Tokyo Channel

Movies of Tokyo’s charms

Throughout this year, the Tokyo Channel will be broadcasting unique, high-quality, original short pieces about the plethora of immersive, hands-on experiences available to tourists in Japan’s vibrant capital.
Each clip covers one specific concept of five themes: Food; Traditional Culture; Nature; Theme Parks; and Relaxation. With a total of 20 clips (four per theme) in this special series, the Tokyo Channel remains the premier source for understanding the depth of Japanese culture.

Tokyo Craft

There is an important part of Tokyo history that with which most people never come in contact with: the craftsmanship of Tokyo's traditional arts that has been passed down from master to apprentice since the Edo period (1603-1868). Join us as we journey into this rarely-seen world of fine-pattern dyeing, costumed doll-making, intricate blades-forging (without molds), and soothing construction of melodious, thirteen-stringed instruments. You’ll soon see how such craftsmanship forms a beautiful bridge between Tokyo's past and its present.

  • Tokyo Some-Komon

    Source : Bureau of Industrial and Labor Affairs

  • Edo Ishogi Ningyo

    Source : Bureau of Industrial and Labor Affairs

  • Tokyo Uchihamono

    Source : Bureau of Industrial and Labor Affairs

  • Tokyo Koto

    Source : Bureau of Industrial and Labor Affairs

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Tokyo Nature

When imagining Tokyo, most people envisage a sprawling concrete jungle bathed in of glaring neon lights. Actually, though, technology and nature coexist harmoniously in the megalopolis. There’s no shortage of places from which to admire Tokyo’s natural splendor, from the bucolic Hinohara, the metropolis’ last true “village,” to more exotic locations like the Ogasawara archipelago. Take a video journey into the greenest parts of Japan’s capital!

  • Little Adventure Diaries

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  • Activities in TAMASHIMA

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  • Tokyo's hidden islands

    Source : Ogasawara Village Tourism Bureau

  • Local Food in TAMASHIMA

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