Take a drive around Tokyo right now!
Ever seen photos of Tokyo but wondered would it looks like when actually driving through it? This next video allows you to do just that, seeing all the urban landscape and interesting buildings as a tour. Enjoy your tour of Tokyo! Take a drive around Tokyo right now!
View the Weird & Wonderful Cars of the Tokyo Motor Show!
The Tokyo Motor Show is held biennially and attracts motoring fans and journalists from all over the world. It also gives us mere mortals the opportunity to see what the big Japanese manufacturers are up to.
If You Ever Lose Something In Tokyo, Don’t Worry…
Imagine losing your wallet in Tokyo. In frustration, you’d might think there’s no chance of finding it in the 37 million person Japanese capital. However, you’d be wrong.
Residents of Tokyo Take Snowman-Building to the Next Level
When an extra heavy snowfall this year resulted in Tokyo being frozen underneath a layer of cold whiteness, the residents of the city shook off the paralysis and got to work making snowmen .
This Tokyo Artist Is a Wiz at Speed Drawing...
The artist who created the following sketches is Tokyo-based illustrator who goes by the name 'Hama-House'. In his regular life, he makes graphics for television shows, ads the like.
It's Amazing What an Artist Can Do With a Humble Bookend
Tokyo-based designer, Monde, is not like everyone else. He's found a way to use bookends as tools for transporting bookworms to another world. He has called his project "bookshelf dioramas", referencing the fact that he turned bookends into miniature models.
This is What Life Was Like in Japan Over a Century Ago!
This old film of 1913-1915 Tokyo is one such way. Take a look at this amazing footage! 1913-1915: Views of Tokyo, Japan travel, interesting, youtube, baba recommends, past, Japan, footage, Tokyo, 1913, 1915 Ever wish that you could travel back in time to see what Japan was like over a century ago?
Japan to Welcome the 2020 Olympics in a Magnificent Way
In 2020, it’ll be Japan’s turn to host the Olympic Games for the first time since 1964, when Tokyo unveiled a grand arena Nippon Budokan and the Shinkansen bullet train, both created specifically to host the Olympics.
What's More Beautiful Than Snow Fall in Gorgeous Japan?
Unlike northern Japan, Tokyo doesn’t see much snow during winter. So, when the citizens of the Japanese capital awoke one November morning recently to a city covered in pure, brilliant snow, they were so excited.
The Secret Lives of Japanese Street Cats
Tokyo based photographer Masayuki Oki does just that - only his subjects are cats! Armed with his camera, Masayuki follows the footsteps of stray cats, and the snapshots he comes out with are adorable, funny, strange, or a combination of them all.
Japan in 600,000 Mega-Pixel - Amazing!
If you've always dreamed of visiting Tokyo, here's your chance to see it up close and personal, zooming in on anything you want. This 600,000 mega pixel photos will allow you to zoom in to incredible amount of detail, using just you mouse wheel to zoom in and out.
There is a Wrong Way to Eat Sushi, and a Right Way!
Welcome to the restaurant of one of Tokyo’s top sushi chefs, Naomichi Yasuda, a jovial man who is excited to show all of us amateur sushi eaters the right way to enjoy this Japanese delicacy.
Have You Ever Seen Japan Through the Eyes of a Cat?
Yuletide in Tokyo View this post on Instagram A post shared by Traveling Cat (@the.traveling.cats) on Dec 24, 2017 at 5:17am PST 10. Though the sakura bloom in spring is breathtaking, so are the maples in autumn!
15 Incredible Images of Real Life on Japan's Streets
H/T: boredpanda.com Click here for more Beautiful Photos of Japan 15 Images from the Wonderful Streets of Japan beautiful, photography, Japan, Tokyo, Kyoto, streets, Osaka, urban life Life on the streets of Japan is so vivid and varied that you will be moved to want to visit, when you look at these
15 Photos That Show Why There’s Nothing Purer Than Nature
Photographer: Kazuaki Koseki Image credit: Tokyo International Foto Awards Fireflies fly around a summer forest in Japan. 2. Heaven On Earth (Nature, Gold).
The Weirdest Marathon You'll Ever See!
The Tokyo Marathon is an annual marathon sporting event in Tokyo, Japan. But a quick peek will immediately show you this is no ordinary marathon, with athletes in their running clothes.
This Archival Footage of Japan from 1913-1915 Is Amazing
This archival footage from the EYE Filmmuseum shows us a rare and incredible view of life in 20th century Tokyo, Japan. The clip was filmed in 1913 and 1915 and has been colorized and upscaled for a better viewing experience.
A Sight to Behold! Watch This Tree Come into Full Bloom
Between the end of March and the middle of May, the city of Tokyo is painted in shades of pink and white, thanks to the spectacular flowering of cherry blossom trees (called Sakura). This mesmerizing video is but a taste of the pure beauty this tree brings during this time.
30 Skylines that Add to the View!
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After Seeing These Photos, You'll Book a Trip to Japan!
The route is: Tokyo – Nikko – Hakone – Kyoto – Nara – Himeji – Miyajima - Hiroshima – Kanazawa – Takayama – Tokyo. Below you can find some of the amazing photographs that they took along the way. Click on images to enlarge 1. Tokyo Tower from Roppongi Hills 2.
Japanese Photographer Captures the Beauty of His Homeland
One of those who simply could not resist the allure of Japanese landscapes is Tokyo-based photographer Yuichi Yokota. The photographer has won several awards for his work, including the prestigious International Photography Award (IPA) in 2016.
The Minimalist Capsule Tower!
The Nangakin capsule tower is a tall building at the luxurious neighborhood of Ginza, Tokyo. Only a quick look will quickly reveal it shares little with the other buildings on the street.
Is a Traditional Japanese House Your Style?
A walk through a large traditional Japanese house with a beautiful garden in Tokyo. The Asakura House is located three minutes away from Daikanyama station (one stop from Shibuya).
Osaka - the City Where Tradition Meets Modern Culture
Tokyo and Kyoto are not the only cities in Japan that warrant a special visit. Japan’s third-largest city, Osaka, also deserves every traveler’s attention.