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  • in this video, I'm gonna share with you guys my top 101 things to do until Gilles.

  • There's just so many things to do in Tokyo, as some of you may already know.

  • So what I wanted to do in this video is to break it all down and make it easy to follow a list of all my favorite places and activities here in Tokyo.

  • And don't worry, I'll make sure to leave all of the links and descriptions.

  • You guys can have it for your next visit to Tokyo.

  • And for those of you have been a Tokyo before, count along and see how many of places and activities you've actually done on the list and let me know in the common section, let's see which one of you guys is the most experienced local.

  • Oh, and if you want to help support my channel checking on my Tokyo merch, I'll leave a link in the description.

  • All right, let's do this.

  • Let's start with my home neighborhood, Shibuya.

  • It's on the west side of Tokyo, extremely busy for morning to let's say, the next morning.

  • If you know where to go, it's pretty much 24 hours.

  • You generally find younger Crowd's here.

  • There are many shops, restaurants, bars and nightclubs.

  • Also, CBS calls the trendy areas like Kaja Goo Tanaka Makoto and Die Kanayama.

  • So if you're planning to visit Shibuya, I'd also check out one of these nearby neighborhoods.

  • Unless you're heavy into shopping.

  • Scramble crossing The very first thing you want to do in Cuba is probably check out scramble.

  • Since it's right in front of the station, can you believe that 3000 people cross at one time?

  • Pretty amazing.

  • Looking at it from overhead, I would say the best reviews up in style.

  • Starbucks Magnet Whipped Up or Mark City sent the guy after getting an instagram.

  • Photos that scramble.

  • You'll find yourself in front of center.

  • Guy sent the guys with the busiest streets and should be filled with lots of shops, fast food and Jane restaurants.

  • Okay, she with Jensen are the hidden trendy spots in Siberia, where the locals hangout.

  • You confined unique chic shops and restaurants, and you won't find in a tourist every cent a guy 109 Building one own island's capital of Shibuya Gather fashion culture.

  • If you're not familiar, this is gathered fashion.

  • Even if you're not really into get a fashion like me, it's a trip to experience a crazy vibe in here.

  • Don Quixote don't kiss a giant discount chain store.

  • You'll find it most stations throughout Tokyo.

  • It's a great place to shop drugstore items, snacks and inexpensive souvenirs to give it to your friends and families on eternal Japanese pancakes.

  • Those fluffy Japanese pancakes you see on Instagram.

  • Yeah, they're real and oh so light and delicious.

  • There's quite a few spots in Tokyo, but my favorite brought so far is Benny.

  • Unsuited in a success.

  • It's hard to get a seat, but it's worth a try.

  • Arcade Japanese arcades, also known as game centers, part not just for kids.

  • Once you're inside, you almost feel like you're in a hotel casino.

  • LAS Vegas It's actually quite fun for adults to play, and if you're also in the sports, I recommend sports, which is like a sports and arcade fake.

  • After getting your Mario kart fixed, you can check out the tennis courts, bowling alleys, et cetera, and trying more than 40 different sports activities.

  • Nico Yoko.

  • Now, if you want to immerse yourself in the Japanese drinking restaurant culture known as Jessica.

  • You don't have to look further than Nico.

  • Yoko literally means meat alleyway.

  • Check out all these people eating and drinking fresh uni uni, also known a sea urchin, is definitely in a quiet days.

  • But since so many Tokyo restaurants, sushi shops and he's a chi has offered me its worth taste for first timers.

  • But if you're looking for a one of a kind experience, I go to a specialty shop.

  • It's Katie that wraps uni in a squid ink bun festivals.

  • If you visit Tokyo at the right time of year, you're bound to experience a Japanese festival's Most occur in the summer and fall.

  • Streets will be littered with amazing food souls.

  • Energetic Koshi, traditional music.

  • A truly special experience, I promise.

  • Many festivals are associating local temples and shrines, but they're small neighborhood festivals as well.

  • Combi.

  • Any food convenience stores, also known as companies, as locals like to call it, have lots offer.

  • It's nothing like the food in the convenience stores in the States.

  • Convenience in Japan are open 24 7 and have almost anything you need from onto go staples on the giddy sandwiches and hot deli items.

  • Patrick of Food.

  • Every department store has a food floor on the basement, which is called the Cheka.

  • It's not like food courts in shopping malls, but it's where you can buy billy items and bring home.

  • There are countless numbers of shots and dishes to choose from.

  • You'll never get border hungry.

  • The budget food is not the cheapest but definitely higher quality than competing food.

  • Naka Meguro Noncommittal ways Instagram, famous for its beautiful cherry blossom tunnels over may go to a river, but it's a popular and trendy spot to hang out for locals.

  • In this sophisticated city, you confined dope bars and restaurants, chic accessory shops and high end vintage shops.

  • You can either walk along a river or explore friendly shooting guys for restaurants.

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  • The daughter garnered a lot of fashion for the co I'II culture, so you probably have heard it for at least CNN.

  • Although you don't see people dressed in ultra cute fashion as much these days, Casey Joyce still keeps that young colorful by after you're done walking through the streets, check out fora and Tokyo Plaza and then Cat Street.

  • But that golden shopping round.

  • So crater the soul Food of Adagio.

  • You'll find crepe shops everywhere.

  • A lot of them are pretty similar in style and taste, but the cream Berlet crepe at concrete is unlike anything you've had before in your life.

  • It's hidden away on a side street, but definitely worth a try.

  • Montesano is a great spot for high brand shopping.

  • It's walking distance from her surgical area so you can go on the same day.

  • I definitely appreciate the wide open streets and sidewalks, but despite that, weekends are super credit, so be careful.

  • Yoyogi Park Yoyogi Park is the biggest park in Shibuya Harajuku area.

  • It's my go to park.

  • It's really enter for anyone they often at festivals every week and different things.

  • Usually their food stalls in their tenderness.

  • So what I usually do is pick up some food and take it to the bigger park areas.

  • Major Jingu Major Ginger was a Shinto shrine just one step away from J R.

  • How did Yuka station the special forest leads of the main shrine in the center, which will help you forget about everyday stresses of life?

  • Total trying.

  • Now, if you're looking for a Japanese trying that's less touristy, you'll be able to find them.

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  • Throughout Tokyo, for example, there's this quirk Hidden China Tucked away behind the case of Dottie, this shrine is dedicated against city.

  • A real maybe Joe was born in 18 47.

  • Pretty young for a god Odin.

  • If you're coming in Tokyo, then you must try this traditional Japanese dish called Odin.

  • It consists of several ingredients, like boiled eggs, daikon, fish cakes, et cetera.

  • I have highlighted it in many of my street food videos as I love it so much.

  • One of my favorite spots is that salmon in Naka Meguro not only for the food.

  • You can also grab a cold beer here, right underneath the trade tracks.

  • Shinjuku, the world's busiest station, Shinjuku, is filled with office workers and international travelers alike.

  • It's known for its red light district, but many people come here to shop and dime tin genius.

  • Such a big area west of the station is a house of skyscrapers, while the east side is more of the shopping and inter name inside.

  • It's probably the best spot access anywhere in Tokyo, so I recommend staying in this area.

  • Ginger could go in.

  • Shinjuku going feels like Central Park of New York only it cost about $2 to get in.

  • Since it used to be a part of Imperial Garden, Guillen has more of a proper feelings than the other parts in Tokyo.

  • The view of the skyscrapers from the beautiful garden, his breath taking.

  • One of the highlights is rock today in the Japanese garden area, where you could experience casual tea ceremony and you have access to the botanical gardens as well.

  • Rahman fear In Japan, you have to try Rahman.

  • It's a must.

  • In my book.

  • You may have tried it once or twice in your country.

  • The ones in Japan are absolutely amazing.

  • There's so many different types of prom and creamy white pork ramen like they're so it's as Roman fish broth dipping cell, Roman user flavored Roman.

  • The list goes on and on and on.

  • My regular spots are Kinden moderate intensity in Syria.

  • Lloyd, a yoga Joe.

  • If you're looking for a cool spot, the bar up, This is it.

  • About 80 bars are stuffed inside of a Lloyd Naoko alley from yucky Tori to sober.

  • You should be able to find something like most of the shops, with about 5 to 6 people and our squeeze into a small space.

  • Definitely a good opportunity to make some local friends.

  • Kabuki Cho You get up from the east exit of Shinjuku Station and keep going north.

  • You'll hitch in Jessica's red Light district, Kabuki Cho with neon lights, hostess bars and love hotels.

  • It's definitely a part of the city that never sleeps.

  • It's a fun place that check out.

  • But be careful.

  • Going to the club's ah fool in their money are soon parted.

  • Be safe.

  • Godzilla.

  • This is also in Kabukicho area.

  • You can find the Japanese born monster on the top of hotel grace read.

  • You can check out the little show from the street or take a closer look on the rooftop of the hotel.

  • Local tip.

  • You only to use a cafe if you want to go roof side.

  • Golden Guy Golden Guys.

  • Another bar hopping spot.

  • Kabuki Cho area Just behind Arizona Shrine, about 200 bars are squeezed into this mysterious retro Aly.

  • Each bar only fits about six a 10 people, and the manner is not stay too long.

  • A lot of the bars here have cover charges, so make sure to ask at the entrance you can you do yaki knickers.

  • A Japanese style barbecue is completely different from Korean barbecue or Western style barbecue.

  • Yankee Nico is considered fancy food in general because it's usually pricey cooking bite sized meat and vegetables one by one, usually over charcoal or gas.

  • But sometimes I like to go super cheap and do all you can eat at a unique spot called Looking for a Decent and Free City View in Shinjuku and go to the Tokyo Metropolitan Building.

  • It's a bit of a walk from Shinjuku Station, but it's worth checking out the view from 202 meters high.

  • The daytime view is awesome, but don't miss the gorgeous nighttime view with City Lights.

  • Sonoko Bo Koreatown.

  • I'm not sure if you're interested in Kate down, but if you're indicate culture, maybe it's worth checking out.

  • Since Tokyo is super close to Seoul, you can get up to date Korean cosmetics and tape up goods here.

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  • Avoid the weekends because nightmare to walk around.

  • Kaguta zucca, Kaguta Zucca is slowly becoming a stylish and trendy neighborhood, at least over the past few years.

  • It's actually one of the oldest cities in Tokyo.

  • Pagodas, AKA used to be a geisha district.

  • Back in the day, you can still see remnants of this in the uniquely line stone pavement and quiet alleyways.

  • Oh, and it's a dark spot for street food.

  • She is Ron.

  • He is showing as one of the most beautiful and photogenic shrine gates in Tokyo.

  • Many troubles don't know about it, as it's hidden away between Akasaka and making cental station turns usually got a more well known gift, like Hannah's on a shrine in Ueno.

  • But to me, this spot is so much more photo worthy.

  • Shaved ice.

  • Shaved ice has been a trendy food for the past few years.

  • Thanks.