is unlike many others in Japan, rebuilt every 20 years from top to bottom including as well the Uji Bridge. This is a 100m long bridge, which also happens to be the only way for people like you and I to access the shrine. To Subscribe to this Channel, click here!! : For any questions, Inquiries or if you are looking to acquire some of our rush, please contact us here: tokyostreetview@gmail.com Love this video? Feel free to share it among your friends or even better embed it on your website! Twitter : @TokyoStreetView Facebook : Pinterest : Blog : Instagram : Vine :


We have covered Shibuya’s famous crossing a few times already, but today we decided to step things up a little and guide you around Shibuya with one of our first “Walking Tours”. So, as usual, kick off your shoes, sit back, relax and enjoy the show! Français Bien que nous ayions déjà posé le trépieds plusieurs fois au Shibuya crossing (le plus grand carrefour piéton du monde), nous avons décidé cette fois d’aller un peu plus loin en vous guidant à travers Shibuya avec un de nos premiers “Walking Tours”. Comme d’habitude, installez vous tranquillement, et admirez le show ! To Subscribe to this Channel, click here!! : For any questions, Inquiries or if you are looking to acquire some of our rush, please contact us here: tokyostreetview@gmail.com Love this video? Feel free to share it among your friends or even better embed it on your website! TokyoStreetView Official Gear list : Twitter : @TokyoStreetView Facebook : Pinterest : Blog : Instagram : Reddit :


Kyoto Kameoka Sagano Romantic Train - 嵯峨野観光鉄道 - 4K Ultra HD : 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 most gorgeous valleys and rivers, Hozugawa, while riding in a good, old-fashioned rail car, either open or closed. Extremely popular during the autumn foliage season, the Sagano Romantic Train is actually a joy to ride all year long. To make your trip even more fantastic make sure to book in advance your return to Kyoto by boat via Kameoka’s unique and fantastic Hozugawa river boat ride shuttles! To Subscribe to this Channel, click here!! : For any questions, Inquiries or if you are looking to acquire some of our rush, please contact us here: tokyostreetview@gmail.com Love this video? Feel free to share it among your friends or even better embed it on your website! Twitter : @TokyoStreetView Facebook : Pinterest : Blog : Instagram : Vine :


Nagano Daio Wasabi Farm - 大王わさび農場 - 4K Ultra HD : Located in Nagano and close to Matsumoto and it's gorgeous castle, the Daio Wasabi Farm is one of Japan’s largest wasabi farms. It is a very popular tourist destination for both wasabi lovers and fans of the 1989 movie “Dreams”, directed by the late great Akira Kurosawa, that used the location’s unique scenery as the backdrop to the movie. There you will be able to experience the distinctive wasabi flavor in different forms like ice cream, croquette, burgers and even beer. You will also have the chance to roam freely around different wasabi fields and see how people are cultivating it! Also, and unlike many other plants, wasabi is extremely sensitive and difficult to cultivate on a large scale. Only a few places in Japan, including Nagano prefecture, Iwate prefecture and the Izu peninsula in Shizuoka prefecture are ideally suited for the large scale growing of wasabi. Finally it is also worth noting that wasabi’s growth is highly dependent on its water source and the cleaner the water is, the better the cultivation of the wasabi will be. To Subscribe to this Channel, click here!! : For any questions, Inquiries or if you are looking to acquire some of our rush, please contact us here: tokyostreetview@gmail.com Love this video? Feel free to share it among your friends or even better embed it on your website! Twitter : @TokyoStreetView Facebook : Pinterest : Blog : Instagram : Vine :


If there is one place in Tokyo that does not need any introduction, it is undoubtedly the Akihabara district! It was after the second world war that Akihabara became Tokyo’s hottest market for electronics and other household goods. However it wasn’t until around 1980 that Akihabara started to became the place to go for all your computer needs. Today you can see that Akihabara has again shifted its focus in other directions, including cheap duty free stores, cosplay cafes, animes and mangas. To be fair, the Akihabara that we all loved in the early 2000’s is dead and there is pretty much nothing interesting to do there besides exploring the gigantic multi storage Yodobashi Camera store. Bottom line, don’t waste your time there since nowadays everything can be ordered online and shipped internationally! To Subscribe to this Channel, click here!! : For any questions, Inquiries or if you are looking to acquire some of our clips, please contact us here: info@tokyostreetview.com Love this video? Feel free to share it with your friends or even better embed it on your website! Video Gear we use (Official TokyoStreetView Gear List) 📷 Camera 1: 📷 Camera 2: 📷 Zoom Lens: 📷 Wide Lens: 🎤 Microphone: 🎬 All the rest: Stay in Touch with Us! Twitter : @TokyoStreetView Facebook : Pinterest : Blog : Instagram : Reddit :


Yamanashi Oshino Hakkai - 忍野八海 - 4K Ultra HD : Located near Lake Yamanaka and just in front of Mt Fuji, Oshino Hakkai is a little village blessed by several crystal clear ponds fed by melting snow from the slopes of Mt. Fuji. Oshino Hakkai, with its location and amazing set of ponds, is the ideal spot for a stunning discovery but only for a few minutes per day. Indeed the place is so small and so majestic that from 9am up to 4pm, Oshino Hakkai turns itself in a little warzone crowded with tourists from neighboring countries. So if you ever have the chance to visit this place, make sure to be there between 8.30 to 9am or after 4pm before the sunset or the magic of this truly amazing place will be spoiled by thousands of tourists. To Subscribe to this Channel, click here!! : For any questions, Inquiries or if you are looking to acquire some of our rush, please contact us here: tokyostreetview@gmail.com Love this video? Feel free to share it among your friends or even better embed it on your website! Twitter : @TokyoStreetView Facebook : Pinterest : Blog : Instagram : Vine :


Saitama Omiya Bonsai Museum - 大宮盆栽美術館 - 4K Ultra HD : Located just 40 minutes away from Tokyo in Saitama City, the Omiya Bonsai Art Museum is the world’s first publicly run museum dedicated to bonsai art. With a collection boasting 100 bonsai masterpieces and bonsai-related artifacts such as bonsai pots, miniature landscape stones (called suiseki), books and woodblock prints, etc., tourists as well as bonsai aficionados can enjoy some of the most amazing bonsai on offer year round. To make the experience more enjoyable for everyone, the Omiya Bonsai Art Museum places, at your disposal, English audio and written guides. Please note though that while we were graciously allowed to freely take videos and photos in this museum, we would like to warn you in advance that only a few items in the collection can be photographed in order to respect everyone’s pleasure to enjoy these gorgeous creations! To Subscribe to this Channel, click here!! : For any questions, Inquiries or if you are looking to acquire some of our rush, please contact us here: tokyostreetview@gmail.com Love this video? Feel free to share it among your friends or even better embed it on your website! Twitter : @TokyoStreetView Facebook : Pinterest : Blog : Instagram : Vine :


Koi carp or more specifically nishikigoi are a huge part of Japanese culture. Thought to be the symbol of luck, prosperity and good fortune, the Koi carp is also venerated by its natural attributes that are perseverance, strength and its tattooed-like body, which are all closely tied to the Japanese national identity. And to be honest, how can you not be amazed to see these gorgeous looking fish swimming quietly and in groups in one of Japans many amazing little ponds like the one of the Happo-En that we previously featured here : To Subscribe to this Channel, click here!! : For any questions, Inquiries or if you are looking to acquire some of our rush, please contact us here: tokyostreetview@gmail.com Love this video? Feel free to share it among your friends or even better embed it on your website! Twitter : @TokyoStreetView Facebook : Pinterest : Blog : Instagram : Vine :


Karakuri puppets, or in Japanese Karakuri Ningyō (からくり人形) are traditional Japanese mechanized automate wonders made originally from the 17th and up to 19th century. Where the word Karakuri stands for “trick” or “mechanisms” in Japanese, these incredible automata were only designed for pure entertainment. Entirely built in wood and powered by weights of by wound springs where each actions of our little puppet are controlled by a set of cams and levers. All in all three main types of Karakuri exist and this depending of where the puppet will be used. The Butai Karakuri or stage karakuri were mainly used in theaters, while the Zashiki Karakuri (video above) were smaller puppets mainly used in homes. And finally the Dashi Karakuri, still used nowadays, are puppets used to perform reenactments of traditional myths and legends used during religious festivals. To Subscribe to this Channel, click here!! : For any questions, Inquiries or if you are looking to acquire some of our clips, please contact us here: info@tokyostreetview.com Love this video? Feel free to share it with your friends or even better embed it on your website! Video Gear we use (Official TokyoStreetView Gear List) 📷 Camera 1: 📷 Camera 2: 📷 Zoom Lens: 📷 Wide Lens: 🎤 Microphone: 🎬 All the rest: Stay in Touch with Us! Twitter : @TokyoStreetView Facebook : Pinterest : Blog : Instagram : Reddit :


Sansa Odori is an amazing festival held every August in the city of Morioka. The origins of this festival lie in the legend of Mitsuishi, which gave Iwate its name. There was a demon that was causing problems for the villagers but the god Mitsuishi captured the demon and forced it to swear that it would never again commit evil acts. This vow was sealed with the demon pressing its hand into a large rock. The villagers rejoiced at this by dancing and singing “Sansa sansa,” giving birth to this festival. With more than 10,000 dancers, drummers and flute players, the Sansa Odori is a 4-day festival, unique to Morioka, that offers one of the most impressive displays of Japanese culture that you could hope for! To Subscribe to this Channel, click here!! : For any questions, Inquiries or if you are looking to acquire some of our rush, please contact us here: tokyostreetview@gmail.com Love this video? Feel free to share it among your friends or even better embed it on your website! Twitter : @TokyoStreetView Facebook : Pinterest : Blog : Instagram : Reddit :


Today’s video will be all about the Tokyo driving experience where we will drive from Toyosu, near Odaiba up to Ueno while driving across the famous Rainbow bridge, through Ginza and up to our final destination of Iriya (just after Ueno) which also marks the end of this section of the Shuto Expressway. Is That You or Are You You by Chris Zabriskie is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license () Source: Artist: To Subscribe to this Channel, click here!! : For any questions, Inquiries or if you are looking to acquire some of our rush, please contact us here: tokyostreetview@gmail.com Love this video? Feel free to share it among your friends or even better embed it on your website! Twitter : @TokyoStreetView Facebook : Pinterest : Blog : Instagram : Reddit :


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, popular amongst people living outside of Tokyo. To be fair, Ginza is far from being the fanciest place in Tokyo and it may disappoint if you were to compare it to the Champs-Élysées in Paris or 5th Avenue in New York. Still if you happen to visit Tokyo from April to September you will be glad to know that Ginza’s major road is closed to cars on weekends in order to become one of Tokyo’s largest pedestrian zones. To Subscribe to this Channel, click here!! : For any questions, Inquiries or if you are looking to acquire some of our rush, please contact us here: tokyostreetview@gmail.com Love this video? Feel free to share it among your friends or even better embed it on your website! TokyoStreetView Official Gear list : Twitter : @TokyoStreetView Facebook : Pinterest : Blog : Instagram : Reddit :


Harajuku is by far one of the most famous districts in Tokyo when it comes to youth fashion and Japanese subculture. While the main point of interest here is the 500m long Takeshita Street and its many trendy shops, used closed stores, fashion boutiques and small Japanese crepe stands and other fast food restaurants. Harajuku Station is also, thanks to its unique architecture one the area’s main point of interest. However, like many things in Tokyo, this cute little station will soon be turned into pieces to make place to a new soulless station in order to accommodate more people for the upcoming 2020 Olympics. Français 🇨🇵 Harajuku est de loin le quartier le plus réputé de Tokyo en ce qui concerne la mode chez les jeunes et la sous-culture japonaise. Tout le potentiel de Harajuku se concentre sur les 500m de sa rue Takeshita et au travers de ses boutiques branchées, de ses vieux magasins fermés, et de ses vendeurs de crêpes et autres fast-food. La gare de Harajuku est aussi, de par son architecture unique, un lieu incontournable. Cependant, comme beaucoup de choses à Tokyo, cette belle petite gare va être très prochainement démantelée pour être remplacée par une nouvelle gare sans charme afin de servir plus de voyageurs en prévision des Jeux Olympiques 2020 To Subscribe to this Channel, click here!! : For any questions, Inquiries or if you are looking to acquire some of our clips, please contact us here: tokyostreetview@gmail.com Love this video? Feel free to share it with your friends or even better embed it on your website! TokyoStreetView Official Gear list: Twitter : @TokyoStreetView Facebook : Pinterest : Blog : Instagram : Reddit :


One of Tokyo’s most popular areas, Shinjuku only truly reveals itself at night. Dirty, noisy and somehow vulgar, Shinjuku at night is nonetheless one of the most interesting places to visit in Tokyo. Shinjuku is divided into different smaller areas that are not always welcoming to cameras at night, and for good reason. Among these areas we have the famous “Golden Gai”, a set of small streets crowded with bars that can often fit only a few people at a time and where Japanese salarymen and other partygoers drink until they can no longer walk straight. You will also find “Kabuki-cho”, the “adult” district of Shinjuku with many hostess bars and sometimes more. Limited in our actions and often asked, not always politely, to “% $% off”, we tried our best to capture the essence, or spirit if you will, of Shinjuku at night - around its station and along Yasukuni Dori. We hope that you will enjoy this series of 2 videos and we will try our best next time to dig deeper into these forbidden streets. To Subscribe to this Channel, click here!! : For any questions, Inquiries or if you are looking to acquire some of our clips, please contact us here: info@tokyostreetview.com Love this video? Feel free to share it with your friends or even better embed it on your website! Video Gear we use (Official TokyoStreetView Gear List) 📷 Camera 1: 📷 Camera 2: 📷 Zoom Lens: 📷 Wide Lens: 🎤 Microphone: 🎬 All the rest: Stay in Touch with Us! Twitter : @TokyoStreetView Facebook : Pinterest : Blog : Instagram : Reddit :


Just two days after the Toka Machi Market at Hikawa Shrine, the city of Saitama holds the Juninichi-Machi Market each December 12th. Started around the Meiji period (from 1868 to 1912). The Juninichi-Machi Market with the Tsuki Shrine as it center, features more than 800 street stalls selling everything from food to good luck rakes that you can later bless at the Tsuki Shrine. Smaller in terms of seize and things to do or see then the Toka Machi Market, Juninichi-Machi Market is nonetheless worth checking out if you are around during that period of the year or if you missed the Toka Machi Market. To Subscribe to this Channel, click here!! : For any questions, Inquiries or if you are looking to acquire some of our rush, please contact us here: tokyostreetview@gmail.com Love this video? Feel free to share it among your friends or even better embed it on your website! Twitter : @TokyoStreetView Facebook : Pinterest : Blog : Instagram : Reddit :


Autumn is finally upon us and like pretty much everywhere in the world, autumn colors in Japan are something pretty amazing to see and enjoy. Better known as ‘koyo’ in Japanese, this phenomenon attract millions of visitors to parks and temples all across the country for this yearly natural celebration. While we will cover autumn leaves later this month in different temples, we decided to start the season with the amazing forests, lake and waterfall surrounding Nikko, including Yumoto Onsen, Yudaki Waterfall, Lake Chuzenji, Mt Hangetsuyama in order and to finish with the magnificent Kegon Waterfall! To Subscribe to this Channel, click here!! : For any questions, Inquiries or if you are looking to acquire some of our rush, please contact us here: tokyostreetview@gmail.com Love this video? Feel free to share it among your friends or even better embed it on your website! TokyoStreetView Official Gear list : Twitter : @TokyoStreetView Facebook : Pinterest : Blog : Instagram : Reddit :


Located on the mountain top of Fujiyoshida City in the Yamanashi prefecture, the Chureito Pagoda is part of the Arakusa Sengen Shrine and was built as a peace memorial in 1963. This gorgeous five-storey pagoda can be reached after climbing around 400 steps and, once there, will give you one of the most breathtaking views of Mount Fuji. It would be hard to find a better view anywhere in the region, especially when it reaches its ‘beauty peak’ during the sakura (cherry blossom) season. As for the Arakura Sengen Shrine, it is said that this holy place was erected in 705, and while relatively small its unique location and torii (gate) facing Mount Fuji is also something worth checking out when visiting Chureito Pagoda. Français Située au sommet de la montagne de Fujiyoshida dans la préfecture de Yamanashi, la Pagode Chureito est une partie du sanctuaire Arakusa Sengen et est un mémorial de la paix datant de 1963. Cette magnifique pagode de 5 histoires nous ouvre ses portes après une ascension de 400 marches, et nous récompensera de notre effort par une des vues les plus surprenantes sur le mont Fuji. Il serait même exceptionnel de trouver une meilleure vue dans la région, surtout quand on se rend ici pendant la saison des sakura (la floraison des cerisiers blancs). Tout comme le sanctuaire Arakura Sengen, il est dit que ce lieu sac To Subscribe to this Channel, click here!! : For any questions, Inquiries or if you are looking to acquire some of our rush, please contact us here: tokyostreetview@gmail.com Love this video? Feel free to share it among your friends or even better embed it on your website! Twitter : @TokyoStreetView Facebook : Pinterest : Blog : Instagram : Vine :


Nagoya by Night - 名古屋の夜景 - 4K Ultra HD : Despite being the 4th largest city in Japan with over 2 million inhabitants, Nagoya is often snubbed for its larger neighbor : Osaka. Still, Nagoya as a lot to offer and if you give it a chance, Nagoya will surely surprise you with its vibrancy and its unique atmosphere where modernity and tradition collide for our pleasure, either by day… or by night! On this video we will walk around Nagoya’s Sakae District featuring some of Nagoya’s iconic spots including the Mitsukoshi - LaChic building, the Sunshine Sakae and its ferris wheel, and also the Oasis 21 observation deck with its beautiful view of the Nagoya TV Tower. To Subscribe to this Channel, click here!! : For any questions, Inquiries or if you are looking to acquire some of our rush, please contact us here: tokyostreetview@gmail.com Love this video? Feel free to share it among your friends or even better embed it on your website! Twitter : @TokyoStreetView Facebook : Pinterest : Blog : Instagram :


Located in the center of Tokyo in the Roppongi district, Tokyo Midtown is a huge complex opened in 2007 that includes offices and headquarters of major companies, such as Fujifilm and Konami. There are also shops, restaurants, museums, the Ritz Carlton Hotel as well as a gorgeous garden that is very popular at the weekend. Some will argue that Tokyo Midtown may not offer the best shopping mall, but it does offer however a huge selection of restaurants that we definitely suggest you check out if you have time and a bit of cash to spare! To Subscribe to this Channel, click here!! : For any questions, Inquiries or if you are looking to acquire some of our rush, please contact us here: tokyostreetview@gmail.com Love this video? Feel free to share it among your friends or even better embed it on your website! Twitter : @TokyoStreetView Facebook : Pinterest : Blog : Instagram : Reddit :


Tochigi Ashikaga Park : Wisteria Festival - あしかがフラワーパーク - 4K Ultra HD : Japanese people are very fond of flowers and nature in general, explaining why parks and flower parks are something pretty (no pun intended) common here. While the park is a delight all year long, it is around the beginning of May, and during the Wisteria Festival, that the place becomes incredibly popular, with the hours of traffic jams that come with it. Named Fuji (like Mt. Fuji,) the wisteria is loved by Japanese people, and this park is one of Japan’s best places to enjoy this gorgeous flower. You can also marvel at its many wisteria tunnels as well as its unique 100-year old fuji, with branches spanning out with an approximately 25m radius. To Subscribe to this Channel, click here!! : For any questions, Inquiries or if you are looking to acquire some of our rush, please contact us here: tokyostreetview@gmail.com Love this video? Feel free to share it among your friends or even better embed it on your website! Twitter : @TokyoStreetView Facebook : Pinterest : Blog : Instagram : Vine :


Tokyo Gotanda - 五反田 - 4K Ultra HD : Far from being a tourist destination, Gotanda is nonetheless an interesting place to visit or to stay if you ever come to Tokyo. Located in Shinagawa, Gotanda is one of Yamanote Line’s main stations, and offers a wide range of affordable places to stay and eat, making it a perfect location if you are on a tight budget. Although by day it is strictly a bustling business district, Gotanda at night transforms itself into something akin to being Kabukicho’s little sister, with it's compact, but very active, red-light district. To Subscribe to this Channel, click here!! : For any questions, Inquiries or if you are looking to acquire some of our rush, please contact us here: tokyostreetview@gmail.com Love this video? Feel free to share it among your friends or even better embed it on your website! Twitter : @TokyoStreetView Facebook : Pinterest : Blog : Instagram : Vine :


One of Tokyo’s largest train stations and a hub for the shinkansen (the Bullet Train), Shinagawa Station is also home to several office buildings, residences, a shopping mall and a small park. To be fair there isn’t anything special about this place that you would not find anywhere else, however millions of people, tourists or not, are passing through this station without really taking the time to discover it. Today’s video tries to right this wrong and our camera will slowly guide you around Shinagawa station and its many faces. To Subscribe to this Channel, click here!! : For any questions, Inquiries or if you are looking to acquire some of our rush, please contact us here: tokyostreetview@gmail.com Love this video? Feel free to share it among your friends or even better embed it on your website! Twitter : @TokyoStreetView Facebook : Pinterest : Blog : Instagram : Vine :


Tokyo Shibuya Mikoshi Parade - 渋谷金王八幡例大祭 - 4K Ultra HD : Mikoshi Parades are the gathering and demonstration of divine palanquins carried by Shinto followers. Extremely popular in Japan, every single little parish or ward hosts their own little matsuri (festival) each year, including these Mikoshi Parades. Like the rest of Japan, Shibuya is no exception and every third Saturday and Sunday of September, since 1092, Shibuya hosts a unique Mikoshi parade that includes many different towns from both Aoyama and Shibuya wards. Located in the heart of Shibuya this parade is not only popular with the Japanese but also with foreign tourists, who are often stunned to discover that despite being one of Japan's most fashionable places, Shibuya can also be very traditional! To Subscribe to this Channel, click here!! : For any questions, Inquiries or if you are looking to acquire some of our rush, please contact us here: tokyostreetview@gmail.com Love this video? Feel free to share it among your friends or even better embed it on your website! Twitter : @TokyoStreetView Facebook : Pinterest : Blog : Instagram : Vine :


Located in central Gifu, Gujō Hachiman seems to be one of those small towns where time passes by ten times slower than usual. At the confluence of the upper Nagara-gawa (river) and the Yoshida-gawa (river), this town, founded in the 16th century following the construction of the Hachiman Castle, is known for two main things. Firstly, its pristine waterways where many people come and fish, and secondly for its unique summer dance festival, the Gujo Dori which continues from July to September for a period of thirty-one nights! To Subscribe to this Channel, click here!! : For any questions, Inquiries or if you are looking to acquire some of our rush, please contact us here: tokyostreetview@gmail.com Love this video? Feel free to share it among your friends or even better embed it on your website! Twitter : @TokyoStreetView Facebook : Pinterest : Blog : Instagram : Reddit :


Simply meaning “New World” Shinsekai was a district developed before the second world war which unfortunately was left neglected for decades afterward and only became popular years later. Built in 1912 just after the Eiffel Tower, the Tsutenkaku now features an open-air deck on top of the main observatory since 2015. Despite its fame, Shinsekai is a very small district and does not offer many attractions besides The Tsutenkaku Tower and its many restaurants offering one of Osaka’s best-known specialties: Kushikatsu, s deep fried, skewers of whatever food you can think of! Français 🇫🇷 Avec la simple signification de “Nouveau Monde”, Shinsekai etait un quartier développé avant la seconde guerre mondiale, et qui depuis a malheureusement été négligé pendant des décennies avant de devenir populaire. Au centre de Shinsekai se dresse la tour Tsutenkaku. Construite en 1912 juste après la Tour Eiffel, la Tsutenkaku, qui s’élève sur 103 étages, a en fait été décomposée pour ses matériaux durant la seconde guerre mondiale, puis fut reconstruite en 1956 avec ses équipements actuels, et depuis 2015, avec un observatoire principal à ciel ouvert en son sommet. Shinsekai reste cependant un quartier qui n’a pas beaucoup d’attractions à offrir en dehors de la tour Tsutenkaku et de ses restaurants qui servent une des meilleures spécialités d’Osaka : Kushikatsu, des brochettes grillées de toutes sortes d’aliments qui vous viennent à l’idée ! To Subscribe to this Channel, click here!! : For any questions, Inquiries or if you are looking to acquire some of our clips, please contact us here: tokyostreetview@gmail.com Love this video? Feel free to share it with your friends or even better embed it on your website! TokyoStreetView Official Gear list: Twitter : @TokyoStreetView Facebook : Pinterest : Blog : Instagram : Reddit :


Japanese traditional dolls - 人形 - 4K Ultra HD : Like any culture, dolls or ningyō, have been and are still very popular in Japan. Today we had the chance to share with you some of these gorgeous creations made by Fukuda-sensei, a Japanese doll master we had the chance to meet while exploring their creations and private collection in Tokyo. Unlike Europe for example, Japanese Dolls were not only toys for kids but also considered as art in much the same way as statues are art, and this is how they are treated in many Japanese homes. Like an elaborate sculpture, it can take up to one year to make such a doll from start to finish, due to the delicate nature of the materials involved and the time required for the paint to dry. Doll masters sometimes need up to one month to finish a doll’s head for example and need to pay close attention to humidity when working. Finally, on average a doll costs between 100,000 - 500,000 yen, but the rarest ones can fetch up to several million yen, depending on how famous the artist is. To Subscribe to this Channel, click here!! : For any questions, Inquiries or if you are looking to acquire some of our rush, please contact us here: tokyostreetview@gmail.com Love this video? Feel free to share it among your friends or even better embed it on your website! Twitter : @TokyoStreetView Facebook : Pinterest : Blog : Instagram :


Hiroshima Okonomimura & Hondori Arcade - お好み村 本通: A typical feature of most Japanese towns, shopping arcades in Hiroshima come in many forms and sizes. But, if you had to visit one, and only one, we would strongly recommend you go and have a walk along the Hondori Arcade. Take time to explore the one-kilometer long covered shopping district and finish your journey at Okonomimura, the temple of Hiroshima-style Okonomiyaki! To Subscribe to this Channel, click here!! : For any questions, Inquiries or if you are looking to acquire some of our rush, please contact us here: tokyostreetview@gmail.com Love this video? Feel free to share it among your friends or even better embed it on your website! Twitter : @TokyoStreetView Facebook : Pinterest : Blog : Instagram : Vine :


We’ve covered Shibuya many times in the past. We’ve made a short walking tour video before of the area, but we have to admit that we are fascinated by the place and we could not resist shooting yet another walking video of Shibuya, this time in winter! We hope you will enjoy this new video as we are exploring places that we did not cover last time. To Subscribe to this Channel, click here!! : For any questions, Inquiries or if you are looking to acquire some of our clips, please contact us here: info@tokyostreetview.com Love this video? Feel free to share it with your friends or even better embed it on your website! Video Gear we use (Official TokyoStreetView Gear List) 📷 Camera 1: 📷 Camera 2: 📷 Zoom Lens: 📷 Wide Lens: 🎤 Microphone: 🎬 All the rest: Stay in Touch with Us! Twitter : @TokyoStreetView Facebook : Pinterest : Blog : Instagram : Reddit :


Today’s video marks the beginning of a new series of content about Japan where we will bring you along with us when we are walking around Tokyo and other areas. Unlike other videos we used to upload in the past, and that we will continue to upload in the future, these new “Everyday slice of Japanese Life” videos have no real goal but to share with you some moment of Japanese people’s lives throughout the year. We hope you will enjoy this new series of videos and please do not hesitate to leave your comments and reactions below. Note : Shooting such videos with our usual gear is a bit tricky and we decided to opt for a more compact and easy-to-handle solution using a GoPro. As such the quality of these videos may not be as good as the ones we used to upload. Thank you for your understanding. To Subscribe to this Channel, click here!! : For any questions, Inquiries or if you are looking to acquire some of our rush, please contact us here: tokyostreetview@gmail.com Love this video? Feel free to share it among your friends or even better embed it on your website! Twitter : @TokyoStreetView Facebook : Pinterest : Blog : Instagram : Reddit :


Nagano Zuishinmon Gate - 随神門 - 4K Ultra HD : Our last video on the Togakushi shrine will be dedicated to not a shrine itself but to one of its gates, the famous Zuishinmon Gate (随神門). Zuishinmon Gate is in fact part of the Togakushi-Okusha (奥社) located far off in the Togakushi village forest, and rather difficult to access, especially in winter. In fact, the Togakushi-Okusha (奥社) is actually the least attractive shrine of the three, due to its concrete modern construction and its many surrounding restaurants. However the path to access this temple is one of the most gorgeous you can enjoy in Japan in winter with a several-kilometer long pathway surrounded by over 300 majestic old Cryptomeria trees. Halfway along you will find the splendid red Zuishinmon Gate (随神門) which has, once covered by snow, a true beauty of its own. To Subscribe to this Channel, click here!! : For any questions, Inquiries or if you are looking to acquire some of our rush, please contact us here: tokyostreetview@gmail.com Love this video? Feel free to share it among your friends or even better embed it on your website! Twitter : @TokyoStreetView Facebook : Pinterest : Blog : Instagram : Vine :


Have you ever wonder where most Japanese restaurants in Tokyo are purchasing those mouth-watering, but fake, sushi and ramen? Well stop wondering since they must have been probably been purchased in one of the many specialized stores in Kappabashi-Dori! Located between Ueno and Asakusa, Kappabashi-Dori is almost entirely populated with shops specialized in supplying goods and other kitchenwares to Tokyo, and indeed Japan’s, restaurants and cafes. These stores sells pretty much everything form the fake plastic display food to knives and even ovens and furniture. To be fair, Kappabashi is not the most exciting tourist destination you may find in Tokyo. Nevertheless it is a place worth checking if you have an hour or two to spare, especially if you’ve ever dreamed of having your very own fake food sample. Finally while it is still unclear from where this street gets its name, it’s similarity with the Japanese mythical creature “Kappa” or River child (河童) has made it the favorite choice of the shop owners for many years, and a few years back it became the official mascot of the area. Français 🇫🇷 Lorsque vous vous promenez dans les rues japonaises pour la toute première fois, quelque chose de jamais vu ailleurs vous surprendra dans les minutes qui viennent : les vitrines de restaurants. Des faux plats plus que réalistes sont présentés en vitrine ou à l’entrée des restaurants pour accompagner le menu et ainsi se faire une idée directe du contenu de l’assiette (et surtout de la contenance, pour les gourmands comme nous ! ). Ici, à Kappabashi-Dori, un bon nombre de magasins sont spécialisés dans la vente de ces faux ramens et faux sushis qui savent si bien nous faire saliver. Nous y trouverons également des couteaux et autres ustensiles de cuisine. Franchement, Kappabashi n’est pas la destination la plus crépitante à Tokyo. Néanmoins, ce quartier vaut le détour si vous avez une heure ou deux à dépenser, et si vous tenez absolument à rentrer avec votre propre exemplaire de nourriture en plastique. De nos jours, l’origine exacte du nom emprunté pour ce quartier reste un peu trouble, mais l’hypothèse de la forte similitude avec la créature japonaise mythique Kappa (ou River Child 河童) fut retenue pendant plusieurs années. Cette créature est d’ailleurs devenue la mascotte officielle de ces lieux très récemment. To Subscribe to this Channel, click here!! : For any questions, Inquiries or if you are looking to acquire some of our clips, please contact us here: info@tokyostreetview.com Love this video? Feel free to share it with your friends or even better embed it on your website! Video Gear we use (Official TokyoStreetView Gear List) 📷 Camera 1: 📷 Camera 2: 📷 Zoom Lens: 📷 Wide Lens: 🎤 Microphone: 🎬 All the rest: Stay in Touch with Us! Twitter : @TokyoStreetView Facebook : Pinterest : Blog : Instagram : Reddit :


Tokyo Meiji-Jingu - 明治神宮 - 4K Ultra HD : Located in Shibuya, Meiji-Jingu (Meiji Shrine) is a Japanese holy site dedicated to the spirit of the Emperor Meiji and his wife Empress Shoken. Built only recently (from 1915 to 1926), the shrine was built in the traditional ‘nagare-zukuri’ style using mainly copper and Japanese cypress. Unfortunately, like many other buildings around Tokyo, Meiji-Jingu was destroyed during the Second World War and it is only thanks to the generous donations from Japanese citizens that the structure was rebuilt and restored in 1958. Open to all, Meiji-Jingu is one of the most visited temples in Japan and also a place where everyone can come and celebrate their union in the purest Japanese tradition. To Subscribe to this Channel, click here!! : For any questions, Inquiries or if you are looking to acquire some of our rush, please contact us here: tokyostreetview@gmail.com Love this video? Feel free to share it among your friends or even better embed it on your website! Twitter : @TokyoStreetView Facebook : Pinterest : Blog : Instagram : Vine :


The pinnacle of Japanese teen culture, Harajuku and more precisely Takeshita Street, or in japanese Takeshita Dori, is a 500m long street featuring many trendy shops, used clothes stores, fashion boutiques as well as many japanese crepe stands and fast food restaurants. Extremely crowded all day long, Takeshita Street is unique to Tokyo and really worth the time spent there whether or you are looking for something to buy or not! To Subscribe to this Channel, click here!! : For any questions, Inquiries or if you are looking to acquire some of our rush, please contact us here: tokyostreetview@gmail.com Love this video? Feel free to share it among your friends or even better embed it on your website! Twitter : @TokyoStreetView Facebook : Pinterest : Blog : Instagram : Reddit :


Chiba Ono River Sawara - 佐原 - 4K Ultra HD : Located in the heart of Chiba and 15 kilometers away from Narita Airport, Sawara street and the Ono River in Katori City look like they have been frozen in time with multiple buildings from the Edo period. Like many other well preserved Edo Period streets, you will find in Sawara many houses of former merchants whose business flourished thanks to the Ono River and its many boats transporting goods to and from Edo* (*Tokyo). Thanks to its past history, Sawara has been designated as a national preservation district, with some houses still in use as places of business or in some case turned into small museums. To Subscribe to this Channel, click here!! : For any questions, Inquiries or if you are looking to acquire some of our rush, please contact us here: tokyostreetview@gmail.com Love this video? Feel free to share it among your friends or even better embed it on your website! Twitter : @TokyoStreetView Facebook : Pinterest : Blog : Instagram : Vine :


Back when we started the whole “TokyoStreetView” project, we started to cover Tokyo’s most famous, or shall I say iconic locations. But with time not only our gear changed and we decided that it was about time to revisit some of them and give you yet another taste of what they can offer. Today we will guide you through the streets of Akihabara with another one in our “Walking Around” series. Back in early 2000, Akihabara was really the world´s best place to purchase electronics, computer parts, cameras and so on, but almost two decades later, Akihabara is just the ghost of what it used to be. Sure you can still find some interesting stuff there, but the choice of places where you could go have been cut by a good 60%. Most of the nice stores that we used to shop at have disappeared and now sell online or have been replaced by a scary number of these cheap tourist traps called Duty Free stores. Still, Akihabara is a place that you have to visit once in your life, but besides the occasional stroll to the Yodobashi Akiba in order to play with the latest cameras or to compare products, goods deals in Japan are now on Amazon.jp or Kakaku.com. Français 🇫🇷 A la naissance du projet “TokyoStreetView”, nous commencions par des reportage sur les plus célèbres, ou devrais-je plutôt dire, les plus iconiques des endroits de Tokyo. Or depuis le temps, notre matériel a bien évolué, et nous souhaitons revisiter quelques uns de ces lieux afin de les apprécier sous un nouvel angle. Aujourd’hui, nous allons vous guider dans les rues d’Akihabara au travers de cet épisode de notre série “Walking Around”. Au début des années 2000, Akihabara était la référence mondiale pour l’achat d’objets électroniques, de composants de PC, de matériel photo, etc… mais après presque 20 ans déjà, Akihabara n’est plus que le spectre de ce qu’elle était. Vous trouverez encore du matériel intéressant, mais le large choix de lieux qu’il est recommandé de visiter a presque chuté de moitié. En effet, les bons magasins où nous avions l’habitude de faire escale ont disparu et ne proposent désormais que de la vente en ligne, ou ont été purement remplacés par ces pièges à touristes que nous appelons “Duty Free”. Akihabara reste toujours cependant un endroit à visiter au moins une fois dans sa vie, mais en dehors d’un saut occasionnel au gigantesque magasin Yodobashi Akiba pour jouer avec les dernières caméras, les bonnes affaires au Japon se trouvent desormais sur Amazon.jp ou Kakaku.com. To Subscribe to this Channel, click here!! : For any questions, Inquiries or if you are looking to acquire some of our clips, please contact us here: info@tokyostreetview.com Love this video? Feel free to share it with your friends or even better embed it on your website! Video Gear we use (Official TokyoStreetView Gear List) 📷 Camera 1: 📷 Camera 2: 📷 Zoom Lens: 📷 Wide Lens: 🎤 Microphone: 🎬 All the rest: Stay in Touch with Us! Twitter : @TokyoStreetView Facebook : Pinterest : Blog : Instagram : Reddit :


Here you are, as requested, an unaltered 15-minute long 4K Video of the ride on the Yurikamome from Daiba Station to Shimbashi Station. If you are interested in the Shimbashi to Odaiba-Kaihinkoen version of this video, please follow this link! Uncut 15 minutes long ride on the Yurikamome from Daiba Station to Shimbashi Station in gorgeous 4K Video, Enjoy! A 4K hyper-lapse version of this video is also available here: Français 🇫🇷 Voici pour vous à présent, une vidéo 4K de 15 minutes en vitesse normale à bord du train Yurikamome au départ de la station Daiba vers la station Shimbashi. Si vous êtes curieux de voir à quoi ressemble ce parcours au départ de la station Shimbashi vers la station Odaiba-Kaihinkoen, veuillez de suivre ce lien. To Subscribe to this Channel, click here!! : For any questions, Inquiries or if you are looking to acquire some of our clips, please contact us here: info@tokyostreetview.com Love this video? Feel free to share it with your friends or even better embed it on your website! Video Gear we use (Official TokyoStreetView Gear List) 📷 Camera 1: 📷 Camera 2: 📷 Zoom Lens: 📷 Wide Lens: 🎤 Microphone: 🎬 All the rest: Stay in Touch with Us! Twitter : @TokyoStreetView Facebook : Pinterest : Blog : Instagram : Reddit :


Did you know that beneath Shibuya Station, and crossing exists a roughly 370m long passageway? Connecting Shibuya’s latest skyscraper, the Hikarie and the world famous 109 Building, the mecca of teenage fashion, Chikamichi, which basically means the street under, is mainly used by daily commuters on their way to work or as a connection hub. This passageway also offers a unique “lounge” where people can come and go for a rest or, if needed, to gather information about the Shibuya area. To Subscribe to this Channel, click here!! : For any questions, Inquiries or if you are looking to acquire some of our rush, please contact us here: tokyostreetview@gmail.com Love this video? Feel free to share it among your friends or even better embed it on your website! TokyoStreetView Official Gear list : Twitter : @TokyoStreetView Facebook : Pinterest : Blog : Instagram : Reddit :


Located in the heart of Yamagata prefecture mountains, Ginzan Onsen or in English the Silver Mountain Hot Spring, is a secluded little hot spring town with a rich history in silver mining! Indeed, before becoming one of Japan most picturesque Hot Spring town, Ginzan Onsen was famous for its past silver mining operation. It all started in 1456 when the first silver was found and little by little the “silver fever” made the fortune of some of very lucky people. It is only in 1741 however that the hot springs of Ginzan was discovered and, roughly just in time when the silver mines starting to close down. During warmer seasons it is possible to visit part of the old silver mine as well as having a wonderful walk in the small forest behind the village. Now famous for its Onsen, public or not, its ashiyu or foot bath and its many gorgeous Ryokans, Ginzan is definitely the best place to relax if you can afford one of these luxury Ryokans. Indeed visiting Ginzan Onsen can be done in terms of minutes if you have no interest in nature and quickly become boring in winter during the day. Our recommendation would be to stay at least a night there in Winter to enjoy the beauty of the area at night, or during the warmer season with a good hike in the surrounding area. Français Situé en plein coeur des montagnes de la préfecture de Yamagata, Ginzan Onsen, ou le bain de source thermale de la montagne d’argent, est une belle petite ville dont l’histoire de ses mines d’argent est bien riche ! En effet, avant de devenir un des endroits les plus pittoresques du Japon grâce à ses thermes, Ginzan Onsen était célèbre pour son extraction d’argent. Tout a commencé en 1456 quand le premier gravat d’argent fut trouvé, et a peu à peu laisse place à la “fièvre de l’argent” qui a fait la fortune de quelques chanceux. Ce n’est cependant qu’en 1741 que les sources d’eau thermales de Ginzan furent découvertes, juste au moment ou les mines d’argent commençaient à devenir moins rentables et fermaient les unes après les autres. Pendant les saisons un peu plus chaudes, il est possible de visiter une partie de la vieille mine d’argent ou de profiter d’une belle promenade dans la forêt derrière le village. Désormais célèbre pour ses Onsen, publics ou non, son ashiyu (bain pour les pieds), et ses nombreux ryokans, Ginzan est vraiment le meilleur endroit pour vous détendre si vous pouvez vous offrir un de ces ryokans. En effet, la visite de Ginzan Onsen peut être faite en plusieurs minutes si vous n’avez aucun intérêt dans la nature et peut rapidement vous sembler ennuyeuse pendant les jours d’hiver. Nous vous recommandons d’y rester au moins une nuit en hiver afin de profiter de la beauté nocturne de ce lieu, ou de vous offrir une belle escapade dans les environs pendant les saisons plus chaudes. To Subscribe to this Channel, click here!! : For any questions, Inquiries or if you are looking to acquire some of our clips, please contact us here: tokyostreetview@gmail.com Love this video? Feel free to share it with your friends or even better embed it on your website! TokyoStreetView Official Gear list: Twitter : @TokyoStreetView Facebook : Pinterest : Blog : Instagram : Reddit :


Kyoto Otagi Nenbutsu-ji - 愛宕念仏寺 - 4K Ultra HD : Located in the neighborhood of Arashiyama in Kyoto, Otagi Nenbutsu-Ji is a Buddhist temple famous for its 1200 rakan, or stone statues, representing the disciples of Buddha. Founded in the middle of the eighth century by Empress Shōtoku, the Otagi Nenbutsu-ji had been destroyed many times until it was moved to its current location in 1922. Difficult to access on foot from Arashiyama, Otagi Nenbutsu-ji does offer a stunning experience as well as treating you to some of Kyoto’s finest dishes thanks to its nearby restaurants. To Subscribe to this Channel, click here!! : For any questions, Inquiries or if you are looking to acquire some of our rush, please contact us here: tokyostreetview@gmail.com Love this video? Feel free to share it among your friends or even better embed it on your website! Twitter : @TokyoStreetView Facebook : Pinterest : Blog : Instagram : Vine :


Mount Omuro, or in Japanese Omuroyama is an exciting volcano located by the shore of the eastern coast of the Izu Peninsula in Shizuoka Prefecture. At 580 meters tall and with a crater at 300 meters wide, Mt. Omuro is accessible all year long and will give you a unique chance to not only walk around the crater of a now dead volcano, but also enjoy a wonderful view of the surrounding area. Français 🇫🇷 Le Mont Omuro, Omuroyama en japonais, est un magnifique volcan situé sur la rive de la côte Est de la péninsule d’Izu dans la préfecture de Shizuoka. Haut de 580 mètres avec un cratère d’un diamètre de 300m, le Mont Omuro est accessible toute l’année et vous offrira une chance unique de non seulement marcher autour du cratère, mais également de profiter d’une vue panoramique sur les environs. Music by Chris Zabriskie: Stories About The World That Once Was To Subscribe to this Channel, click here!! : For any questions, Inquiries or if you are looking to acquire some of our clips, please contact us here: tokyostreetview@gmail.com Love this video? Feel free to share it with your friends or even better embed it on your website! TokyoStreetView Official Gear list: Twitter : @TokyoStreetView Facebook : Pinterest : Blog : Instagram : Reddit :


Tokyo Jindai-Ji - 深大寺 - 4K Ultra HD : Founded in 733 and converted to the Tendai Sect in 859, Jindai-ji is actually the second oldest temple in Tokyo area after Sensoji in Asakuasa. Rather difficult to access from Tokyo, Jindai-ji is actually located in the Tokyo suburb of Chofu, but this temple has much to offer for anyone willing to make the trip out there. Beside the temple by itself, there are many things to do and discover at Jindai-Ji, chief among them a representation of the temple’s founder in the form of a wooden statue that Japanese people worship and touch for good luck. Less spiritual but still pretty mystical is the Gegege no Kitaro Chaya. This is a store dedicated to the Japanese manga and animation, Gegege no Kitaro, whose author, Shigeru Mizuki, took the temple as inspiration for his main character’s world. Jindai-ji also hosts a pet cemetery as well as many Soba restaurants located by the temple entrance. To Subscribe to this Channel, click here!! : For any questions, Inquiries or if you are looking to acquire some of our rush, please contact us here: tokyostreetview@gmail.com Love this video? Feel free to share it among your friends or even better embed it on your website! Twitter : @TokyoStreetView Facebook : Pinterest : Blog : Instagram : Vine :


Known by many as the Japanese version of the Champs-Élysées, Omotesando Avenue was in fact originally created in the Taisho Era (1912 – 1926) as the formal pathway to the Emperor Meiji and his wife Empress Shoken temple also known as the Meiji Shrine. Today things are really different and as stated earlier, Omotesando Avenue has been transformed into a more of a sophisticated shopping area than a religious one. Brands like Chanel, Loewe, Louis Vuitton, Tod’s, Dior, Prada and even Apple are now the rulers in this avenue of luxury. Is this avenue worth checking out? Well yes, while you may found most of these brands in many other cities around the world, Omotesando and its Zelkova tree-lined avenue make for a nice pleasant walk before reaching the Meiji Shrine and the wacky Harajuku area. Finally, if you have been vastly disappointed by Asakusa cheap souvenir shops we strongly advise you to visit the Oriental Bazar located on the avenue. Oriental Bazaar offers premium goods and souvenirs from Japan without breaking the bank! Looking for something weirder? Go and check the new Kiddy Land store (). Created in 1950 Kiddy Land is one of most famous toy establishments in Japan where you will find some of the coolest things that are only sold in Japan! Français 🇫🇷 Considerée par tous comme les Champs-Elysee japonais, l’avenue Omotesando a en fait été créée durant l’ère Taisho (1912 - 1926) pour assurer une voie directe au temple de l’empereur Meiji et de sa femme l’impératrice Shoken, surtout connu sous le nom de temple Meiji. De nos jours, les choses ont pris une toute autre tournure. En effet, l’aspect purement religieux pour lequel l’avenue Omotesandro a vu le jour a laissé sa place aàune zone commerciale moderne. Des marques comme Chanel, Loewe, Louis Vuitton, Tod’s, Dior, Prada, ou même Apple sont desormais les “empereurs” de cette avenue de luxe. Est-ce que cette avenue vaut cependant le détour ? Absolument. Bien que vous pourriez aisément trouver toutes ses marques dans d’autres villes du monde, l’avenue Omotesandro ainsi que l’avenue Zelkova délimitée par ses arbres offrent une belle promenade avant d’atteindre ce fameux temple Meiji et le quartier farfelu d’Harajuku. Et pour finir, si vous avez été deçu par les magasins de souvenir à petits prix d’Asakusa, nous vous recommandons fortement de faire un tour au bazar oriental situé sur l’avenue. Le bazar propose des produits de premier choix sans pour autant exploser votre budget ! Si vous recherchez des objets plus insolites, visitez donc le tout nouveau magasin Kiddy Land. Créé en 1950, Kiddy Land est specialisé dans la vente de jouets que vous ne trouverez exclusivement qu’au Japon. To Subscribe to this Channel, click here!! : For any questions, Inquiries or if you are looking to acquire some of our clips, please contact us here: info@tokyostreetview.com Love this video? Feel free to share it with your friends or even better embed it on your website! Video Gear we use (Official TokyoStreetView Gear List) 📷 Camera 1: 📷 Camera 2: 📷 Zoom Lens: 📷 Wide Lens: 🎤 Microphone: 🎬 All the rest: Stay in Touch with Us! Twitter : @TokyoStreetView Facebook : Pinterest : Blog : Instagram : Reddit :


In the second part of “Shinjuku by Night”, we are walking quickly around the entrance of Kabuki-Cho and near the famous Robot Restaurant, as well as closer to the Shinjuku Station in order to finish our small journey at Omoide Yokocho, a friendlier version of the Golden Gai. If you missed part I of this video please make sure to follow this link : To Subscribe to this Channel, click here!! : For any questions, Inquiries or if you are looking to acquire some of our clips, please contact us here: info@tokyostreetview.com Love this video? Feel free to share it with your friends or even better embed it on your website! Video Gear we use (Official TokyoStreetView Gear List) 📷 Camera 1: 📷 Camera 2: 📷 Zoom Lens: 📷 Wide Lens: 🎤 Microphone: 🎬 All the rest: Stay in Touch with Us! Twitter : @TokyoStreetView Facebook : Pinterest : Blog : Instagram : Reddit :


Chiba Naritasan Shinshoji Temple - 成田山 : Founded in 940 by Kanchō Daisōjō, a disciple of Kōbō Daishi, Naritasan (Narita-san) Shinshoji (Shinsho-ji) is a Shingon Buddhist temple located in central Narita, and near Narita airport. Despite its age, Naritasan remained a remote and humble temple until Tokugawa Ieyasu (徳川 家康) moved his capital to Edo in 1603. Only then did Naritasan Shinshoji, both in fame and size, start to grow. As for today, the temple features many different buildings including the gorgeous two-storey Great Pagoda of Peace located far behind the main hall, as well as a colorful and more traditional three storey pagoda adjacent to the great main hall. Located a short walk from the great main hall you will find the Shakado Hall, Gakudo Hall (under renovation when this video was shot), the Komyodo Hall and even a museum dedicated to Japanese calligraphy! To Subscribe to this Channel, click here!! : For any questions, Inquiries or if you are looking to acquire some of our rush, please contact us here: tokyostreetview@gmail.com Love this video? Feel free to share it among your friends or even better embed it on your website! Twitter : @TokyoStreetView Facebook : Pinterest : Blog : Instagram : Vine :


Japanese Snow Monkeys of Jigokudani - 地獄谷野猿公苑 - 4K Ultra HD : Jigokudani Yaen-koen, known for its many onsen (hot spring baths), is located in the Yokoyu valley of Nagano prefecture. Like the humans that come to bathe, there is a large population of Japanese Macaques (“snow monkeys ) that also bathe in the hot springs. First opened in 1964, Jigokudani Yaen-koen and more precisely Jigokudani Onsen Korakukan ryokan (a Japanese traditional Hotel) continues to be a popular place to enjoy the onsen, as well as watching the snow monkeys in their natural habitat. Should you plan to visit Jigokudani Yaen-koen and its snow monkeys, be sure to visit during the winter. It takes 20 to 30 minutes to hike through the forest to get there, so be prepared. It is worth the “trip. To Subscribe to this Channel, click here!! : For any questions, Inquiries or if you are looking to acquire some of our rush, please contact us here: tokyostreetview@gmail.com Love this video? Feel free to share it among your friends or even better embed it on your website! Twitter : @TokyoStreetView Facebook : Pinterest : Blog : Instagram : Vine :


Mie Oharai Machi and Okage Yokocho - おはらい町/おかげ横丁- 4K Ultra HD : Oharai Machi (Oharaimachi) is the old 1 km long approach to the Ise Grand Shrine Naiku. With restaurants, shops and many old traditional buildings, Oharai Machi businesses have been serving customers, tourists and pilgrims for several centuries and as long as Ise Grand Shrine Naiku has existed. While Oharai Machi is full of history and surprise, a recent addition to this street is yet another big success among tourists because of its many stores and restaurants : Okage Yokocho. Completed in 1993 and designed to represent a small town during the Edo Period, Okage Yokocho is definitively worth a visit and will surprise you with its authentic charm. To Subscribe to this Channel, click here!! : For any questions, Inquiries or if you are looking to acquire some of our rush, please contact us here: tokyostreetview@gmail.com Love this video? Feel free to share it among your friends or even better embed it on your website! Twitter : @TokyoStreetView Facebook : Pinterest : Blog : Instagram : Vine :


Shinjuku is one of Tokyo's most famous areas, and we’ve covered Shinjuku in the past and we will surely shoot more videos in the future of this vibrant and amazing area. But today’s video is a bit different since we will guide you through Shinjuku’s most famous street with one of our “Walking Around” videos. So please just sit back, relax and enjoy the show! Français 🇫🇷 Shinjuku est un des quartiers les plus réputés de Tokyo que nous avions déjà couvert maintes fois par le passé, et qui continuera sûrement de nous inspirer les prochaines fois. Mais la vidéo d’aujourd’hui bouscule un peu nos habitudes car nous allons cette fois vous guider en passant par les plus célèbres rues de Shinjuku au travers de notre série “Walking Around”. Alors installez-vous confortablement, et profitez du spectacle ! To Subscribe to this Channel, click here!! : For any questions, Inquiries or if you are looking to acquire some of our clips, please contact us here: info@tokyostreetview.com Love this video? Feel free to share it with your friends or even better embed it on your website! Video Gear we use (Official TokyoStreetView Gear List) 📷 Camera 1: 📷 Camera 2: 📷 Zoom Lens: 📷 Wide Lens: 🎤 Microphone: 💾 Storage Solution: 🎬 All the rest: Stay in Touch with Us! Twitter : @TokyoStreetView Facebook : Pinterest : Blog : Instagram : Reddit :


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