Life is too short mga Kabiyahero! I promise to travel the world together with my love ones sa abot ng aking makakaya and share with you my experiences . I hope that I get to inspire you to see the world while young and Healthy! Explore. Dream.Discover! never let anyone tell you that you can’t do it because you can!
this video was taken last Dec 7, 2019 during a short trip in Tokyo, Japan.
Shibuya Crossing – Tokyo’s Shibuya Station handles an average of over 2.4 million passengers each day. This makes Shibuya Crossing a pedestrian scramble at the mouth of Shibuya Station’s Hachikō Exit, and one of the busiest thoroughfares in the world. Approximately 2,500 people are thought to cross it at a time.Shibuya Crossing is often featured in movies and television shows which take place in Tokyo, such as Lost in Translation, The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift, and Resident Evil: Afterlife and Retribution, as well as on domestic and international news broadcasts.
Omoide Yokocho – This area, known as Omoide Yokocho (“Memory Lane”), started out as a black market in the late 1940s after World War II. The strip was also known for cheap drinks and grilled skewers of yakitori. The area’s many watering holes and lack of public restrooms earned it the nickname “piss alley,” as inebriated patrons would relieve themselves in the street. Despite its sketchy past, the area is now perfectly safe for a visit. Most establishments even offer menus in english. To experience Omoide Yokocho in its full glory, it is recommended to visit at nighttime, when most of the tiny bars are open, the lights are illuminated, and the area is filled with businessmen and tourists alike looking for a quick snack and a good drink.
7-Eleven in Japan – Japan has the most 7-Eleven store locations in the world. With stores in all 47 prefectures, Japan has approximately 20,700 7-Eleven stores, which is roughly 31 per cent of all 7-Eleven global stores. Japan’s first 7-Eleven opened in Tokyo in May 1974.
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