Japan's typical tourist spots well known to many may not be something seasoned travelers go after. Paolo introduces some of the lesser known and less touristy places to visit in Tokyo. Explore beautiful parts of Tokyo without having to fight crowd.
Sakura or cherry blossom symbolizes spring in Japan and the festive season begins everywhere in Japan. Cherry blossom which has been anticipated as it marks the beginning of new season literally brings excitement among people, so much so that local parks big and small with cherry blossoms throughout Japan reserve space under the tree for people to have parties. It's not uncommon to see a group of grown adults becoming a little rowdy after having too much sake in broad daylight.
Marianna and her friends decide to try a cute vegan cafe after finding out that the nearest Starbucks imposes two-hour wait for a cup of coffee. Tokyo has a lot to offer if you walk a little to explore. There are countless unique cafes and coffee shops with different offerings and appeals. These shops offer distinctive experience that cannot be had at a cookie-cutter establishment.
Simon and Martina have difficult time getting out of bed in the morning. It is hardly surprising when their pet is a quintessential furry blanket luring them back to sleep. After making green juice to start out the morning, Martina is off to town on a pinwheel bicycle with Simon to get breakfast.
John introduces a ryokan, a Japanese style inn in an unassuming neighborhood most likely known only to the locals. As the video host enters the architecture with an ascetically pleasing facade, traditionally designed interior looks welcoming. The room is very small which may be one step up from a capsule hotel, but a comfortable place to sleep.