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Not a vlog, no intrusive faces or voices, pure Japan only. Tokyo station underground passageways are huge and connecting not only neighbor buildings, but even several neighbor stations. More over they connect two neighbor cities Chuo and Chiyoda. In this walk you can see how to pass from Higashi Ginza station to Otemachi station through Ginza, Hibiya and Tokyo stations with total distance of 3km if not counting going in wrong direction twice. Tokyo station location and walking route https://drive.google.com/open?id=1bHWnrIxF2330f-dpQCcvisLMOfk&usp=sharing Filmed in UltraHD 4K with Lumix GH4 camera and Beholder-DS1 stabilizer. Feel free to correct my English or suggest a video to film.
Alexi visits the "Tokyo" Fresh car meet at Odaiba which gets shut down by the Wangan Police, then goes to Nikko Circuit for the "Tokyo Hardcore" track day. Website: http://noriyaro.com Instagram: https://instagram.com/noriyarojapan/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/NoriyaroJapan Snapchat: noriyaro Twitch: https://www.twitch.tv/noriyarojapan
A massive underground surge tank protects Tokyo from the yearly onslaughts of typhoons and storms, many similar in force to Hurricane Sandy. Full Story: In the low-lying suburbs of Tokyo, an underground pump station protects the capital from flooding. Japan's land ministry says it is the world's current largest solution to flooding. Here is a pump station for the Tokyo Metropolitan Floodway, the end point of a 3.7 mile (6 kilometer) long network of tunnels, capable of channeling away storm waters at the rate of 5 Olympic-size swimming pools every minute. The aim is to prevent scenes like those in New York this week, when Hurricane Sandy caused widespread flooding across parts of the city. A study of several towns in Tokyo's low-lying northern suburbs before and after the water system...
Uploading older Trance Albums. Tokyo Trance Underground By DJ Tsuyoshi (Return To The Source, 2001) Progressive & Tech-Trance by Tsuyoshi Suzuki. http://nuavantgarde.blogspot.gr/ Tracklist: 01. In Essence -- Spit (Joujouka Remix) 02. Joujouka -- Let The Wave Flow (Original Mix) 03. Tom Wax Joins JamX & De Leon -- Wake Up (JamX & DeLeon Vs. Tom Wax Mix) 04. Asys -- Acid Nightmare 05. Plug 'N' Play -- Parade 2000 06. Praha -- Mojito (Part 1 A Side) 07. Talespin -- Reporting Utility 08. Thermobee & Stratosphere -- Stoned Trance (Original Mix) 09. Taiko -- Uno, Dos, Tress, Quatro (Nick Sentience Remix) 10. JC Russell -- Beatmaster 11. Mark N-R-G -- Starlight (Trancesetters Remix) 12. Electrical Lovers -- Kusou Keikaku (Joujouka Remix)
The second of the HERO4: The Adventure of Life in 4K series. New episode every Tuesday. As the sun goes down, Tokyo transforms to a wild and exotic playground for those who like to pour on the speed. As a method of expression, the custom vehicle scene thrives in Japan. You'll meet some truly unique characters and get to ride along in some of the most exotic vehicles you've ever seen. Lamborghinis, Hayabusas, RWB Porsches, and some Kaido Racers make up a feast for the eyes on the streets of Tokyo at night. Shot 100% on the HERO4® camera from http://GoPro.com. Check out the Behind the Adventure: http://goo.gl/6fIiSC Special thanks to these people for making this project happen: Yujiro Otsuki Shinichi Moroboshi Masato "Boom Man" Iimura Akira Nakai Yuu Kawasaki Junichi Takahashi Hardcore...
Underneath Tokyo’s bustling metropolis lies a maze of concrete tunnels built by Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corporation to hold telephone and Internet cables. Photo: Alexander Martin/The Wall Street Journal Subscribe to the WSJ channel here: http://bit.ly/14Q81Xy More from the Wall Street Journal: Visit WSJ.com: http://www.wsj.com Follow WSJ on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/wsjvideo Follow WSJ on Google+: https://plus.google.com/+wsj/posts Follow WSJ on Twitter: https://twitter.com/WSJvideo Follow WSJ on Instagram: http://instagram.com/wsj Follow WSJ on Pinterest: http://www.pinterest.com/wsj/
50metres under the megacity of Tokyo lies a subterranean world - 6.4km of tunnels, water tanks and massive pillars, constructed to withstand 200 tons of water per second. an An engineering marvel built to protect the ever present threat of Tokyo flooding.
What happens when you stumble across an underground parking garage? You recreate the Tokyo Drift car meet...duh. You can subscribe to my channel for new videos, builds of my BRZ, vlogs and everything else that I record and share with you. ► $50 off Ambit Wheels using “TJ_HUNT” at http://www.ambitwheels.com ►E and T Apparel: http://eandtapparel.spreadshirt.com ►Follow me on Instagram @tjhunt_ ►Follow me on WheelWell: https://www.wheelwell.com/brand/55775be1ec7accd27bbd77ff/ ►Follow me on Twitter @McTeeg Outro done Ryan Ruckuss: https://www.youtube.com/c/musclevstuner Song used: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hDBDUoIdx6s
Itasha 痛車 - Literally in Japanese translates to a car which causes pain for those who look at it. For years now, I've seen Itasha cars driving around Tokyo's bustling cities and appearing at car meets but really never understood the culture behind it. For something that is suppose to cause pain when people look at it, why on Earth would you do it? Wanting to have my answers fulfilled, I reached out to my Rare Breed Friends back in the States for help. Next thing I knew, my little idea sprawled into underground car meet with more cars than I knew what to do with! So this time on Tokyo Tuner, join me as I dive in to the Itasha car culture!! Remember to subscribe, like, share, comment, and most importantly Enjoy! Patron Page: https://www.patreon.com/TokyoTuner Email: tokyotuner.official@g...
Tokyo, metro or subway or underground: Let's go for a ride and a tour of Tokyo's fascinating and ultra modern subway (metro/underground), Japan. Vic Stefanu, email@example.com. Tokyo, is one of the 47 prefectures of Japan, and is both the capital and most populous city of Japan. The Greater Tokyo Area is the most populous metropolitan area in the world. It is the seat of the Emperor of Japan and the Japanese government.
With an estimated 9 million cyclists, Tokyo has a parking problem. Japanese engineering firm Giken Seisakusho believes the solution involves going underground. Their Eco Cycle underground bike parking is only 8.15 meters in diameter, but it can store up to 204 bicycles. The idea began with underground car parking (Eco Park) 20 years ago. They later moved into parking bicycles below ground and today the firm has 47 Eco Cycle units: 28 in Tokyo and 19 in other Japanese cities. Giken’s Tsunenobu Nozaki gave us a tour of one of their smart underground systems at Tokyo’s Hachioji Train Station that spins bikes into a parking spots as deep as 11 meters in just 13 seconds. *Special thanks to“Hachioji City Urban Development Public Corporation http://www.hachi-jtk.or.jp/ Original story: http://...
Label: Boxed – gu005cdx Series: Global Underground Series – 005 Format: 2 × CD, Compilation, Mixed Country: UK Released: 06 Nov 1997 Genre: Electronic Style: Hard House, Techno, Hard Trance, Trance Tracklist 1-01 – Dave Randall - Bombay 1-02 – Chris C - Whitewolf 1-03 – DEX - Groundswell 1-04 – The Freak & Mac Zimms - Make A Move 1-05 – KGB - Cagey Groove 1-06 – DJ Oberon - Brainwave 1-07 – Barr & Winchester - Chekin The Cuts 1-08 – Triptic - Funkhole 1-09 – Montreal Sound - Sure Of You 1-10 – KGB - Scorchio 1-11 – Shakira - Let Your Mind Get Free 1-12 – Tony De Vit - Feel My Love 1-13 – Knuckleheadz - Turn That Fucking Music Up
The full theme to Tokyo Underground song is Jounetsu by Iski:D
opening theme ng tokyo underground ganda,,,
http://www.nippon.com/en/views/b06302/ The Metropolitan Area Outer Underground Discharge Channel was completed 10 years ago and has helped reduced flood damage around the nation’s capital on more than 100 occasions. The world-class underground flood control system not only drains rainwater from low-lying areas but has a pressure adjusting tank that, with its huge columns, has been likened to a giant underground temple.