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  • in this video, I wanted to take you to some of my favorite lesser known spots in Tokyo.

  • So if you've seen my other Tokyo guys, I've taken you to a lot of places that are quite popular.

  • But in this video, I kind of wanted to focus on some of the lesser known, less turn strappy places that I like personally.

  • Obviously those places like Julia Shinjuku, Major Shrine, Senso Ji.

  • All of those places are awesome places to go, but sometimes they can get a little bit crowded.

  • So I wanted to kind of spend some time in this video to show you some places that are still equally as beautiful but less travel, which I always appreciate.

  • And I thought you guys might appreciate too.

  • Oh, and don't forget if you want to see what I'm doing on a daily check out my instagram and if you want to support the channel, check out my Tokyo merch.

  • The link is always in the description and jeevan have been kind enough to send me their new reveal lab Gimble.

  • And so we're gonna be using that for the rest of the video.

  • More about it later on in this video.

  • All right, Without further ado, let's do this.

  • Number five Hamadi Kew Gardens.

  • Hama Riku is a beautiful meadow period garden hidden just beyond the show.

  • Don't Mansion Boschee area.

  • It was originally built to service a feudal Lord residence and was later converted to a strolling garden as well as an imperial detached palace.

  • Now anyone could take in the calming park views with a city sky scape serving as a backdrop to gently remind you that you're still in Tokyo.

  • You do have to pay 300 yen to get in, but for me it's worth it.

  • It's a lot less traveled by tourists when compared to the popular Shinjuku Gil in which makes it my Tokyo park get away without the crowds of people.

  • Yet it still offers a beautiful subtleties of what you'd expect from a Japanese garden.

  • I'm here on a Sunday and you could see it's still a peaceful escaped from the Tokyo streets.

  • When you first enter, you're greeted by a giant 300 year old Japanese monster tree.

  • The tranquil pawn in the centerpiece of the garden runs directly into the Tokyo Bay Ocean, so the bordering Watergate's help maintain its level.

  • And if you get tired of walking the huge property, you can even take a break at the tea house, which is constructed at the center of the pond.

  • Even the toilet is ed Oh style.

  • The park is beautiful all year round, but if you come in the spring, you can even catch the canola flower field.

  • Fully bloom number four.

  • So, Georgie, are you looking to visit a temple and get a view of Tokyo Tower?

  • And this may be your spot.

  • Definitely not as impressively decorated has since so G a success, but it's 100 times less crowded and it's impressive in its own right.

  • So Georgie is one of the seven great head temples of Jodo Sect, located in Shiba Park, who was built in 13 93 and moved to this location in 15 98.

  • So Georgie is known to be the family temple of the biggest show gonna during the Edo period and in fact, is the house of six.

  • Tokugawa Shogunate is one of the enduring features of the site is located on the side of the main building.

  • The scent i co dot jizo statues stand in line cute little red hats pin really smiling, and those of you don't know.

  • Same time means 1000 bodies, but in fact there's more than 1000 year Tokyo Tower in the background, and the redheaded statues make this a very instagram little spot.

  • Luckily, the Weeble Labs new Sling Handle feature makes it effortless to get that low, smooth sliding shot Number three Farmers market at you and you.

  • So we've been to a lot of street food spots throughout Tokyo, but I wanted to take some time out in this video to highlight local farmers who don't get a lot of that shine.

  • Every weekend, local farmers and food trucks gather around in the open air market.

  • It's located in front of United Nations University, just a five minute walk from a Motive Sando station.

  • They often have a beam like I've been to the Copy Festival, bakery, festival line and art, and it's just gonna walk around and sample fresh local food, even tried the melted cheese hoagie sandwich on this day.

  • Look, Michael loves it.

  • Number two Vita and Judoka.

  • We're making a quick stop, this spot called Nobita, known as Tokyo's little year.

  • It's perfect for a little photo shoot.

  • Figured you might get bored with too much footage of temples and shrines in Tokyo, so I wanted to switch it up a little viana so that his libido spot is no more than a few shops that seemed to be closed most of the time.

  • So don't get your expectations too high for this site.

  • But the two beauty of this place is the surrounding area.

  • Juke Alka Station station itself is definitely not us population juku, Shibuya or Akihabara comparatively, but I think it's definitely worth a visit.

  • Do Coca directly translated means Freedom Hill.

  • The area started developing in the 19 twenties and over the years has become one of the most desirable places to live in Tokyo.

  • Wide open streets, minimal crowds, a variety of shops and restaurants and only a 12 minute ride from Shibuya Station makes it one of my favorite chill spots in Tokyo.

  • Don't worry, I'll be doing a full video on this place soon, so don't forget to subscribe to the channels that you don't miss the video and number one kowtow.

  • Atago Shrine Major Jingu Shrine is probably the most popular shine in Tokyo and therefore draws the masses.

  • But in this video, I wanted to show you one.

  • My favorite.

  • Less known shrines kowtow to shine because one, not a lot of tourists know about it.

  • And two, because I love how it's west, right in the middle of the drawn among business history built in the 16 hundreds, that shrine used to be the south entrance of Edo Castle.

  • You see the four animals on the Tory frame.

  • They represent the four guardians of the east, west, south and north, and I've never seen them all together at one shrine.

  • It signifies that this was once a very powerful sight and it enshrines the strongest God in Japanese mythology.

  • On Mon own Uno coming as well as the Emperor.

  • Sudoku juxtaposition of this historical site right next to this massive Tokyo skyscraper definitely makes this one of my favorite spots.

  • So if you ever make it here, take a picture and tag me on Instagram to let me know.

  • All right.

  • So I hope you like some of my favorite spots in Tokyo that a lesser known thanks again to Julian for sending me this awesome gimble.

  • And for those of us who were wondering this wasn't a paid video.

  • Before I go, some of the things that I really appreciate about this Kimble actually had the crane to, which was much heavier.

  • I found this gimbal very easy to use.

  • Super Light to rebuild was intended for Marylise cameras, but it still worked with Mike Cannon 80 D, which is a heavier camera.

  • The gimbal itself can handle a three kilogram payload, which is super nice, and it's perfect for running a gun situations, especially with this quick lily's plate right here.

  • You can just pop on and off the camera when you need Thio.

  • One of things that also loved about this is the way where I was able to shoot.

  • Usually get Gimbels with just like this one handle, but the sling mode attach it like this, and I was able to hold the gimbal and made for easy, low angle shots.

  • I also like the fact that this handle itself comes up super easily with these attachments.

  • Just clip on like that, and the handle itself turns into a tripod with Mitch makes it super simple to mount the camera.

  • Did Jenna like this is gonna be my go to gimble every time we go on site, just like perfect for traveling.

  • In fact, I found it easier just to carry this thing around just in my hand, with a camera mounted on it.

  • Super simple, definitely thanks again, and you want it helps over the channel.

  • Check out my Tokyo merch, and if you want to see more of my guys in Tokyo or Japan hit, that's a Scrabble and I'll catch you guys in the next one.

in this video, I wanted to take you to some of my favorite lesser known spots in Tokyo.


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