Tokyo, the land of the rising sun and offers a seemingly unlimited choice of shopping, amusements, entertainment, culture and dining to its visitors. A three day vacation that ended to a week of fun and adventure. Exhausted and sleepless but everything was worth it.
When I was a kid, my parents gave us some set of Hello Kitty school supplies and that was the first time it was introduced to me and my sister. We love it so much that I told myself that one day, I’ll visit her. And finally, the day came and everything was unbelievable for me. I felt like I’m a kid again and got nostalgic for a moment.
Hello Kitty House
Disneyland where all the magic begins, from Mickey and friends, princesses, pirates of the Caribbean, Disney castle and other characters that comes to life. Kids and teens are thrilled to be in here and experience Disney world for a day…even adults too! Disneyland offers something for everyone. Parades are spectacular and the best highlight for me and my favorite part is their closing show outside Cinderella’s castle.
Tokyo Disney Resort
Tokyo Disneyland Afternoon Parade
Tokyo Disneyland Night Parade
Tokyo Disneyland Castle Show
The second-tallest structure in Japan. The structure is an Eiffel Tower-inspired lattice tower that is painted white and international orange to comply with air safety regulations.
The official home and creators of Dragon Ball Z, Ghost Fighter, One Piece, Gundam Wings and Lupin III to name a few. If you’re an anime collector and a big fan just like me, Japan is the best place for you, from brand new down to second hand collection of rare items. More cheaper than buying it online.
Tokyo One Piece Tower
YUMMY JAPANESE FOOD
I’m always drooling for Japanese food. Great presentation is the soul to your stomach. A good example is McDonald’s burger. Whatever you see on the picture as advertise, that is what you’re going to get…they always serve fresh.
Japan McDonald’s Burger
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EXPERIENCE THE TRAIN
I’ve been traveling for years and of all the places I’ve been to, Japanese are the most discipline (I’ve seen the worst). As I took the train, there is a designated seats for elders, parents with kids and pregnant. You can’t even see or hear people talk to each other, hear a crying child, screaming kids or see someone eat and drink inside the train. It was a fun ride, you can tour the place just by hopping in and out of it.
Tokyo Train Station Rush Hour
YOKOHAMA FERRIS WHEEL
Home to one of the world’s tallest Ferris wheels. Cosmo Clock 21 is a giant Ferris wheel at the Cosmo World amusement park in the Minato Mirai Yokohama.
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Tokyo’s famous upmarket shopping district. This place is featured in the movies like Fast and the Furious.
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