Today I'm going to share with you some of the footage that I did in my Travel to Japan 2016. I feel sorry for not having filmed it properly, or filmed more, and I'm sorry if I haven't had the habit of narrating the videos or commenting on them. That's why I'm going to write this article next to the video to explain and tell details about the tour and places that appear in the video.
Our trip to Japan was quite complete, but in this article I will only talk about Ginza, Ikebukuro and Shibuya. The tour in Ginza and Ikebukuro was carried out with the Online Japanese Program class. After the gang left, I walked alone through Shibuya and a few other neighborhoods. First I will leave the video and comment details about it, and then share some photos from the tour below:
Before we went to the Ginza neighborhood, we were on the tokyo tower, everything is close in Tokyo thanks to Yamanote Line. When we arrived in Ginza, we could notice the richness of the neighborhood, literally! You may have noticed in the video. One of the first things I remember seeing is the girl dressed as Yukata making hearts out of water on the floor. The first thing that comes to mind is something spiritual, but in reality she was advertising for a pachinko which I had in front of me.
We also found a huge ice cube to touch and cool off from the summer heat. I walked around the neighborhood together with Luiz Rafael, we went to a Mc.Donald as it allows you to recharge your cell phone at the place, and then the Apple store scare you with prices. Everything in the neighborhood is designer, lots of clothes and jewelry, things that don't catch my attention.
During the night I went to the Ikebukuro neighborhood, where the class was staying. We intended to have dinner at a conveyor belt sushi, but it was too full and we ended up going to a yoshinoya.
The day I went to Shibuya, unfortunately it was raining, so the biggest intersection in the world was empty. During that day I took a walk from Shibuya, passing through harajuku, yoyogi park and arriving in Shinjuku. At the end of the video, some scenes are from random neighborhoods that I don't remember.
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