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Tokyo Journey Information

Tokyo Travel Guide



Our Tokyo journey information! We lastly made it to Tokyo and it was well worth the wait…
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Due to our mates at Japan Airways (http://www.jal.com) for getting us to Tokyo on certainly one of their wonderful 777-300s. They’ve the largest financial system seat within the sky and the meals was AWESOME.

We have been ready for years to get to Tokyo and it was well worth the wait – what an unimaginable metropolis. Breathtaking surroundings, unimaginable meals, and pleasant folks – that is our greatest episode to date. I can’t wait to get again to Tokyo. Watch in full HD glory!

The place we stayed: Mandarin Oriental Tokyo http://www.mandarinoriental.com/tokyo/

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28 thoughts on “Tokyo Journey Information

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  2. Mimi Mimi says:

    You didn't mention how expensive the airport shuttle is! I think I paid like 60 bucks per person, and I'm not the last stop on map. It's ok at the end of the day as long as I get to my hotel, and I knew and prepared that everything is gonna be expensive in Tokyo, but still shocked a bit. and no uber in Tokyo the time I visited.

  3. G L says:

    Mate , what can I say , your narration and how u do it videos is one of the best I've ever seen , no ego funny n great info , I travel a lot and like to watch these videos, really glad I subscribe, funny ,cheers mate , thankyou

  4. Bren Bertozzi says:

    I went to Tokyo in 2011 and had the exact same reaction. I would wake up at 5am and go walking around the city. I found a tunnel in my hotel that led to another empty hotel with a grand piano and would play it in the empty ballroom and reflect on my experience.

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