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Sweet Penguin in Osaka Aquarium

This adorable penguin is very easily directed!

Follow Me Around Cool Japan

Follow Abi pop during her journey in Tokyo's kawaii spots.

Okinawa Drive

A relaxing time-lapse drive through the Okinawa countryside.

Video: 1,840 km of Japan in 14 Days

From Hiroshima to Nikko and all points in between, this four-minute video covers a whole lot of ground!

Exploring Japan: Part 2

Exploring Tokyo: Harajuku, Shibuya, the Robot Restaurant and Yoyogi Park.

Eating in Japan

How many meals can you have in 16 days?

Dotonbori During the Tenjin Matsuri

Check out the cool atmosphere of Osaka's Dotonbori area during the Tenjin Matsuri.

What's Your #MyJapanStory?

The Japan National Tourism Organization (JNTO) has launched the #MyJapanStory video page, a site that brings together more than 100 videos related to Japan.

Send in Your Videos to Revisit Japan!

The Japan National Tourism Organization (JNTO) is on the lookout for video footage about all the things foreigners find appealing about Japan.

Niji-no-Matsubara in Saga

Niji-no-Matsubara is a 360-year-old pine forest along the coast of Saga Prefecture in northwestern Kyushu.

Tokyo After Dark

A brief, beautiful video about what living in Japan represents to many of us, with a heavy focus on the night.

Autumn Waterfall in Nikko

Between the huge drop and the bright leaves, it's a spectacular view!

Tenjin Festival Taiko Drums

Enjoy the various taiko drummers of Osaka's Tenjin Matsuri.

Tokyo: No Place I Would Rather Be

An 18th birthday is a great occasion for a trip to Tokyo.

Kobe Beef Experience

Enjoy the close-up sizzle of Kobe beef!

Waterfall with Autumn Colors in Nikko

Enjoy the seasonal display in Tochigi Prefecture.

Couple in Tokyo

A traveling couple discovers the various joys of the big city.

Japanese Cuisine in Fukuoka

Sample some traditional Japanese cuisine in a Fukuoka restaurant.

¥100 Makeup Challenge

What can you do with nothing but makeup from the ¥100 shop?

Exploring Japan: Part 1

I’m not sure if it’s the history, the food, the pop culture, or the fact that Nintendo helped raise me, but for whatever reason, Japan has captured my heart and imagination for as long as I can remember.

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