5 Places in 1 day in Tokyo Japan | 30-day Japan Trip Travel Vlog #7

5 Places in 1 day in Tokyo Japan | 30-day Japan Trip Travel Vlog #7


In this video, I will show you five places that you can visit
in just one day here in Tokyo We will go to Tsukiji market Shibuya, Genki Sushi restaurant, Meiji Shrine and Harajuku Before heading out, we bought these fresh fruit juice from 7-eleven at the ground floor of our hotel We took the subway going to our first destination The train station was just
beside our hotel and there are two of them click here if you want to see where we stayed Upon getting off the subway, we walked on foot and saw this temple along the way Tsukiji market is our first destination a lot of stall sell different food and items Live seafood can be bought here, too Did you know that this is what wasabi plant looks like? Authentic wasabi does not come from a tube. It is grated on your plate. Oh, I’m salivating for this cod meat! ლ(´ڡ`ლ) The path inside the market is really narrow You’ll definitely bump on someone while walking Are you wondering where you can get
your precious Japanese knife? You can buy one here! These are table coasters.
Cute designs, aren’t they? These strawberries are insanely huge! White strawberries are sold here too.
It’s my first time to see one There’s also a temple in the middle of the market The crowd falls in line for
this best selling strawberry mochi We bought some croquettes from this shop King crab… Hmmm! ლ(´ڡ`ლ) Wanna eat on a table? Restaurants are available here, too Fresh vegetables are sold here as well We left Tsukiji market and head on to our next location Here we are now at Shibuya and here is Hachiko, who is a loyal dog,
that is now a popular statue Look at how many people want to get a photo with it! You can find the also popular
Shibuya crossing right away from here It’s known for the huge number of
pedestrians who cross here every day it’s actually office hours right now, but there are a lot of people on the road I was actually surprised that this was it. It’s really just a regular crossing A very busy one though! Many visitors are just ticking it off
their bucket list just like us Here we are at a conveyor belt restaurant
which is called Genki sushi It’s just a few steps away from Shibuya Crossing As you may know, labor cost in Japan is quite high So instead of hiring people, many restaurants
depend on machines to do server jobs You can order from the screen here just like so English translations are often available just like here The staff will prepare your order in the kitchen and you can just wait and enjoy
watching the sushi train track Here’s Christian’s first plate Ohh… I really want to eat these again! Don’t forget to click the return button so that
the train will go back to the kitchen And here’s mine! Darn it!
I really want to eat these again! ლ(́◉◞౪◟◉‵ლ) Keep those plates coming, please! You don’t really need
a waiter’s assistance in this restaurant If you need to drink water, you can just get a cup from above you and get water from the tap right by your side Janelle: “It’s very hot” Soy sauce is available, too Christian, is the food really that good? The mix of sweet, sour with
a hint of spice is heaven for the tastebuds! It was a fun experience! Thank you Genki Sushi! We then walked to our next destination You can take the subway to get there But we prefer to walk since it’s just one station away Plus, you can see stuff like this old phone booth Or this park Now we are here at Meiji Shrine It’s a place dedicated for
the late Emperor Meiji and his wife Notice how many visitors come and go There is a temple in the middle of this place let’s take a walk It’s so awesome to see huge trees
protecting us from the sun. It looks almost like a forest The road is so stretched, isn’t it? There’s this booth where you can
wear traditional Japanese costumes and have a professional photo shoot Here’s a wall made out of barrels of sake And here’s another wall made out of
barrels of liquor imported from France If you come to Japan, you’ll notice the French influence everywhere such as in food and fashion We just found the entrance to the shrine itself If you want to pay your respects, you can
wash yourself in this area before entering the gate Here’s the main hall it’s really beautiful here! There’s an exhibit of
beautifully designed flowers around the hall A wedding ceremony is about to take place and there are security asking the crowd to make way The bride and the groom marches across the hall At the end of the ceremony,
the monk gives his blessings I feel lucky to have seen it You can also buy tablets, write your prayers
and hang them on this wall Let’s check out the shrine Look at how detailed it is everywhere. It’s just so impressive The Buddhists say their prayers in this platform After that, we walked back to the main gate. Time to head to our next destination Bye, Meiji Shrine! Wanna shop for things that are cute, fun and fashionable? Let’s head to Harajuku and it’s literally just outside Meiji Shrine. There are thousands of shops here This mall has a trippy entrance It was springtime when we went here on April the cherry trees, such as this one, are in full bloom I bought a black beret from
this cute and huge novelty store By the way, if you want to see the
locations I’ve mentioned in this video, check out the Google Maps link in the description below That’s it for this video I hope you guys enjoyed it Here are a few clips from the next video If you want to see the next videos of this trip,
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impressed by my small camera Nothing will stop you from making your dreams come true

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