- 0.1 Tokyo car tour! Imperial Palace East Garden, Odaiba( manmade island), Love sign, Statue of Liberty, Shibuya Crossing, Takeshita street, rainbow cotton candy!
- 0.2 Imperial Palace East Gardens
- 0.3 Odaiba( manmade island)
- 0.4 Lunch
- 0.5 Love sign
- 0.6 Statue of Liberty
- 0.7 Shibuya Crossing
- 0.8 Takeshita Street
- 0.9 Togo Shrine
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Tokyo car tour! Imperial Palace East Garden, Odaiba( manmade island), Love sign, Statue of Liberty, Shibuya Crossing, Takeshita street, rainbow cotton candy!
Hi I’m Nobu, I like traveling overseas and in Japan, visited 26 countries!
I’m a National Government Licensed Guide Interpreter of English for 10 years.
For the people who are interested in and planning trip to Japan ,
I show you hidden local information which you have never seen and heard of through books and ordinary site!
You will find unexpected fun through my articles!
Our itinerary is below!
Imperial Palace East Gardens
The imperial place itself was an ex-Edo castle.
It’s took over 1868 by the new government and placed as a imperial palace.
The imperial palace east garden is a beautiful spots with Japanese garden, stone walls, traditional buildings and moats.
It’s free, but close on Monday and Friday.
Take it as a note.
Odaiba( manmade island)
Built 1995 as a newly developed place for parks, amusements, stores, restaurants, offices and residences.
Connected to the mainland by the Rainbow Bridge.
We had yakiniku (grilled meat) for lunch, which is grilled right in front of us.
Cooking your own food is a lot of fun.
And of course, all while looking at the Rainbow Bridge!
There is a ‘Love’sign on the seaside walk.
We took photo!
Statue of Liberty
Commemorates the 150th anniversary of the Japan-France amity.
It’s an official replica of French Paris one.
The busiest crossing in the world.
At times, 3,000 people cross at a single traffic light.
We posed in the middle of the intersection!
There is a 3D signboard of Panda!
A gathering place for young people.
Colorful cotton candy is very popular.
We also got it!
One minute down Takeshita street and you will find the incredibly quiet Togo Shrine.
There were many huge colorful carp in the pond.
How was it ?
Why don’t you join next chance?
I’m Nobu, one heart enjoy together!!!