Digital Media Expert Khaled Iwamura Curates his Homeland of Tokyo
Khaled Iwamura dreamt of visiting Japan for half his life. Now, this Digital Media Expert and young entrepreneur from Mississauga, Canada of Japanese/Egyptian heritage has finally visited Tokyo and he’s ready to share his love for his homeland with the world. Follow Khaled to learn about his favorite spots of Tokyo, from the iconic Shibuya Crossing to Ueno’s famous park and zoo, and more!
Directed and hosted by Khaled Iwamura
Produced by Quickbite New
Khaled travels to the streets of Shibuya, a shopping and food district with the busiest pedestrian crosswalk in the world!
Top 5s of Shibuya
Khaled hits the streets of Asakusa, which is one of the most popular sightseeing areas that has the oldest temple in Tokyo that 30 million people visit annually!
Top 5s of Asakusa
Khaled goes to the centre of Tokyo's teen culture, fashion, gyoza and crepes!
Top 5s of Harajuku
Khaled travels to the area that is commonly referred to the large entertainment, business and shopping area around the world busiest train station.
Top 5s of Shinjuku
Khaled travels to the neighbourhood that has one of the biggest street markets in Tokyo!
Top 5s of Ueno
Khaled goes to one of the biggest and craziest festivals in Tokyo called Sanja Matsuri! Upwards of 2 million people go to this festival in Asakusa.
Top 5s of Festivals
Khaled’s inner geek comes out when he goes to an area in Tokyo dubbed “Electric Town” called Akihabara! The gaming, manga, anime and gadgets capital of the world.
Top 5s of Akihabara
The Tokyo Subway System
Khaled rides one of the most complex subway systems in the world with a daily ridership of just under 10 million in Tokyo!
Top 5s of The Tokyo Subway System
A proud resident of Mississauga, Canada from a Japanese/Egyptian heritage, Khaled Iwamura is the founder of one of the largest digital media companies in Canada, called Quickbite News. He is also a TEDx Speaker, TV host, emcee, and part-time pro wrestler. Follow Khaled Iwamura on his adventures through Instagram.
Quickbite News (QBN) is comprised of insauga.com, inbrampton.com and inhalton.com and has garnered 150 million impressions over the past year.