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Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden, Tokyo, JapanShinjuku Gyoen National GardenTokyo, JapanShinjuku Gyoen National Garden is my favorite park in Tokyo. It was originally the Imperial Family's private garden until 1949, when it was opened...Kanda River, Tokyo, JapanKanda RiverTokyo, JapanKanda river (神田川), one of the most famous rivers in Tokyo, is lined with cherry trees. During the sakura season, many people take photos of the...Jishoin, Tokyo, JapanJishoinTokyo, JapanCherry blossom season in Japan is always so short that some people miss it completely. Yaezakura (八重桜), meaning 'multiple layered sakura,' is...Narukoten Shrine, Tokyo, JapanNarukoten ShrineTokyo, JapanNarukoten Shrine (成子天神社) is located in the Nishi Shinjuku business area, surrounded by a number of skyscrapers. Originally said to have been...Tokyo, JapanTokyoJapanOn a short work trip to Japan, the only place I could visit was Mt. Fuji and I was perplexed by its beauty.Akagi Children's Park, Tokyo, JapanAkagi Children's ParkTokyo, JapanAkagi Children's Park (あかぎ児童遊園) is a narrow park located within the Kagurazaka residential area. The elephant slide is a masterpiece, utilizing the...Tokyo, JapanTokyoJapanPeople in Tokyo don't let the rain stop them from doing their usual business.Imperial Palace, Tokyo, JapanImperial PalaceTokyo, JapanNijubashi double bridge. The inner grounds of the palace are generally not open to the public. Only on January 2 (New Year's Greeting) and December...Shinbashi 2 Chome, Tokyo, JapanShinbashi 2 ChomeTokyo, JapanGodzilla statue in downtown Tokyo!Jōen-ji Temple, Tokyo, JapanJōen-ji TempleTokyo, JapanThe cherry blossoms are currently in full bloom at Joenji (常圓寺) in Shinjuku and no one can pass by without pulling out a camera or two. The...Farmer's Market @UNU, Tokyo, JapanFarmer's Market @UNUTokyo, JapanFarmers Markets are still new to Japan but we're seeing more and more of them popping up around town. The farmers market in front of United Nations...Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden, Tokyo, JapanShinjuku Gyoen National GardenTokyo, JapanShinjuku Gyoen National Park is a beautiful park to walk through but sometimes it can be just as gorgeous to view from above. This view is from...Tokyo, JapanTokyoJapanLovely Geisha strolling in the park on a sunny afternoon in Tokyo. #travel #japan #GeishaChiyoda, Tokyo, JapanChiyodaTokyo, JapanYummy train food on the bullet train for the journey from Tokyo to Kyoto.Gelateria Theobroma, Tokyo, JapanGelateria TheobromaTokyo, JapanGelateria Theobroma has the best gelato in Kagurazaka. It's perfect for strolls around the Kagurazaka area, which has a heavy dose of old Japan...Tokyo Tower, Tokyo, JapanTokyo TowerTokyo, Japan東京タワーKaminarimon 2 Chome, Tokyo, JapanKaminarimon 2 ChomeTokyo, JapanAsakusa culture, sightseeing infomation center designed by Kengo Kuma.Asakusa雷門, Tokyo, JapanAsakusa雷門Tokyo, Japan#japanAsakusa雷門, Tokyo, JapanAsakusa雷門Tokyo, JapanA 3/11 memorialKaminarimon 2 Chome, Taito, JapanKaminarimon 2 ChomeTaito, JapanCool Asakusa ^^
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Hi travelers! I am one of those few lucky people when asked what I have accomplished in life thus far can reply with gratitude that I have traveled and seen a major part of the world, our planet and more than any of my ancestors had. Although the list consists only of less than 100 countries, the areas covered are more than 1/3 of our world. Other than listing over 80 different sovereign countries, I have been to all the provinces in China and half the states in USA. In addition, I have seen more than most Japanese have seen of their own country (44 out of 47 prefectures). Last but not least, I have also lived in 8 different cities, namely Singapore, Hong Kong, Shenzhen, Shanghai, Beijing, Toronto, Medan and Bali. Having said that, I do have aspirations when it comes to travel. While I may have visited all the 7 continents in a single year and traveled to over 80 countries (all not by design but serendipity) I hope one day I would have spent my life living in the 6 continents (thus far only Asia and North America). My current hope is to live in Japan for at least a year or so... Nonetheless, life comes with its own surprises and momentums. I shall just wait for time to reveal itself and the journey to continue like before... Unlike anything (and better than anything) I would have imagined for myself since I learned how to dream...
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