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Let’s Visit Tokyo – Ueno

Here you are another nice Video sent to us by Steph! This time Steph and its Canon 7D will help us to discover and enjoy Ueno! Have something to share? Want to publish an article on AkihabaraNews.com? Don’t hesitate to send us yo[...]
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Let’s Visit Tokyo – Koraku-En Part II

We first visited Koishikawa Koraku-en back in 2009, but we never had the chance to offer you the second part of our video tour, and please accept our apologizes for that! Luckily for you and thanks to Steph, 3 years later, you will fin[...]
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Let’s Visit Tokyo – Osaki

There is in any city in the world an area that really does not fit in, a place where whatever people try to do it will never work, and Osaki seems to me like one of this place. Osaki feel like a place that nobody really cares, people p[...]
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Let’s Visit Tokyo – Kitanomaru Koen & Kokyo Gaien

Another “Special” video today since we already covered both Kitanomaru Koen & Kokyo Gaien while back (July and August 2009). This time Benoa is behind the camera for a dual combo : Testing a Sony Camcorder for Akihabara[...]
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Let’s Visit Tokyo – Rinshin No Mori

A few minutes away by walk from Musashi-Koyama, Rinshi No Mori is one of these typical Japanese public parks where kids comes to play with parents, enjoy playing baseball and where adults comes to jog a little. Nothing particular at Ri[...]
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Let’s Visit Tokyo – Ryogoku

Heartland of professional sumo Ryogoku is more famous around Japan and the world of its Sumo Hall also known as Ryogoku Kokugikan. If you want to Sumo wrestler and the game, Ryogoku is the place to be! But beside that, Ryogoku is quite[...]
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Let’s Visit Tokyo – Ikaho

Located in Gunma prefecture, Ikaho is famous of its hot springs and this all over the region and even in Tokyo. If you are looking for a nice place to relax outside of Tokyo and enjoy both hot spring & fresh air, Ikaho is definitiv[...]
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Let’s Visit Tokyo – Teppanyaki Fever II

I admit that during this period of long holidays I did not have much time nor much courage to shoot some video for you guys, however, yesterday for first lunch of the year my family and I decided to treat ourselves with a nice little T[...]
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Let’s Visit Tokyo – Tachiaigawa

Tachiaigawa, is one of many villages stuck in Tokyo. There is nothing really mind-blowing about Tachiaigawa, but having a fisherman like village stuck in the amazingly huge Tokyo and between highways and huge corporation is somehow sur[...]
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Let’s Visit Tokyo – Quick walk Yasukuni

Benoa-san‘s Canon S95 is giving us a quick overview of the rather popular but also highly controversial Yasukuni Shrine. This Shrine (Temple) is dedicated to soldiers or anyone who died fighting for the Japanese Emperor mainly du[...]
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Let’s Visit Tokyo – Iidabashi

Another Sunday and another great video from the Let’s Visit Tokyo series, and today as well it is Benoa-san behind the 5D MKii. Today we will follow Benoa-San around Iidabashi, a district of Chiyoda. What so special about Iidbashi? Not[...]
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Let’s Visit Tokyo – Ikegami Honmonji O-Eshiki

One of Tokyo most famous and crowded “Omatsuri” (Japanese Traditional Festival), the Ikegami Honmonji O-Eshiki gather over 300,000 people coming from all japan each year. More than a simple Omatsuri the Ikegami Honmonji O-Eshiki is a m[...]
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Let’s Visit Tokyo – Let’s Drive Part II

You apparently loved last week let’s visit Tokyo video Shot by Benoa-San, and actually so did I! Today Benoa-San decided to give another try to its famous “ride” series and tired, with success and talent, to use the “miniature” or “til[...]
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Let’s Visit Tokyo – Let’s Drive

I would like to welcome today Benoa-San (Benoist), from Image-Japan.net that you will see time to time on the “Let’s Visit Tokyo” section of Akihabara News. To tell you the truth I am very happy that Benoa-San is helping me on this one[...]
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Let’s Visit Tokyo – Shinagawa Business Center by Night.

In July 2009, we shot a small video of Shinagawa Train Station & Business Center area, and today – actually last Friday night, after Loic’s farewell party (our Dear Intern is fly back to Europe next week) – we sho[...]
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Let’s Visit Tokyo – Random street.

Well look at that, we are in September and being in Tokyo still feel like being stuck in a sauna. So you will forgive me if today’s video may not the most interesting one we ever shot, but, I wanted to share with you some shot of Tokyo[...]
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Let’s Visit Tokyo – Skyline Part 1/3

We are still struggling with the heat and humidity here so today, once more, we will have a rather quite “unique” video, one of many to come about Tokyo’s Skyline. Now being a first for me I have to admit that I am not very happy with [...]
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Let’s Visit Tokyo – The Train edition

Good news everybody we are (normally) back… The weather is still hot here but things are slowly getting better, and slowly but surely we are not working providing you new videos. Also, Today’s video is a bit special, we will not [...]
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Let’s Visit Tokyo – Minato Mirai Sky

Everything is pretty much the same here, Hot & Humid, but I am trying however to keep the let’s visit Tokyo “alive” despite the difficult weather condition. Last week at the last minute I received an invitation by Nissan to partici[...]
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Let’s Visit Tokyo – Melting Edition

Dear readers, I am sorry to tell you this just right now at the last moment but, I can’t take it anymore, I mean seriously it is freaking hot outside and I could not shot anything yesterday… So why don’t we take a bre[...]
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Let’s Visit Tokyo – Meiji Jingu Shrine

By far the most popular and known Shrine in Tokyo. Just behind the Harajuku Train station and in the center of Tokyo, the Meiji Jingu Shrine is dedicated to Emperor Meiji who died in 1912. Meiji Jingu is a real beauty, not only the shr[...]
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Let’s Visit Tokyo – Cool off by the river.

Hi everyone, I am sorry that today’s video may not be as interested as the previous ones. Indeed, today I was tied-up with some personal stuff and tomorrow my family and I will speed a couple of Days at Disneyland for my daughter’s bir[...]
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