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1. 4. MIYAJIMA

  • Published: 2015-03-23T11:47:04+00:00
  • Duration: 121
  • By Jay Bowler
4. MIYAJIMA

In April 2014, I ventured to Japan with my close friends after a year of planning. Armed with maps, cash, rail pass and a small little HDV handycam, I recorded a lot of footage just to remember the journey. Little did I know that nearly one year later, after shifting through the footage and getting all nostalgic, I realised that my often shaky camerawork could be put to some use. In Episode 4, we left Hiroshima and hopped aboard the JR Ferry to Miyajima. We only stayed there for a short while, but what we saw was beautiful. Shrines, peace and deers galore. I miss this place. If only I could return again tomorrow. Music: Feeder - Forget About Tomorrow (Instrumental)


2. The Land of the Rising Sun

  • Published: 2014-10-30T22:55:14+00:00
  • Duration: 440
  • By Alexander Chin
The Land of the Rising Sun

Sit back, dim the lights, set at high quality,make a cup of green tea and enjoy watching my three week adventure in Japan summarised into several minutes. Locations in order: 1. Osaka Castle 2. Himeji Castle 3. Roppongi Hills 4. Tokyo Tower 5. Shinjuku Station (Near Bic Camera) 6. Akihabara - Electric City 7. Akihabara - Electric City 8. Asakusa 9. Lake Kawaguchiko (Day/Night) 10. Hiroshima 11. Kinkakuji 12. Kyoto Station 13. Osaka Aquarium 14. Tempozan Ferris Wheel (Near Osaka Aquarium) 15. Mount Fuji - Station 8.5 (3450m) 16. Miyajima 17. Mount Misen (Miyajima) 18. Miyajima - Boat Festival 19. Shibuya Crossing 20. Harajuku 21. Dotonbori 22. Umeda Sky Deck 23. Mount Fuji - Station 6 (Cloud Factory) 24. Osaka TriggerTrap: Set to take a photo every 3 to 10 seconds depending on setting. Lightroom: Batch editing of photos LRTimelapse: Average out the exposure in the batches of photos to reduce flicker Adobe Premiere CS6: Edit video, add effects, create playback video. Music: 'The Slow Wait' by 'The American Dollar' facebook.com/theamericandollar Download a free compilation of 9 of their best tracks here: tinyurl.com/freeAMD 119 Song Discography in Any Format just $20 @ bit.ly/XiwDFs


3. The Mynabirds - Body of Work 7" - Origami

  • Published: 2012-11-12T20:45:33+00:00
  • Duration: 81
  • By Saddle Creek
The Mynabirds - Body of Work 7

"Body of Work" is the new single from The Mynabirds' GENERALS and includes B-side "In the Mouths of Wolves", a non-album track from the GENERALS sessions. Limited edition of 1000 pressed on random color vinyl. 4-panel fold-out jacket can be folded into an origami wild horse! ORDER HERE: http://saddle-creek.com/store/553 In Stores 11/19/12 Origami pattern and folding by Noboru Miyajima. You can fold your cover into a wild horse with the PDF instructions found on his website: www.h5.dion.ne.jp/~origami/e/horse.html Origami pattern used with artist's permission, copyright Noboru Miyajima 2003. All rights reserved.


4. Japanese Short Film “NISHIKAN” English subtitles edition

Japanese Short Film “NISHIKAN” English subtitles edition

Do you have a place you can call home? Do you have a place that warms your heart? A man who could not find purpose, and a man who neglected his daughter. A daughter who left home, and lost her way in life. In a tiny rural town in Japan, there was a warm encounter. Long-held misgivings between father and child dispelled. The story of precious relationships regained and hearts healed. The short story, “Nishikan.” Here you will find the true heart of Japan. Produced by City Of Niigata Nishikan Ward Office city.niigata.lg.jp/nishikan/ Musashino Art University kisode.com Production DRAWING AND MANUAL drawingandmanual.jp ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Director : Tomohiro Shiiya Yume Tsukakoshi Sai Ito Original Story : Ai Kanegae Screenplay : Koji Karatsu Seiichi Hishikawa Starring : Ryota Kuwahara Takezumi Nishimura Ruko Kazuki Ishikawa Keisuke Matsubara Akira Miyakawa Sachie Miyajima Sohei Ogura Kazuo Abe Kinichiro Eiduka Hatsumi Adachi Shizue Mochida Tomohiro Bando Takaaki Bando Special Thanks Maki High School Drama Club Extra : Katsuzo Ishizoe Ryoko Ishizoe Michiko Saito Miwa Kamimura Hiroshi Murai Koichi Goto Hideo Yoshida Masafumi Hanyu Sumii Yoshida Kikui Takeuchi Haruichi Kubota Producer : Kazuo Abe Makoto Fujii Katsuhito Ishizuka Miyuki Sawaguri Akira Miyakawa Takuya Watanabe Katsuyuki Kubota Takeshi Ishikawa Kazuki Hoshino Excutive Producer : Seiichi Hishikawa Line Producer : Yui Suzuki Takamasa Katsura Assistant Director : Nene Sumiyoshi Momoka Kurajyo Cinematographer : Kazuo Tsujimoto Takumi Gunji Mio Fukuda CHEN PENG Live Recording : Takashi Hisamichi Recording Assistant : Ryunosuke Sasamoto Nahoko Akiyama Scripter : Namiko Osanai English Subtitles : Mizue Kawamura Thomas Suzuki-Rowe Production Manager : Jyunichi Ichi Takashi Ueno Masaki Miyamoto Masahito Sakaguchi Takahiro Itabashi Makeup & Styling : Madoka Takeda Fumiko Nakahara Mai Sakamoto Natsuki Koizumi Logo Design : Hiroki Kawabe Trailer Director : Takeru Shibuya Seiichi Hishikawa PR : Michiru Muraki (Drill Inc.) Casting : Reina Washino (Baum and kuchen) Car Coordination : Takanori Muto Shouri Hoshi (Wandervogel) Music : Shinya Kiyokawa Recording Engineer : Mikihiko Ishibashi Yukinari Matsumoto (HEACON STUDIO) Soundtrack : Title Music The Wisely Brothers “Yaoya" album [seaside81] ©2016 LASTRUM Music Entertainment Inc. thewiselybrothers.tumblr.com Nabowa "collage" "thank you!" album [Nabowa] ©2010 magie/bud music inc./AWDR/LR2/BounDEE, Inc. “Ruderadio" album [DUO] “Suiyoubi-no-umbrella" "You and I" album [Nabowa 4] nabowa.com Kanami Tazoe “Matane-no-Yakusoku" album [ON] tazoekanami.com Shinya Kiyokawa "Handkerchief" Ending Theme Song Minami Honobe “itsumademo" Music Collaboration : kenbow Takuma Kawagoe Risa Satohara Hiroyuki Himeno Filming In Cooperation With : KakashiIwamuyoya Hamamatsuya Takarayama Brewery Iwamuro Confectionery Bougainvillea Shugetsu Temple Maki High School Iwamuro Hot Spring Tourism Association Maki Tourism Association Kakudahama Tourism Association MILL Musashino Art University Special Thanks : Shingo Miyajima Noritaka Moriguchi Keiko iino Ai Natori Tatsuniwa Doi Dairo-kai Nishikan Wara Art Westival ALL Crew Musashino Art University Science of Design Dedicated To Erika Tsukakoshi


5. SLUSH ASIA 2015 “360° DOME MOVIE / Installation / VI”

  • Published: 2015-05-22T10:11:10+00:00
  • Duration: 139
  • By WOW inc
SLUSH ASIA 2015 “360° DOME MOVIE / Installation / VI”

About the Work The images projected on the domes condensed participants’ energies into irregularly altering, and explosively enlarging, circles, bands, spheres, waves, surfaces, and textures. The installation exhibited at the entrance of the venue, using 12 laser projectors, served to elate participants’ moods and set the stage as an entrance to the extraordinary space. About SLUSH ASIA The international startup event, SLUSH ASIA was held in April of 2015 at waterfront area Aomi in Tokyo. Guest speakers from over 10 different countries and regions, and 50 startup companies from over 22countries and regions gathered for this event. There were about 3,000 participants in total, including, 97 investors, largely international student volunteers, and journalists. The venue was constructed with five semispherical geodesical domes called the “White Rock.” 作品について ドームに投影した360°映像では、会場に集まる人々のエネルギーを円、帯、球、光、波、面、質感が不定形に次々と変化しながら凝縮されてゆき、爆発的に拡散していく様で表現。会場入口で展示したレーザープロジェクター12台を使用したインスタレーションは、来場者の高揚感を高めるとともに非日常空間への入り口として演出した。 SLUSH ASIAについて 2015年4月に東京・臨海地区青海で開催された世界的なスタートアップイベントSLUSH ASIA。当日は、世界10の国と地域からゲストスピーカーが集まり、22の国と地域から50組のスタートアップが集結。97名の投資家や国内外の学生を中心としたボランティア、ジャーナリスト等を含む約3000名が参加。会場は「ホワイトロック」と名付けられた半円球のジオデシック・ドーム5基等によって構築された。 SLUSH ASIA OFFICIAL WEB SITE ▶ http://asia.slush.org/ Creative Director: Kosuke Oho (WOW) Director: Shigeru Makino(WOW) Shigetaka Makabe (WOW) Tatsuki Kondo (WOW) Designers: Hiroshi Ouchi (WOW) Kazunori Kojima (WOW) Tsutomu Miyajima (WOW) Music Composer: Masato Hatanaka Tomohiro Nagasaki (WOW) Music Producer: Takafumi Tamura Movie Producer: Shinichi Saeki (WOW)


6. Natsu yasumi / Les vacances d'été

  • Published: 2016-08-21T01:42:27+00:00
  • Duration: 281
  • By Remigrec
Natsu yasumi / Les vacances d'été

5 days around Ishikawa ken. Day 1 - Kanazawa - Kenrokuen Koen - Shirayama shrine - Shiniwama Onsen Day 2 - Hakusan (hike) Day 3 - Shiniwama Onsen - (forbidden) road ti Shirakawago - Saganuma - Oyabe - Miyajima Onsen Day 4 - Miyajima Onsen - Hakui - Keta Taisha - Myojiji - Ganmon - Noto Kongo - Minatsuki Day 5 - Minatsuki - Wajima - Semmaida


7. Japanese Short Film NISHIKAN English Trailer

Japanese Short Film NISHIKAN English Trailer

Do you have a place you can call home? Do you have a place that warms your heart? A man who could not find purpose, and a man who neglected his daughter. A daughter who left home, and lost her way in life. In a tiny rural town in Japan, there was a warm encounter. Long-held misgivings between father and child dispelled. The story of precious relationships regained and hearts healed. The short story, “Nishikan.” Here you will find the true heart of Japan. Produced by City Of Niigata Nishikan Ward Office city.niigata.lg.jp/nishikan/ Musashino Art University kisode.com Production DRAWING AND MANUAL drawingandmanual.jp ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Director : Tomohiro Shiiya Yume Tsukakoshi Sai Ito Original Story : Ai Kanegae Screenplay : Koji Karatsu Seiichi Hishikawa Starring : Ryota Kuwahara Takezumi Nishimura Ruko Kazuki Ishikawa Keisuke Matsubara Akira Miyakawa Sachie Miyajima Sohei Ogura Kazuo Abe Kinichiro Eiduka Hatsumi Adachi Shizue Mochida Tomohiro Bando Takaaki Bando Special Thanks Maki High School Drama Club Extra : Katsuzo Ishizoe Ryoko Ishizoe Michiko Saito Miwa Kamimura Hiroshi Murai Koichi Goto Hideo Yoshida Masafumi Hanyu Sumii Yoshida Kikui Takeuchi Haruichi Kubota Producer : Kazuo Abe Makoto Fujii Katsuhito Ishizuka Miyuki Sawaguri Akira Miyakawa Takuya Watanabe Katsuyuki Kubota Takeshi Ishikawa Kazuki Hoshino Excutive Producer : Seiichi Hishikawa Line Producer : Yui Suzuki Takamasa Katsura Assistant Director : Nene Sumiyoshi Momoka Kurajyo Cinematographer : Kazuo Tsujimoto Takumi Gunji Mio Fukuda CHEN PENG Live Recording : Takashi Hisamichi Recording Assistant : Ryunosuke Sasamoto Nahoko Akiyama Scripter : Namiko Osanai Production Manager : Jyunichi Ichi Takashi Ueno Masaki Miyamoto Masahito Sakaguchi Takahiro Itabashi Makeup & Styling : Madoka Takeda Fumiko Nakahara Mai Sakamoto Natsuki Koizumi Logo Design : Hiroki Kawabe Trailer Director : Takeru Shibuya Seiichi Hishikawa PR : Michiru Muraki (Drill Inc.) Casting : Reina Washino (Baum and kuchen) Car Coordination : Takanori Muto Shouri Hoshi (Wandervogel) Music : Shinya Kiyokawa Recording Engineer : Mikihiko Ishibashi Yukinari Matsumoto (HEACON STUDIO) Soundtrack : Title Music The Wisely Brothers “Yaoya" album [seaside81] ©2016 LASTRUM Music Entertainment Inc. thewiselybrothers.tumblr.com Nabowa "collage" "thank you!" album [Nabowa] ©2010 magie/bud music inc./AWDR/LR2/BounDEE, Inc. “Ruderadio" album [DUO] “Suiyoubi-no-umbrella" "You and I" album [Nabowa 4] nabowa.com Kanami Tazoe “Matane-no-Yakusoku" album [ON] tazoekanami.com Shinya Kiyokawa "Handkerchief" Ending Theme Song Minami Honobe “itsumademo" Music Collaboration : kenbow Takuma Kawagoe Risa Satohara Hiroyuki Himeno Filming In Cooperation With : KakashiIwamuyoya Hamamatsuya Takarayama Brewery Iwamuro Confectionery Bougainvillea Shugetsu Temple Maki High School Iwamuro Hot Spring Tourism Association Maki Tourism Association Kakudahama Tourism Association MILL Musashino Art University Special Thanks : Shingo Miyajima Noritaka Moriguchi Keiko iino Ai Natori Mizue Kawamura Tatsuniwa Doi Dairo-kai Nishikan Wara Art Westival ALL Crew Musashino Art University Science of Design Dedicated To Erika Tsukakoshi


8. Tsurutaro Kataoka Exhibition “SHIKISAIKA -Flowres of the four seasons-”

  • Published: 2015-11-30T03:28:07+00:00
  • Duration: 198
  • By WOW inc
Tsurutaro Kataoka Exhibition “SHIKISAIKA -Flowres of the four seasons-”

About the Work Using the 4 seasons as a motif, we created a space using a production of images and music. Within the autumn space we expressed an atmosphere where you can feel the presence of the autumn night. In order to do this, we used images of swaying pampas grass on sliding paper doors and created music that contained the sounds of wind and the voices of insects. The image of the swaying pampas grass was projected onto the sliding doors using the Panasonic single focus projector. Within the spring space, 3 Panasonic Space Players operated together and projected a sprinkling of dots in the spaces between paintings. The fluff from the dandelions that fly out of the pictures flowed throughout the space, and you could feel a gentle story that connects between the pictures. Within the summer space, we created images where you could feel a day in the summer, making use of motifs such as sunlight filtered through trees, goldfish, evening showers, an evening landscape, the light of fireflies, and fireworks. The space player shining on the lined up glass containers combined with the projector shining on the floor to produce the images. The main works are the 4 seasons hanging scrolls that reach up to a height of 3 meters. An image was projected onto the scrolls themselves, and the pictures moved as if they had come to life. This was a piece that drew out the fascination of each of the 4 seasons to the greatest possible extent. In the first half of the image you observe each motif of spring, summer, fall, and winter as they pass by, and the latter half built up dynamically to the changing of these 4 seasons. Lastly in the space of the camellia flower, a symbol of winter, the piece that inspired Tsurutaro Kataoka to start painting (ANOHINOTSUBAKI-literally translated to Camellia of that Day) was recreated and expressed in a continuous drawing. The silhouette of the camellia that shouldn't be there sways calmly, and in that background the blot patterns (drawn continuously by Tsurutaro Kataoka) of fleeting beauty appear one after another. About the exhibition In September 2015, the Panasonic Shiodome Museum hosted the Panasonic space production exhibit of “SHIKISAIKA-Flowers of the four seasons,” managed by Wow Inc. Using the latest Panasonic image devices (such as 5 Projectors, 10 Space Players) the entire room became a production through images and music. 作品について 片岡鶴太郎氏と、パナソニック汐留ミュージアムのための空間演出。 四季を巡るように作品鑑賞ができる空間を目指した。 ・秋の空間 夜の気配と空気感を演出するため、障子越しにススキの揺らぐ映像を投影し、風の音や虫の声を取り入れた音で空間を満たした。 ・春の空間 PanasonicのSpace Player3台を連動させ、絵と絵を繋ぐ緩やかなストーリーを描いた。絵から飛び出したタンポポの綿毛が、蝶々とともに舞いながら、体験者を夏の空間へと誘う。 ・夏の空間 ある夏の一日をイメージした映像を制作。Space Player2台、高輝度プロジェクター2台を同期させ、器を並べた什器と床面に投影した。縁日の金魚や、夕立、蛍、花火といったモチーフが登場する。 ・四季彩花 本展のために描かれた4点の連作《四季彩花》へのプロジェクションマッピング。作品の中に描かれた舞い散る桜や紅葉といったモチーフを、時の流れを感じさせるダイナミックなモーショングラフィックスで表現した。 椿の空間:鶴太郎氏が、絵を描くきっかけとなった「あの日の椿」をイメージした作品。花器の背後に、あるはずのない椿のシルエットが揺れ、美しいにじみ模様が延々と咲き乱れる。 展示について 2015年9月17日から約1ヶ月間、パナソニック汐留ミュージアムにて開催された、パナソニックの空間演出ソリューション特別展「片岡鶴太郎 四季彩花」 片岡鶴太郎氏の作品約70点を、日本の四季をテーマにした空間へ配し、映像投影と音楽による演出を行った。 Panasonic全面協力のもと、最新の映像機器や照明を駆使した制作が行われた。 Staff Director : Hiroshi Ouchi Designer : Tsutomu Miyajima, Tatsuki Kondo Music : Tomohiro Nagasaki Producer : Shinichi Saeki


9. Japan 2009

  • Published: 2009-10-25T21:56:33+00:00
  • Duration: 210
  • By peppered
Japan 2009

A series of short clips from our holiday in Tokyo and Kyoto. I didn't take much video, but here's the highlights: 1. Fish in a fancy garden somewhere in Tokyo 2. Woman selling cookies at a market in Asakusa 3. Asakusa Temple 4. Tom talking at Asakusa market 5. Tom cocking around 6. The famous crossing at Shibuya 7. Inside Starbucks at Shibuya, looking at the famous crossing 8. Asimo 9. Nice garden in Shinjuku 10. Loading up eggs at Hakone. They turn black. 11. More of the egg pit 12. Traditional Japanese wedding 13. The bullet train to Kyoto 14. Monkeys 15. More monkeys in Kyoto 16. Real Geisha crossing the street 17. Kyoto taxi ride 18. A deer eating some delicious paper 19. Cable car on Miyajima Island 20. Bamboo forest in Kyoto Shot on an Olympus E-P1. Music is 'Possibility' by Lykke Li.


10. Periodistas Viajeros y Assist Card en Miyajima, Japón 2014. Darle la vuelta al mundo

Periodistas Viajeros y Assist Card en Miyajima, Japón 2014. Darle la vuelta al mundo

El video fue filmado en la Isla de Miyajima, uno de los lugares más fotografiados y visitados de todo Japón. Es una isla-santuario cuyo ícono es el Tori Naranja que se ve en la foto. Durante la suba de la marea pareciera que flota en el agua. Cuando baja la marea uno puede acercarse hasta sus columnas. Queda al Oeste de Japón, a unas 4 horas de Kyoto y se llega en tren y ferry. ¡Gracias Assist Card por acompañarnos en Japón!


11. 【4/5】The road of SARASVATI 【SARASVATIS IN JAPAN Series】

【4/5】The road of SARASVATI 【SARASVATIS IN JAPAN Series】

into the japanese deep forest presents 【SARASVATIS IN JAPAN Series】 The road of SARASVATI 5 series 弁財天様への道 全5回 1.sefuri mountain 脊振山 https://vimeo.com/144237986 2.miyajima 宮島 https://vimeo.com/144238470 3.tenkawamura .天川村 https://vimeo.com/144257595 4.chikubujima 竹生島 https://vimeo.com/144274311 5.Extra story 番外編 https://vimeo.com/144328945 【説明】 2015年10月04日から10日まで行った弁財天様へのご挨拶の旅記録。 1年に一回行うこの旅、今回は山の上の奥宮にいくことをテーマに登ってきました。


12. Japan

  • Published: 2017-03-14T17:36:19+00:00
  • Duration: 243
  • By Alice Tebaldi
Japan

A winter journey in Japan: a country rich of traditions, delicious food and loving people. Here, in order of appearance: Tokyo, Kamakura, Tokyo, Nikko, Kanazawa, the beautiful island of Miyajima, Hiroshima, Himeji castle, Kyoto, Nara and Kyoto again. Videos shot with a Canon 70D and lenses: Canon EF-S 10-22mm f/3.5-4.5, Canon EF-S 24mm f/2.8, Canon 50mm f/1.4 USM and Canon EF-S 55-250mm f/4-5.6. Few are also shot with iPhone7. Thanks for watching!


13. Japan 6/10: Miyajima - Hiroshima - Kumamoto - Kagoshima

  • Published: 2014-02-16T12:00:57+00:00
  • Duration: 1659
  • By floatingworlds
Japan 6/10: Miyajima - Hiroshima - Kumamoto - Kagoshima

5 weeks in Japan, summer, 2013 Part 1 (Barcelona/Hamburg - Dubai - Osaka): https://vimeo.com/86201186 Part 2 (Kyoto): https://vimeo.com/86208173 Part 3 (Nara - Hikone): https://vimeo.com/86223873 Part 4 (Mount Fuji): https://vimeo.com/86816463 Part 5 (Tokyo): https://vimeo.com/86228313 Part 6 (Miyajima - Hiroshima - Kumamoto - Kagoshima): https://vimeo.com/86819234 Part 7 (Yakushima): https://vimeo.com/86822903 Part 8 (Okayama - Himeji): https://vimeo.com/86829412 Part 9 (Koya-san): https://vimeo.com/86258958 Part 10 (Osaka - Going Home): https://vimeo.com/86836817


14. Japan 4/10: Mount Fuji

  • Published: 2014-02-16T10:21:45+00:00
  • Duration: 698
  • By floatingworlds
Japan 4/10: Mount Fuji

5 weeks in Japan, summer, 2013 Part 1 (Barcelona/Hamburg - Dubai - Osaka): https://vimeo.com/86201186 Part 2 (Kyoto): https://vimeo.com/86208173 Part 3 (Nara - Hikone): https://vimeo.com/86223873 Part 4 (Mount Fuji): https://vimeo.com/86816463 Part 5 (Tokyo): https://vimeo.com/86228313 Part 6 (Miyajima - Hiroshima - Kumamoto - Kagoshima): https://vimeo.com/86819234 Part 7 (Yakushima): https://vimeo.com/86822903 Part 8 (Okayama - Himeji): https://vimeo.com/86829412 Part 9 (Koya-san): https://vimeo.com/86258958 Part 10 (Osaka - Going Home): https://vimeo.com/86836817


15. 【1/5】The road of SARASVATI 【SARASVATIS IN JAPAN Series】

【1/5】The road of SARASVATI 【SARASVATIS IN JAPAN Series】

into the japanese deep forest presents 【SARASVATIS IN JAPAN Series】 The road of SARASVATI 5 series 弁財天様への道 全5回 1.sefuri mountain 脊振山 https://vimeo.com/144237986 2.miyajima 宮島 https://vimeo.com/144238470 3.tenkawamura .天川村 https://vimeo.com/144257595 4.chikubujima 竹生島 https://vimeo.com/144274311 5.Extra story 番外編 https://vimeo.com/144328945 【説明】 2015年10月04日から10日まで行った弁財天様へのご挨拶の旅記録。 1年に一回行うこの旅、今回は山の上の奥宮にいくことをテーマに登ってきました。


16. 【5/5】The road of SARASVATI Extra story 【SARASVATIS IN JAPAN Series】

【5/5】The road of SARASVATI  Extra story 【SARASVATIS IN JAPAN Series】

into the japanese deep forest presents 【SARASVATIS IN JAPAN Series】 The road of SARASVATI 5 series 弁財天様への道 全5回 1.sefuri mountain 脊振山 https://vimeo.com/144237986 2.miyajima 宮島 https://vimeo.com/144238470 3.tenkawamura .天川村 https://vimeo.com/144257595 4.chikubujima 竹生島 https://vimeo.com/144274311 5.Extra story 番外編 https://vimeo.com/144328945 【説明】 2015年10月04日から10日まで行った弁財天様へのご挨拶の旅記録。 1年に一回行うこの旅、今回は山の上の奥宮にいくことをテーマに登ってきました。


17. Semester at Sea 2015

Semester at Sea 2015

4 months on the MV Explorer: Tokyo, Japan Miyajima Island, Japan Hiroshima, Japan Kyoto, Japan Osaka, Japan Kobe, Japan Shanghai, China Beijing, China Hong Kong, Hong Kong Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam Hanoi, Vietnam Ha Long Bay, Vietnam Singapore, Singapore Yangon, Myanmar Bagan, Myanmar Delhi, India Varanasi, India Agra, India Port Louis, Mauritius Cape Town, South Africa Kruger National Park, South Africa Walvis Bay, Namibia Swakopmund, Namibia Casablanca, Morocco Marrakech, Morocco Sahara Desert, Morocco


18. Japan 7/10: Yakushima

  • Published: 2014-02-16T13:54:32+00:00
  • Duration: 1363
  • By floatingworlds
Japan 7/10: Yakushima

5 weeks in Japan, summer, 2013 Part 1 (Barcelona/Hamburg - Dubai - Osaka): https://vimeo.com/86201186 Part 2 (Kyoto): https://vimeo.com/86208173 Part 3 (Nara - Hikone): https://vimeo.com/86223873 Part 4 (Mount Fuji): https://vimeo.com/86816463 Part 5 (Tokyo): https://vimeo.com/86228313 Part 6 (Miyajima - Hiroshima - Kumamoto - Kagoshima): https://vimeo.com/86819234 Part 7 (Yakushima): https://vimeo.com/86822903 Part 8 (Okayama - Himeji): https://vimeo.com/86829412 Part 9 (Koya-san): https://vimeo.com/86258958 Part 10 (Osaka - Going Home): https://vimeo.com/86836817


19. JapanVideoDiary

  • Published: 2013-04-29T02:42:29+00:00
  • Duration: 350
  • By Ella Sarol
JapanVideoDiary

From April 13-27, 2013 I went to Osaka Japan on my school's exchange student program! I've been dreaming of going on this program for 6 years since I was in Grade 4 and I'm so happy that I finally got to be apart of it. I stayed with a wonderful host family and I've made many new friends along the way. We went to Kyoto, Hiroshima, Miyajima, Kamagasaki and Universal Studios Japan (USJ). We also learned about tea ceremony, Kyogen, ikebana, calligraphy and how to play the Koto (a Japanese instrument)! It was so much fun and I'll never forget it!


20. Winter in Japan

  • Published: 2017-03-30T07:53:02+00:00
  • Duration: 179
  • By Chris Ong Tone
Winter in Japan

Visit our blog on our adventures Down Under at: happywifeaussielife.wordpress.com/ Location: Tokyo, Nagano, Kyoto, Miyajima, Japan Shot with: GoPro Hero 4 Silver Edited with: GoPro Studio Version 2.5.9 Music by: Vampire Weekend - White Sky