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Only 4 days in Tokyo, Japan? Yep, I visited popular attractions such as Tokyo Skytree Tower, Shinjuku, Shibuya, Senso-ji Temple, and much more! The only bad part: I wish it was a hell of a lot longer! Nevertheless, I had such a blast during my 4 day adventure in Tokyo that I've promised myself that I'm going back in the near future. And next time I'll make sure to pay a visit to Kyoto and Osaka; after all, it's important to spend some time away from the large cities when exploring other countries in order to gain more cultural immersion. Don't you agree?
Shibuya, in Tokyo, is renown for its shopping, dining, entertainment, youth culture, and bustling nightlife. Locals and tourists swarm the district at all hours of the day, making Shibuya’s intersection the busiest around globe...READ MORE!
Tokyo's 2014 American Festival was something that I just so happened to stumble upon while paying a visit to Odaiba. It had everything: American styled BBQ, hotdogs, burgers, souvenirs, and everyone, locals and foreigns alike, dancing to jamming music. Here's a snippet of my trip! ... READ MORE!
The Metropolitan Government Building, located in Shinjuku, was built in 1990 at a price tag of about 1 billion dollars... READ MORE!
Tokyo Skytree Tower is the world’s tallest tower. Standing at 634 meters high, the tower not only provides television and radio broadcast coverage, but also offers a restaurant and observation deck where visitors can catch a picturesque 360 degree view of Tokyo, and can even get a glimpse of Mount Fuji in the distance if the weather permits...READ MORE!
A trip to Tokyo is not complete without an overnight stay at a capsule hotel. If you’re like most people, chances are that you’ve never heard of this peculiar type of accommodation; here’s what you need to know...READ MORE!
With Shinjuku Station being the busiest train station in the world, it’s no wonder why its surrounding area is filled with administrative buildings, skyscrapers, schools, cultural centers, restaurants, entertainment, tourist attractions, and a vast shopping area...READ MORE!
Senso-ji Temple, founded in 645 CE, is Tokyo’s oldest temple. Located in Asakusa, Tokyo, the ancient Buddhist Temple is visited by millions of tourist each and every year, which is why the area has been equipped with plenty of small shops, restaurants, a museum...READ MORE!
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