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Ginza Nightlife + Tsukiji Fish Market | Japan VLOG Day 2 (Part 2 of 2)

The second half of the day leaves me somewhere in Ginza. After visiting some huge department stores and attempting to shop at the massive malls, I’m left wanting a bite to eat. I end up walking the 2 miles to Tsukiji Fish Market from Ginza central. We get there as most of the stalls are starting to close but I manage to snag a sashimi bowl. Nightfall arrives and we head back to the city in search of Bar High Five. For any Anthony Bourdain fans out there, you may…

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Top 8 Places to Visit in Nagoya, Japan

Top 8 Places to Visit in Nagoya, Japan 1. Nagoya Castle 2. SCMAGLEV and Railway Park 3. Port of Nagoya Public Aquarium 4. Atsuta Jingu Shrine 5. Nagoya City Science Museum 6. Higashiyama Zoo and Botanical Gardens 7. Toyota Techno and Automobile Museums 8. Tokugawa Art Museum Source and reference: 1- Wander Wisdom : https://wanderwisdom.com ============================== If you want to get more lists from Prak Vanny Official Channel, please subscribe my YouTube channel: Subscribe: https://goo.gl/tm3it6 https://goo.gl/TvQfej Follow: ♥ Facebook: https://goo.gl/88QET4 ♥ Blogger: https://goo.gl/8cz4H3 ♥ Twitter: https://goo.gl/RwZ9BM ♥ Tumblr: https://goo.gl/c95Pdw ♥…

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JAPAN VISITOR TRAVEL GUIDE : TOKYO MUSEUM, GALLARIES, AQUARIUM, ATTRACTIONS – GRUTTO PASS 2017

JAPAN VISITOR TRAVEL GUIDE : GRUTTO PASS 2017 80 Tokyo museums, galleries, aquarium, other sightseeing and tourist attractions offer free entry or a discount to Grutto Pass holders. It costs 2000 yen (adult price only). It allows you for one-time admission to each facility and is valid for 2 months from first use. Expired date will be stamped on your Grutto Pass when you first use. It can be purchased at the participating 80 facilities, or at the following locations: 1)Tokyo Tourist Information Center (1st floor of Tokyo Metropolitan Government…

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TSUKIJI MARKET TOKYO JAPAN TOURIST DESTINATION

Tsukiji’s star attraction is maguro (bluefin tuna) as big as submarine torpedoes and weighing up to 300kg: the sight (and sound) of these flash-frozen whoppers being auctioned is a classic Tokyo experience, worth getting up early (or staying up late) for. Visitors begin pitching up for one of the 120 allotted places for viewing the auctions from around 3.30am at the Fish Information Center in the northwest corner of the market. It’s on a first-come, first-served basis. The first batch of 60 visitors go in to see the auctions between…

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