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This 3-Min Video Will Leave You Dreaming of Sushi, Karaoke & Towering Skyscrapers in Tokyo

Photo & Video Credit: Lukas Backland

One of my all-time favorite movies is Lost in Translation directed by Sofia Coppola. The film takes places in Tokyo and captures it in a way that immediately makes you add it to your travel bucket list. I recently came across Lukas Backland’s three-minute video on the Japanese city and was immediately transported back to my initial excitement over the city. Backland’s snapshot of the destination is fun, intriguing and sets the stage for the kind of experience travelers can have in the city.

From sidewalk fare to stunning skyscrapers, blooming cherry blossoms, colorful markets and of course, karaoke singing, Tokyo has so many things to be captivated by. And if you’re really brave, you’ll try out some of their famously-unique delicacies like gourmet insects at the Mandarin Oriental. Otherwise, just book a room at the Grand Hyatt Tokyo (as Charlotte and Bob Harris do in the movie) and call it a day.

Nicolle Monico

Nicolle is an award-winning writer and Travel Editor using her expertise in the industry to write about luxury travel around the world. You can find her daily searching the web for the latest trends, best new hotels and most beautiful destinations to visit and share with her readers. She's been featured on The Huffington Post, Hard Assets, AMD Entertainment and Remy Martin. In 2014, she was vo...(Read More)

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