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Golden Week in Tokyo

May 9, 2010

The first three weekdays of May in Japan are National Holidays (Constitution Memorial Day, Greenery Day and Children’s Day), referred to as “Golden Week.”  So with this time off from work I took my first trip to Tokyo.  I tried something new during this trip, I took a lot of video with my camera and edited together, figuring a lot of what I’ll see will look better in motion.  So here’s the final result.


The Ginza Shopping District in Tokyo

Yoyogi Park Greasers

Yoyogi Park Greasers, my favorite part of Tokyo.

Click here to check out all my Tokyo photos.

Tokyo was great fun, I met up with quite friends that happened to also be in town for Golden Week and made some new friends as well.  Tokyo is definitely a massive city, covering 844.4 square miles, nearly twice that of New York City which stands at 468.9.  And just like New York, there is a huge amount of diversity in the city.

I spent 3 full days in Tokyo, and that was barely enough time to scratch the surface.  Next time I visit I’m hoping to at the very least see a sumo bout and a baseball game.

  1. Grandma & Papa permalink
    May 15, 2010 9:29 pm

    Hi Jonathan,
    We really enjoyed your pictures of Toyko. Looks like you are hiving an exciting, educational and great adventure. We are so proud of you. Keep em coming.
    We Love you,
    Grandma & Papa

  2. Mom permalink
    May 24, 2010 11:04 am

    The video you made is so amazing! I love the music too. You did a great job, Jon!!

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