Secret Tourist Spot Japanese DON’T want Foreigners to know about

Secret Tourist Spot Japanese DON’T want Foreigners to know about

39 thoughts on “Secret Tourist Spot Japanese DON’T want Foreigners to know about

  1. Paolo, I don’t have enough time to go all the way to this location this April but the wine that you mentioned like eating candy, my wife is interested. We went to the website and there were 4-6 wine bottles that look like it. Can you maybe give me a link to what the wine is so i can search online and buy it in Tokyo?

  2. I did not know they even made wine in Japan. Interesting. I'll have to see if I can find some here.

  3. Paolo is a gentleman…your buddy walks in front of his girlfriend constantly. Teach him some chivalry. Great vid man!!!

  4. Looks like a great option for getting to see the real Japan, I like to get away from the heavily travelled areas and see the real culture of the country. Thank you.

  5. Sorry I could not watch the name of the wine. I see you linked the name of the winery but not the name of the wine. I live in NYC we have Japanese alcohol stores so I am looking to get it as a gift.

  6. Is this something non Japanese speakers could do as a day trip from Tokyo or would a guide be better? Thanks.

  7. i been there for almost three yrs i got my japanese license in nearby of yamanashi, kubuchisawa driving school.

  8. I looove your Videos/"Serect Tourist Spots" and a day in a Japanese worker/family and so on. Please go on. Arigatooooooo! Greetings from Munich <3 Prost! ;-P

  9. Que Paso Paolo! My son and I are coming to Tokyo next year for his Highschool Graduation. Would love to hang with you while we're there. If you're interested, please email me to get in touch with you. [email protected] Gracias!

  10. Sometimes to be black. O.wish I could but

  11. Paola, try Tomii Wine next time. Their reserve wines are real good. The Merlot is really earthy and unique, but pricey.

  12. Hello! You mention in a few videos you've been in Japan for about 15 years. I found immigration is a bit tricky.. Did you work as an English teacher, or what did you do to make it happen? Thank you! I hope you respond. 🙂

  13. Thanks for taking us on that trip. Major kudos for the one location to allow you to film. Sigh, if I had lots of money, I'd love to travel the world to see locations like that, looked amazing.

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