VLOG: HOW TO MAKE THE MOST OF YOUR JAPAN EXPERIENCE

Hey there folks! So recently I am enjoying my 1 month summer vacation here in Japan (you know, before going back to work) and I thought why not make the most of it. I’ve been leaving here in this country for about 8 months now and I know I haven’t seen much  of what it has to offer. There’s undoubtedly so many places to go and so many things to try! Well, I guess we’re taking them in one step at a time starting from the capital city itself – Tokyo!

So for 4 days and 3 nights, we set off around the city visiting as many tourist attractions as we can. (We also went to Yokohama, the next city which is also a popular destination sight).

Check out the VLOG down below and see how we made the most of our vacation! The corresponding video footage you will see are only the highlights of our trip. I will be writing about each of them soon in a separate blog article 🙂

TOKYO ADVENTURE 2016

MUSIC CREDIT: Gold Panda – You

LOCATIONS:

  1. Kawaii Monster Cafe Harajuku
  2. Takeshita Dori Harajuku
  3. State Guest House Akasaka Palace
  4. Shibuya (Hachiko, Shibuya intersection)
  5. Tokyo Sky Tree
  6. Mitsui Garden Hotel (first night)
  7. First Cabin Hotel (second night)
  8. Minato Mirai
  9. Red Brick Warehouse Yokohama
  10. Land Mark Tower Sky Garden Yokohama
  11. Orbi Yokohama
  12. Grand Nikko Hotel Daiba Odaiba (third night)
  13. Odaiba area (Statue of Liberty, Gundam)
  14. Ferris Wheel Palette Town
  15. Madam Tussauds Odaiba
  16. Venus Fort

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2 thoughts on “VLOG: HOW TO MAKE THE MOST OF YOUR JAPAN EXPERIENCE

  1. Hello, how much did it cost you all-in-all in yen? I’m planning to visit also with my girlfriend. So that I could prepare for the special day with my gf. Thank you and Godbless.

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    1. Hi! Thank you for the question 🙂 I think overall for both me and my husband, we spent roughly 140k yen, I know it sounds quite a lot, but that includes the cruise we had in Tokyo Bay… 3 nights accommodation, food, transportation fee, some shopping and entrance fee to all the attractions (e.g Tokyo Sky Tree).
      I’m pretty sure you can cut cost depending on the hotels and restaurants you booked too 🙂
      I highly recommend staying longer in Odaiba area since you can probably see the most tourist attractions there.. I hope this helps somehow ❤

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