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Japanese game centers are must visit places on any trip to Japan, but in Tokyo, there is a place where you can time warp back to the 1980s and 1990s and play those games of the past, too. Since Japan was the leader in arcade game programming and machine production, the culture stretches back decades and those old machines are still in use! Why do these retro arcade games and game centers still exist in Japan? In the USA, the arcade culture rapidly declined when the game consoles gained wide popularity, especially in the early 1990s, but in Japan, arcades or game center culture continued because it was more about the experience than the games itself. It was a place to go, hang out with friends, be a hero! There were many kinds of games from classic arcades to driving simulation games to dancing and rhythm games. Gamers from the 1980s are not in their 30s, 40s or 50s and they keep coming, playing those games from the past and thats great because it means we can all stop in and experience arcades games like we did as kids. ▶︎ Where is Mikado (Retro Game Center) https:goo.glmapsXrwcToabzam Station: Takadanobaba ▶︎ Super Potato | Retro Console Games in Akihabara: http:www.superpotato.comGames featured in this episode: OUT RUN (1986) Sega Tokyo Wars (1996) Namco Star Wars (1983) Atari Metal Hawk (1988) NamcoCheck out Miki's channel "Miki Lab": https:www.youtube.comchannelUCDQc7iivx7a-FwXFzSoK45w And Shingo's channel Let's Play Japan: https:www.youtube.comchannelUCcQUB9PqG0xkxEwdAppU63ACheck out more ONLY in JAPAN video clips and photos: http:instagram.comonlyinjapantv MORE JAPANESE GAME CENTER VIDEOS: ★ Crane Game Secrets Revealed: Japan's UFO Catcher Academy https:www.youtube.comwatch?v=W1r4xxvO41k ★ Japanese Photo Sticker Booths: Purikura Adventure https:www.youtube.comwatch?v=3IwVttYtB4w ★ Gachapon Toy Capsules: https:www.youtube.comwatch?v=jt2g7Fpu_58▷ SUBTITLES: If you'd like to help out and submit a subtitle in your language, I'd really appreciate it so we can reach more people! THANK YOU! You'll be listed as a collaborator for this video too :) -john This show has been created and produced by John Daub ジョン・ドーブ. He's been living and working in Japan for over 20 years and regularly reports on TV for Japan's International Channel. #onlyinjapan #tokyo #gamecenter

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★ Special Episode ★ This festival will next be held on Sunday, April 5 2020. Here's a preview with all the background you'll need. Japan's Kanamara Matsuri as you've never seen it before! Every now and then something very bizarre from Japan pops up in the news. This time, it happens to be bright pink and carried around the streets of a town near Tokyo. The Kanamara Matsuri Festival is definitely unusual but there is much more to this story including a strong historical backbone and religious significance. So – WHY #JAPAN ?!?! WHY ?!? The international media sees the images and write the stories but never ask the questions. Let me do that for you in this episode. The festival sometimes dubbed the “Penis” festival or the "Utamaro Festival" has a long history going back 200 years. It was created by a transgender salon in Asakusa called Elizabeth who wanted to bring attention to the issue of STD, HIV AIDS and the LGBT community. They succeeded in getting a lot of attention but over the last several years, the message has gotten lost in the shock and -- bright pink of their hand made phallus. Whatever you may think about Elizabeth, there is no doubt that it is the most photographed mikoshi in Japan! Kanamara #Shrine is dedicated to both fertility and a place for prayer for women afflicted by sexual diseases. It's a place women go to today to pray to get pregnant and for a healthy child. Those who have been unfortunate to contract a STD have been coming here for centuries. The priests approach those afflicted with a lot of compassion. Kanamara Shrine is certainly one that opens its arms to anyone and everyone who is suffering and that compassion is admirable. In recent years, the worldwide media attention has been overwhelming skewed on the "weird" and the Kanamara Matsuri has become something of a joke and embarrassment in many Japanese eyes. I really hope that this episode can help shed light on the cultural, historical and religious significance of this festival in Japan today. It's more than a gag, a comedy piece. Parental Guidance suggested: Because viewers of the shows come from all different backgrounds and ages, I highly recommend anyone under 13 have a parent watch with them. There are no actual body parts shown but I know the material is sensitive for parents; and parents should be the ones making the decision if this should be seen or not. I added a rating at the opening for this purpose. Where is Kanamara Shrine? Here's a Google Map: https:goo.glmapsC96g1ZCYVDq Address: 2-13-16 Daishi Ekimae, Kawasaki Ward, Kawasaki, Kanagawa Prefecture 210-0802 How to get to the Kanamara Matsuri: Station: Kawasakidaishi Station 川崎大師 Take the JR LINE to Kawasaki Station then change to the Keikyu Dashi Line, a 50 meter walk from JR. Take the train 3 stops, 140 Yen. MUSIC CREDIT: Teknoaxe https:www.youtube.comuserteknoaxe The Unicycle Crew #13664 Sundays by Twin Musicom is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https:creativecommons.orglicensesby4.0) Artist: http:www.twinmusicom.org The video has the STANDARD YOUTUBE LICENSE and is not Creative Commons. ONLY in JAPAN is a registered trademark. All rights reserved 2019. This show has been created and produced by John Daub ジョン・ドーブ. He's been living and working in Japan for over 21 years and regularly reports on TV for Japan's International Channel.
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game | Tokyo s Secret Island Paradise AOGASHIMA ★ ONLY in JAPAN

Tokyo s Secret Island Paradise AOGASHIMA ★ ONLY in JAPAN

Jurassic Park may be the first thing that comes to mind when you see Aogashima Island from the air - but yes, THIS IS TOKYO! It's famous for having a volcano inside a volcano surrounded by dense jungle. It's also considered the smallest town in Japan and the hardest place in Japan to get to. There is no direct transportation to Aogashima. These facts are what make Aogashima the best kept secret in Tokyo! ★ The Ogasawara video is out! https:www.youtube.comwatch?v=n3TtGXAoTvA Travel 1000km further for Tokyo's distant island paradise! The island is unspoiled. The pristine jungles and beautiful ocean views are like scenes from the movies. HOW TO GET TO AOGASHIMA Air ▶︎ Haneda Airport (Tokyo) to Hachijojima 50 minutes ▶︎ Helicopter to Aogashima - 20 minutes 11,530 Yen Note: You have to take the first flight to catch the helicopter or spend the night. Only 1 helicopter flight per day. Sea (Ferry) ▶︎ Takeshiba Pier (Tokyo) to Hachijojima 11-12 hours Tokai Kisen Line ▶︎ Hachijojima to Aogashima 3 hours Izu Shoto Kaihatsu Line Note: The ferry to Aogashima is often canceled so don't rely on this if you need to be back to Tokyo for a flight etc. It can be delayed for as long as 1 week depending on weather! WHY IS THIS THE HARDEST PLACE TO GET TO? The town is located 200 meters up off the sea. There is no airport and this island is only accessible by helicopter and ferry. The port is one of the most challenging to dock at in the world so when the sea is rough or the wind is too strong, ferries are often canceled. Visitors may be stranded here for a week or more if the weather turns bad. MUST SEE PLACES on AOGASHIMA ★ Ao-Chu Shochu distillery ★ Aogashima heliport ★ The volcanic island steamer (for lunch) ★ The island sauna ★ Oyamatenbo Park (Observation Area) for the view over the crater and the sky at night ★ Aogashima Port ★ Maruyama & ShrineFOOD TO TRY ★ Torinabe (Chicken Soup Pot) ★ Ashitaba (an island leaf herb that's used in cooking) ★ Island fish in season Note: you can ask your inn about trying these at scheduled mealsTHINGS TO NOTE ABOUT VISITING AOGASHIMA 1) You must have a reservation to stay somewhere before arriving. Lodging is limited. Call ahead, even for camping. 2) There is an ATM at the post office but come with cash just in case 3) Helicopters are often sold out a month in advance. Ferry tickets are easy to get but your departure date may not be convenient. 4) Walking is possible everywhere but many tourists rent a car. Other tourists may pick you up if you hitchhike. It takes 80 minutes to walk from the heliport to Aogashima pier. URL: ▶︎ Aogashima's Official Page http:www.vill.aogashima.tokyo.jptop.html ▶︎ Tokyo's Island Helicopter Service (Online Reservations) http:tohoair-tal.jp ▶︎ Ao-chu (青酎) Aogashima Island Shochu Brand http:ao-chu.com (Hotel Inn) Onyado Tomotame 御宿為朝 telephone: +81 4996-9-0410 owner: Kyoko-san (Japanese only) ▶︎ Aogashimamura Camping Ground telephone: 04996-9-0111  email contact: [email protected] thank you to Akira-san, Yoshino-san, Kyoko-san and Moemi-san and all the kind residents of Aogashima who made me feel a part of the island family! I stayed on the island from July 23 to July 30. Drone scenes shot with the DJI MAVIC PRO Music Credits: ▷ TEKNOAXE (love his stuff) https:www.youtube.comuserteknoaxe Jungle - a Royal Feast Bedtime Story Adventures - PianoBackground ▷ Groovy Baby by Audionautix is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https:creativecommons.orglicensesby4.0) Artist: http:audionautix.com ▷ Out of the Skies, Under the Earth by Chris Zabriskie is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https:creativecommons.orglicensesby4.0) Source: http:chriszabriskie.comreappear Artist: http:chriszabriskie.com ▷ SUBTITLES: If you'd like to help out and submit a subtitle in your language, I'd really appreciate it so we can reach more people! http:www.youtube.comtimedtext_video?v=-N5pqG7-qDY&ref=share THANK YOU! You'll be listed as a collaborator for this video too :) -john This show has been created and produced by John Daub ジョン・ドーブ. He's been living and working in Japan for over 19 years and regularly reports on TV for Japan's International Channel.
4,677 views | Sep 17, 2017
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game | Japanese Inn Kaiseki Cuisine The Ryokan Stay Experience

Japanese Inn Kaiseki Cuisine The Ryokan Stay Experience

A Traditional Japanese Inn stay can be the highlight of any trip to Japan, and this comprehensive tour of 13 hot spring towns will give you a complete picture of what to expect during a stay. From the tatami room to the kitchen and dining room, this is the story of the Ryokan. After 20 years living in Japan, a Ryokan stay is the most authentic experience one can have traveling the country and Fukushima, Japan's third largest prefecture, is famous for that countryside charm and service found around its mountains. It's only a 75 minute Shinkansen train ride from Tokyo making it an ideal getaway from more crowded spots like Nikko and Hakone. In this video, you will see exactly what you will get from start to finish. As Japan moves closer to the 2020 Olympics, services are catering more to international visitors and these hotels featured are all accommodating and friendly places, staff learning English to communicate with people from around the world. ▶︎ What is Kaiseki Ryori Cuisine?It's a traditional Japanese dinner with many courses including a starter, soup, side items, main course and dessert. ★ Sashimi Sushi ★ Sukiyaki ★ Yakiniku ★ Tempura ★ Miso Soup It's all here, and it's all prepared with local ingredients of the season, always freshly made in the kitchen.▶︎ How much is a night at a Ryokan Traditional Japanese Inn?It is usually charged by the person instead of the room because it includes 2 meals, dinner and breakfast. On average, I have spent between 12,000 yen ($100) to 22,000 ($180) per person for a night and here is why it is worth it. Of all the experiences you will have in Japan, this will be the one you remember the most, dressing in a cotton kimono (yukata) to walk down to dinner, bathing outdoors in a hot spring in the snow, extraordinary Japanese service, amazingly beautiful meals ... you're paying for an experience not just a stay. Check out the special Onsen Hot Spring Bath Guide here https:www.youtube.comwatch?v=RCjHMFkuYE8Here are the 13 places featured in this series: ☆ Sahako no yu public bath house http:www.iwakicity-park.or.jpsahako ☆ Shintsuta https:www.japanican.comenhoteldetail4119009 ☆ Hana no yu http:www.hotelhananoyu.jp ☆ Urabandai Grandeco Tokyu Hotel http:www.tokyuhotelsjapan.comenhotelTHTH_GRANDindex.html ☆ Yamagataya Ryokan http:www.tokyuhotelsjapan.comenhotelTHTH_GRANDindex.html ☆ Kawachi Ryokan http:www.kawachiya-gr.jphotel ☆ Hanakanzashi https:www.japanican.comenhoteldetail2526A04?aff=rsv ☆ Tamago yu http:www.tamagoyu.net ☆ Hotel Sansuiso http:www.sansuiso.jp ☆ Sabakoyu http:www.fckk.co.jponsen?page_id=5 ☆ Ryokan Harataki http:www.yumeguri.co.jpen ☆ Ookawaso http:www.ookawaso.co.jpen ☆ Toryukan https:travel.rakuten.comhotelJapan-Fukushima-Shimogo-Toryukan_Yunokami_Onsen17905 ☆ Iwaburo http:www.kanko-aizu.comhigaeri3116Music Credit: Backed Vibes Clean - Rollin at 5 by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https:creativecommons.orglicensesby4.0) Source: http:incompetech.commusicroyalty-freeindex.html?isrc=USUAN1400029 Artist: http:incompetech.com Sideways Samba by Audionautix is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https:creativecommons.orglicensesby4.0) Artist: http:audionautix.com ▶︎ ONLY in JAPAN on Instagram: http:instagram.comonlyinjapantv This show has been created and produced by John Daub ジョン・ドーブ. He's been living and working in Japan for over 19 years and regularly reports on TV for Japan's International Channel.
1,942 views | Jan 22, 2018
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game | How Difficult is Travelling Japan without Japanese? Travel Tips

How Difficult is Travelling Japan without Japanese? Travel Tips

Travelling Japan without Japanese might not be as tough as you think. ► LEARN more about Japan on the Podcast: http:hyperurl.conhgr30► GET inspiration for your trip: http:www.seejapan.co.uk ► VISIT the Japan National Tourism site: https:www.jnto.go.jp ► DISCOVER daily ideas for your trip: http:www.facebook.comvisitjapanuk ► SEE Japan: https:www.instagram.comvisitjapan_uk **FOLLOW THE ADVENTURE** ► Facebook: https:www.facebook.comabroadinjapan ► Twitter: https:twitter.comAbroadInJapan ► Instagram: @abroadinjapan**EQUIPMENT I USE** ► MAIN Camera: https:amzn.to2HSSdmy ► INDOOR Lens: https:amzn.to2jyPOPm ► OUTDOOR Lens: https:amzn.to2rnAt7O ► FAVOURITE Lens: https:amzn.to2jwqyJm ► BACKUP Camera: https:amzn.to2jvhILY ► STABILISED Camera: https:amzn.to2HR3ljIBusiness Enquiries: [email protected]
3,477 views | Mar 27, 2018
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game | Game Arcades Japanology Plus with Peter Barakan 2018

Game Arcades Japanology Plus with Peter Barakan 2018

When exploring the streets of Tokyo, you won’t have to go very far before running into some type of game arcade with an interior full of flashing lights and people of all ages. The ubiquitous nature of arcades isn’t just noticeable in bustling areas such as Shibuya, Shinjuku, or Akihabara—with about 5,000 locations nationwide, you’d almost have to try to not see one. As at-home game consoles and smartphones reshape the global gaming industry, brick and mortar arcades still remain popular across Japan.The Japanese gaming landscape has rapidly evolved over the last 60 years or so in order to keep up with changes in both technology and the economy. Before arcade games became popular across Japan, they were available in places where people typically socialized, making them easily accessible to all. People would stop by to blow off stress after work or school, which is still a common reason to visit arcades today. Children could play small games at dagashiya (penny candy stores), where they usually congregated to buy candy or toys for 5 to 10 yen. Additionally, due to rapid industrialization, places to play outside were becoming scarce. That made it harder to play games such as hide and go seek or “Daruma-san ga Koronda” (similar to Red Light, Green Light) with friends, so shops became the location of choice for children to spend their free time.As mentioned in the program, the industry truly started flourishing due to Tomohiro Nishikado’s creation of Space Invaders in the late 1970s. With the game’s release, the floodgates opened, and game machines invaded every inch of Japanese society. As the economy strengthened and demand grew, locations specifically for playing games became necessary. Because of this, there were 44,000 game arcades in Japan in the mid 1980s.While interest in game arcades is nowhere near as high as that 1980s peak, they still continue to thrive in Japan due to a combination of old-school nostalgia and new, innovative products that appeal to a wide range of people. In the 40 years since Space Invaders’ release, the range of game genres has expanded to include music games, dancing games, coin games, and fighting games. Some of the equipment for music games is too large to have inside one’s home, meaning a visit to the arcade is necessary to play. Other games that are hard to replicate at home are sports simulations, air hockey, or crane games.Another staple feature in many Japanese arcades is purikura, or sticker picture booths. It’s not surprising to see a large group of young friends cram themselves into a tiny photo booth and then crowd around a small screen to embellish their pictures afterward. These pictures also make for unique, commemorative souvenirs for visitors to Japan. If that’s not up your alley, some facilities offer bowling, karaoke, indoor catch and release fishing, and arcade games—all under one roof! There is even a location in Tokyo that is mainly known as an onsen, but the building has a mixture of traditional festival style games and arcade games spread throughout. Also, as seen on a previous edition of Japanology Plus, manufacturers take advantage of the newest available technology to update their offerings, leading to things like virtual reality games. Convenience is also carefully considered: customers can use their train fare cards to pay for games, and foreign currency exchange machines can be found on premises. Various additions such as these help game arcades appeal to a wide audience, not just middle-aged Japanese salarymen looking for a trip down memory lane.Overall, while it isn’t uncommon to see Japanese playing games on smartphones or handheld controllers when riding on trains or walking around the city, game arcades seem to have a special appeal here. Japan has an international reputation for its video games as well as the characters that appear in them. Some tourists travel to Japan specifically for certain arcade games, such as the people Matt Alt meets during his crane game class, and Prime Minister Shinzo Abe dressed up as a famous game character to announce the upcoming 2020 Tokyo Olympics. It will be interesting to see how an increase in international visitors will affect the Japanese arcade game scene going forward and what innovations game makers think of next. While you wait, go check out the nearest arcade for yourself!https:www3.nhk.or.jpnhkworldentvjapanologyplusprogram-20180213.html
4,689 views | Feb 20, 2018
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game | Japanese Street Food Tour in Tokyo, Japan AMAZING Street Food BEST BBQ Wagyu Beef Steak in Tokyo

Japanese Street Food Tour in Tokyo, Japan AMAZING Street Food BEST BBQ...

Check out https:ExpressVPN.comthefoodranger for 3 months free w 1 year pack and 49% OFF! Japanese Street Food in Tokyo, Japan is INSANELY delicious! We traveled here to eat, and tried a ton of Japanese Street Food, like Wagyu Beef Steak BBQ, delicious raw Japanese seafood like Oysters, and more!Today, I'm (The Food Ranger, Trevor James) taking you to some local street foods in Tokyo, Japan, starting out with some super delicious Yakitori and horse offal stew.► The BEST VPNs for China: https:www.thefoodranger.combest-vpn-for-chinaMY GEAR AND RESOURCES + MERCH ► New Camera (AWESOME 4K) : https:amzn.to2MnyBsg ► Main Lens: https:amzn.to2MjnuAr ► Great Second Lens (FOR CLOSEUPS): https:amzn.to2ntJvhG ► Favourite Telephoto: https:amzn.to2vy3lwU ► Take everywhere cam: https:amzn.to2P0b2Eb ► Action Cam (WATERPROOF) https:amzn.to2Macjec ► Audio Setup (GREAT for clear voice): https:amzn.to2MgzYJc ► Memory Card (for 4K footage): https:amzn.to2OZrOTO ► Editing Computer (SUPER FAST): https:amzn.to2M9nIuD ► Main External Hard Drive: https:amzn.to2OXr4P3 ► Main SSD Hard Drive: https:amzn.to2OZOyTS ► How I Access The Internet ANYWHERE: https:amzn.to2vv0TY3► MUSIC I USE (Great For YouTubers): http:share.epidemicsound.compf97L►BEST VPN FOR CHINA (ACCESS YOUTUBE): http:bit.lyAccessYouTubeinChina► MERCH AVAILABLE HERE: https:shop.bonfire.comthefoodrangerFirst, we are trying out some Japanese BBQ Yakitori skewers for lunch at a local market, the Ameya Yokocho. Here, you can find all sorts of delicious Japanese street food and seafood! From Sushi to fresh seafood, it's all here!After this, we found a nice local seafood stall, where you can order raw scallops on the spot! They were super juicy and plump!After the amazing raw Japanese oysters on the street, we went for a super unique Unagi entire eel bowl over rice, found at Unatoto Eel Restaurant.After this we went for a nice bowl of beef ramen in Tokyo, it was super rich and smooth!After this, we went for a classic Japanese food, the Wagyu beef BBQ Yakuniku! It was the best beef I've ever eaten! Found at Sumibi Yakiniku Nakahara.Even after eating all of these amazing street foods in Tokyo, there is so many more things to eat! You will definitely have to travel here to try them all!ABOUT THE FOOD RANGER ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- My name is Trevor James and I'm a hungry traveler and Mandarin learner that's currently living in Chengdu, Szechuan, China, eating up as much delicious .I enjoy tasting and documenting as many dishes as I can and I'm going to make videos for YOU along the way! Over the next few years, I'm going to travel around the world and document as much food as I can for you! I love delicious food! This channel will show you real Chinese food and real local food, not that stuff they serve in the Buzzfeed challenge. Thanks for watching, and please feel free to leave a comment, suggestion, or critique in the comments below!Please make sure to subscribe, it's the best way to keep my videos in your feed, and give me a thumbs up too if you liked this food video, thanks, I appreciate it! You could also share the video too if you liked it, that would be awesome.----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Facebook: https:www.facebook.comthefoodranger Twitter: https:twitter.comFoodRanger Insta: https:instagram.comthefoodrangerLove the music I use? Get a FREE month from me to you! http:share.epidemicsound.compf97LGet your Food Ranger Merch Here, TAI HAO LE Merch here: https:shop.bonfire.comTHEFOODRANGERMy Gear for shooting these street food videos: https:www.amazon.comshopthefoodra...I booked the amazing Sushi experience with Pocket Concierge: https:pocket-concierge.jpThanks so much for watching my food and travel videos!► My Food Blog: https:www.thefoodranger.com
3,743 views | May 01, 2018
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