Wishlisted by Jasmine Galang
Japan's capital, Tokyo, is a well-known city. I wanted to see everything there was to offer. I wanted to see cherry blossoms and experience the epicenter of Japanese cuisine, fashion, and late-night fun.
8 months ago
I've always wanted to experience the Japanese life 🌸. The fireworks, cuisine, cherry blossoms, amazing AI, and of course, anime!
a year ago
Tokyo is one of the main cities in Asia. It is one of the well developed cities in the world! So what are the do things in Tokyo? First on the list is visit Shibuya! - it’s like the New York in Asia, at the center of numerous tall buildings and establishments you will see hundreds of pedestrians coming from every directions! It’s one of the greatest spots to take photos in Tokyo. After you’re don taking photos, shopping is the next thing that should be on your agenda! Second, visit the towers! Tokyo Tower and Tokyo Skytree, remember to go at night. Enjoy the breathtaking view of Tokyo! Third, Disney Sea! I love this place so much! Sure, Disney Land is fun too, but for me Disney Sea is more enjoyable for the adults, it has more extreme rides rather. These are just my top 3 in Tokyo but there are so much more to see aroun the city! There’ Ikspiari, Ueno, and Shinjuku!
2 years ago
Actually, not only in Tokyo but in Japan. I mean I'd like to have a tour in the entire country. I have heard a lot of good things about Japan and it really made me interested to visit this country. I wish to visit this country in winter as my family and I would like to experience snow. We are excited to see Disneyland Tokyo, Universal Studio Japan, etc...
2 years ago
Tokyo is your best bet for the perfect Lookbook photos, with its hip neighborhoods in Shibuya and Nakameguro as your backdrop. Satisfy your sartorial cravings with high-end brands such as Hi Panda, Bape, and Cav Empt. If you’re on a budget, hit the city’s thrift shops and affordable retail brands for a streetwear shopping spree.
2 years ago
“The god of 2D fighting games” and “The Beast” are just some of the monickers given to the greatest Street Fighter player, Daigo Umehara. Daigo began going to the local arcade centers in Tokyo at the age of 10 and absolutely crushed anyone in Street Fighter II. Even at the ripe old (by gaming standards) age of 39, Daigo still consistently makes tournament appearances.
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