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#TOKYO brings you the latest travel information about Tokyo based on popular social media posts by experienced travelers. Join us on a virtual tour with real photos to experience the city's most popular tourist destinations!
#TOKYO brings you travel trends based on social media posts written by experienced travelers. Join us on a virtual tour of Ochanomizu, an area recently booming with tourists. It's known for its many educational institutions. We'll visit Yushima Seido, a sacred hall popular with youth who stop by to pray for success in school and university entrance exams. We also check out tasty dishes at a student dining hall at 75 meters above ground while taking in views of Mt. Fuji and Shinjuku skyscrapers.
#TOKYO brings you travel trends based on social media posts written by experienced travelers. On this virtual tour, we are visiting "Yanesen." This area was spared from the war's devastation and its friendly working-class atmosphere still remains. Known for its beautiful cherry blossoms, the Yanaka Cemetery, and the 170-meter-long shopping street lined with traditional grocers and houseware shops leave the town with a lingering feel of the Edo period. We will visit the handmade puppet workshop popularly visited among tourists to introduce the unique finger puppet show held daily.
#TOKYO brings you travel trends based on social media posts written by experienced travelers. For the second virtual tour in the special Yanesen series, you will be able to experience the lives of real people living around the Tokyo Metro Nezu and Sendagi Station area. We will experience a stay at a hotel originally built as an apartment 50 years ago and visit a few popular sightseeing places among tourists. This includes the Nezu Shrine and photogenic tourist spots such as Senbon Torii and the Azalea Garden. We will also visit restaurants and old buildings built over 80 years ago.
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