TOKYO, Japan travel guide: Shibuya crossing, Meiji shrine & Harajuku | vlog 3

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You're in Tokyo, Japan and not sure about what are the things to do in Tokyo? Start with Shibuya! Shibuya Crossing, Meiji Shrine, Harajuku Takeshita Street and Kawaii Monster Cafe - some of the best things to do in Tokyo, Japan all within walking distance. Shibuya in Tokyo is a famed district of fashion and culture. We visit the star attraction, the Shibuya Crossing, grab some sushi at Genki Sushi Tokyo, stroll the shopping streets and take a breather in Meiji Jingu Shrine, the most famous Shinto shrine in Japan. Finally, we end the day with some shopping on the quirky Takeshita street in Harajuku and grab a bite and show at Kawaii Monster Cafe.

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Short answer: I am a Brazilian journalist living in the United States. After traveling the world working with sports, news, and events for over 15 years, I realized that what I really love is the travel part of it all. So I exchanged life in the newsrooms and stadiums for the daily challenge of being an independent content producer. I created this channel to share the beauties of the world... stuff that for so long I only kept to myself. Also to help people planning similar trips and to inspire more people to venture out and enjoy life!

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