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RAYETRAVELS | 8D7N TOKYO TRIP MAY 2015 – DAY 4 (PART 2)

Here’s the latest update of my travelogue to chase away the Monday blues~

Romancecar – from Hakone to Shinjuku

Continuing from where I had left off, we had reached Hakone-yumoto station and treated ourselves to an upgrade – we boarded the Romancecar back to Shinjuku, as compared to the normal express train that we had taken the day before. 604 more words

RAYETRAVELS | 8D7N TOKYO TRIP MAY 2015 – DAY 3 (PART 1)

Hello to all the new readers here! I’ve been looking at the stats page, and feel very proud to see that this little blog of mine have attracted many new readers, be it from forums on hardwarezone or on twitter (Twitter handle – @raygondra, follow me pretty please with a cherry on top, thanks~). 1,007 more words

RAYETRAVELS | 8D7N TOKYO TRIP MAY 2015 – DAY 2 (PART 2)

Let’s see.. continuing where I had left off, we just left Meiji Shrine for Shinjuku.

Here’s a list of my previous Japan entries:

Adam Magyar's ~ Stainless ~ Shinjuku

Living in Tokyo or for that matter of fact in any Metropolitan city, one gets lost in the fast pace of life. Adam Magyar’s high-speed video recording, as he rolls into Shinjuku station is an awesome take on the worlds busiest transport hub, used by an average of 3.64 million commuters per day ! 12 more words

Places

The Tokyo Underground: The Still & The Moving (experiment 1)

These past few days I’ve been out on-site (The Tokyo Underground) filming mainly around the Shinjuku area on underground and overground trains. Also, I’ve been using archive footage I took earlier this year, hence passengers in coats, hats and scarves attire. 282 more words

Tokyo

The Promise of a New Season

Election season. Female voices drift in through my morning windows, from loudspeakers attached to vans, crawling the city night and day, gently imploring its citizens to lend their votes. 608 more words

Japan

Public reacts in horror as poster in Shinjuku Station threatens even more exits

“East exit, West exit, South exit, new South exit…The number of exits is the number of possibilities.”

They might seem like uplifting words at first glance, but panic erupted in Tokyo this week as the above poster was hung in… 424 more words

Japan