• Das atemberaubende DIGITAL ART MUSEUM [ENG Sub]
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    Das atemberaubende DIGITAL ART MUSEUM [ENG Sub]

    In this video something special awaits you. When I think back of it I’m still absolutely stunned. A short while ago a new museum opened in Odaiba. It’s not an ordinary museum, it’s the Digital Art Museum by Team★Lab Borderless. It’s located in the Mori Building which is next to the Zepp Tokyo and the Ferris Wheel. Yoko from “Lost in Japan” asked me a few weeks ago if I’d be interested to company her. I didn’t need to be told twice. I checked out the website in advance and was absolutely speechless by watching the pictures and videos. I’ve put the website link for you in the video description…

  • Tokyo Mens-Only Capsule Hotel & Lounge Chair Stay Experience ★ ONLY in JAPAN
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    Tokyo Mens-Only Capsule Hotel & Lounge Chair Stay Experience ★ ONLY in JAPAN

    ONLY in JAPAN Welcome to Okachimachi in Tokyo. This is Ameyoko market and the area around it buzzes with life And this is also where I’m gonna be spending the night So what makes Okachimachi a really interesting place to stay is its location? It’s so convenient. It’s located between Akihabara, Ueno Asakusa, and Ginza Which makes it the perfect location and the fact that it’s next to this market which has Amazing nightlife, great restaurants that spill out into the streets with really delicious and affordable food. I mean what more could you want? So let’s go check in to the capsule hotel Spa Resort President is located on…

  • Trick Art Museum in Tokyo, Japan // SoloTravelBlog
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    Trick Art Museum in Tokyo, Japan // SoloTravelBlog

    Welcome to Japan – home of the trick art museum. If you want to see some feisty photo ops and a life-changing meetup you’ve come to the right place. (♪♪♪) What’s up everybody Dustin here from SoloTravelBlog. Today I’m here with a badass subscriber named Alex. How you feelin Alex? Feelin slightly…aroused We’re about to check out the trick art museum in Odaiba and I think it’s gonna be real nice. Let’s do this thing. So we sprinted on over to the entrance of that museum and as you can see it’s looking pretty Japanese-y from the outside. Now word on the street is this is a mighty fine place…

  • Day in the Life of a Typical Japanese Couple Moving in Tokyo
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    Day in the Life of a Typical Japanese Couple Moving in Tokyo

    this is a day in the life of a Japanese couple moving in for the first time together so this is my friend Eugene and his girlfriend ELISA it’s a special day for them since today they’re moving in for the first time together but at this moment they’re just realizing that the laundry is still hanging on the balcony and it rained last night Eugene is 27 years old works for an IT solutions from in Tokyo as a salesperson and has lived in this Tokyo apartment by Yoyogi Park for two years now but he says 26 and they’ve been going out now for us strong eleven months…

  • Homma Art Museum Garden – Yamagata –  公益財団法人 本間美術館 – 4K Ultra HD
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    Homma Art Museum Garden – Yamagata – 公益財団法人 本間美術館 – 4K Ultra HD

    Walking distance from Yamagata’s amazing Somaro Tea House and its gorgeous Maiko, you will find in the city of Sakata and the Homma Art Museum Garden. Built in 1813 by the fourth head of the Homma clan, the property includes the actual main house, he Seienkaku, as well as the magnificent Kakubu-en or “Dancing Crane garden”. Turned into a museum in 1947, with a dedicated wing build for that very purpose, the Seienkaku used to host many dignitaries including members of the Sakai and Uesugi clans, lords of the Shōnai and Yonezawa Domains, as well as in 1925 the future Shōwa emperor. Also, it is interesting to note that the…

  • LUGAR INCRÍVEL!! teamLab Planets in Toyosu (Tokyo Digital Art Museum)
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    LUGAR INCRÍVEL!! teamLab Planets in Toyosu (Tokyo Digital Art Museum)

    You’re not doing it right, do it again did you enjoyed your childhood?! You’re such a kid I’m a eternal child They tell you to put all of your stuff here You can’t take anything except for your camera and cellphone nothing else. The rest stay here in the locker Your shoes too. Take your sock off and I made a bad choice today I wore jeans today and theres a part which you get wet till your knees And you need to be wearing something you can roll it up like this But in my case, I’m wearing a non-stretch jeans so stupid Shut up. How would I know?!…

  • ONLY IN  JAPAN TOKYO Unko Museum
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    ONLY IN JAPAN TOKYO Unko Museum

    I did it guys I made it I made it [Music] ciao everyone welcome back to my channel okay today I’m here with Amy you know look what I brought with me today why do I have a tourist waiver because Gaius we are going to the community with that so we can do all do that we want today okay guys actually the Luka Museum anyway the museum will be until I taught until this month but actually is until either July so guys if you wanna go just go uncle museum dr. calm and GP maybe and you will have all the info they ticket cost 1600 the…

  • Curator’s Perspective: “Vincent van Gogh and Japan”
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    Curator’s Perspective: “Vincent van Gogh and Japan”

    Good evening ladies and gentlemen, welcome to the Frist Center for the Visual Arts. Thank you for being here tonight. I’m Anne Henderson, Director of Education and Outreach here and on behalf of the Frist Center I would like to thank the Metro Nashville Arts Commission, the Tennessee Arts Commission and the National Endowment for their continued and ongoing support of our exhibitions and programs. I’d also like to thank our “Looking East” exhibition sponsors, HCA Tri-Star Healthcare, Christie’s and United States-Japan Foundation. Tonight we are very pleased to welcome Simon Kelly to the Frist Center for his lecture, “Vincent van Gogh and Japan,” that will explore the artist’s fascination…

  • Tokugawa Art Museum – Nagoya – Aichi – 徳川美術館 – 4K Ultra HD
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    Tokugawa Art Museum – Nagoya – Aichi – 徳川美術館 – 4K Ultra HD

    Nagoya’s Tokugawa Art Museum was founded in 1935 and built on the grounds of the Owari’s former feudal residence, one of the three major branches of the ruling Tokugawa family in Nagoya during the Edo Period. Tokugawa Art Museum offers visitors the chance to enjoy some of Japan’s oldest arts as well as many past artifacts donated by the Tokugawa Yoshichika itself, including samurai armor and swords, and also antique Kimono and tea ceremony utensils. Not only is the Tokugawa Art Museum worth a visit, but its beautiful garden is also something that needs to be experienced and enjoyed, either on your own or with your family.