Haneda Airport, the fifth busiest in the world, is also the most punctual. Tokyo boasts the most Michelin stars; Frank Striegl runs Tokyo Ramen Tours. Mensho Chef-Owner Tomoharu Shono handpicks each ingredient.
Hommyo Hidefumi travels to America to purchase footwear nine or ten times a year. The Air Max 95 begins the shoe movement in Tokyo. Nike and Dave White collaborate on limited-edition animal print sneakers.
Super Potato sells rare and vintage games. The Yakult Swallows play the Yomiuri Giants at the Meiji Jingu Stadium; fans perform the umbrella dance after each run. Concession stands sell octopus and women carry kegs to provide beer to customers.
Citywave teaches surfing in a wave pool. Coy Wire tours Niijima Island and visits the Yunohama hot springs. Moai sculptures represent sharing.
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Learn how Japan's capital city is ever-evolving as one of the world’s most popular travel destinations and always giving visitors a reason to come back for more.
Length: 24 minutes
Copyright date: ©2019
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