The many videos of Japan part 1
Here are the first batch of short videos I’ve taken while in Japan.
The first one is just a showcase of how busy a typical train station is in Tokyo at night.
A fast, efficient, safe, and on time train station is everything that Calgary lacks.
To be the greatest DDR drummer, this kid practices 4 hours everyday to impress the other kids at school. Or he’s just telling me that I’ll never be as good as him.
I actually have no idea what these two girls were playing but they were competing against each other. Perhaps it was some kind of bubble game that’s probably similar to Candy Crush. All I know is friendships were ruined that day.
This is the Shibuya crossing from the Starbucks across the street.
We watched the groom and bride parade around Meiji shrine. I assume you have to be loaded with cash in order to have a wedding here.
This game requires two people to have perfect hand eye coordination. One faulty move could mean these two individuals will fail to advance to the world finals of things I can never even imagine doing.
Takeshita street is like Stephen Avenue on steroids.
This truck playing J-pop is either the most brilliant idea ever or the most annoying idea ever.
Drumming session in Yoyogi Park with a surprise at the end.