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  • in this video, I'm gonna show you guys five busiest spots in Tokyo, and I'm gonna share with you my little chicks on how to get around.

  • There's so much to see and do in Tokyo these days making this a tourist mecca.

  • And because of this, some of the best Tokyo has often gets inundated with crowds and just crazy amounts of people.

  • But I kind of wanted to take the time out and show you these busy places and show you kind of like how to get around despite it being so crowded and in this video ends, a 360 has been kind enough to send me the one X or better way to show you still go.

  • But in 360 degrees this we're going to be sharing some more.

  • But he's a specific tips and tricks on hunting it around each spot, but in general the weekends are the busiest, so if you can try to avoid the beak ends when you're traveling around these busy areas.

  • And although I'll be filming everything on a Saturday which generally one of the busier tourist days, just like so many crowds.

  • But the thing is it's actually winter time right now, so I feel like the spring and summer kind of like the busiest time overall, but even in the winter and gets pretty busy as you'll soon see what the boys are.

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  • And if you want to see what I'm doing for about a week during the days when I'm filming, check out my INSTAGRAM account.

  • All right, let's search the camera and get started.

  • The first credit card spot I'm taking you today.

  • It's speedy fish market.

  • It's actually one of my favorite took guest recruit spots and is a must experience spot if you're coming into town.

  • But it's also a spot you're going to regret to visit during the wrong time.

  • Skeevy Intermarket moved to Tokyo soon last year, but the outer market, where all the awesome street food remains, it's still live and bustling as ever.

  • Waas skis.

  • He is busy both on weekdays and Saturday's, but definitely avoid Saturdays if you can.

  • But if you truly want avoid the crowds, my local tip for this spot is so choose your time wisely.

  • From my experience, mornings are less busy than at lunchtime, as many people plan on having lunch here, so I would say the best time that go is between eight and 10 in the morning.

  • If you had a late starter or just looking up a hangover come after two or three PM Some shops may start to close around this time, but you should still be able to find some decent food spots.

  • Sundays are also less busy, but that's because 1/3 of the shops are closed on Sundays as well as holidays and most Wednesdays.

  • If you're okay with having less options, these are the days with the least crowds.

  • Number four Miyoko Miyoko is the street food spot in Ueno, where you can get amazing Chinese and Korean street food.

  • The tip years to come right when the store opens, which is at 10 a.m. I've been here for filming many times, and it gets packed in the afternoon, even on the weekdays.

  • Forget about afternoon weekends as you feel like you're in L.

  • A.

  • Traffic number three That sucks.

  • It sucks.

  • It is definitely the number one tourist shop in Tokyo, especially the street that need to send surgeon called Knuckle Musa despite having some scrumptious street delights with some history, I highly recommend staying away from the souvenirs on the street.

  • That's prices tend to be on the higher side.

  • I definitely have a love hate relationship for this area because of the crowds right out of the subway, you greeted by the masses shops open around 10 a.m. and close around 6 p.m. I would say going there at 10 AM would be the best choice if you really want to check out stores.

  • However, knocking me say is not the only street you should see in Asakusa.

  • And there are a lot more to see in the surrounding area, which is where I spend most of my time.

  • When I'm here, check out my top 10 things to do in a Sucks a video if you're looking for some ideas.

  • Another local tip is that the shrine is open 24 7 If you visit just after the sun goes down, that crowd really minimal and the shrine is beautifully.

  • They personally, I prefer a peaceful night stroll through museums and so edgy over the intense crowds.

  • Number two, How did you good case too dirty.

  • Now, if you're looking for sweets or popular teen fashion, then hajagos a spot, which is why it's become another crowded tourist trap.

  • In particular.

  • At the case of door, you'll find funky shops and teen cosmetic shops.

  • This spot gets busier and busier as the day goes on, but since it's popular amongst teenagers, you'll see a huge bump in crowds.

  • After 4 p.m. The kids finish school.

  • The surrounding areas, such as a motive, Sando and especially the intersection also tend to have heavy foot traffic on the weekends, but still not a severe case of dirty.

  • But my local tip is veering to the side streets of case of duty, and you'll find some relief from the masses.

  • And number one, she and Uncle Bo Sonoko is my ultimate stay the hell away.

  • On the weekend spot, it rivals Dizzy Land on a busy day seen Uncle Bo's, also known as K Town near Shinjuku.

  • Since Cape Up in Korean makeup are big trends in Japan, the moment it's turned into the busiest street in these past years also says the street was never intended for large numbers of people.

  • It's turned into a parking lot of bodies on the weekend and what's added to the crowds of people are the plethora of unique and delicious street food shops forcing people line up on the streets, further clogging the walkways.

  • Don't get me wrong, though.

  • The food is amazing as I made a street food video for this area, but weekends are not the time to do it.

  • In fact, if any of you watching have ever been here on the weekend or any other spots on this list, let me know what your experience was like in the comments.

  • One last local tip.

  • When he gets really busy, that train station limits people from exiting the station to prevent the street from getting even more crowded.

  • So people get stuck in the transition sounding anything like Mickey's magical Wonderland.

  • Yet welcome back.

  • What do you guys think like this?

  • Help me hit that light, but let me know when you guys thought of my tips and tricks when you guys found most useful.

in this video, I'm gonna show you guys five busiest spots in Tokyo, and I'm gonna share with you my little chicks on how to get around.


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