I'm going to share some of the tips and tricks I learned from visiting both of these Japanese parks. Check them out if you're planning on going to Tokyo Disney — and if you're not already, you really should be!
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Yoyogi park the fourth biggest park in Tokyo acres). In 1964 the area was used for the Tokyo Olympics housing the main athletes village. After the Olympics it was turned into Yoyogi Park. Today the park remains a popular Tokyo destination.
Shinjuku at night. Shinjuku literally means new lodgings". In 1698 Naitō-Shinjuku had developed as a new (shin) lodgings (shuku or juku) on the Kōshū Kaidō one of the major highways of that time. Naitō was the family name of a powerful feudal load whose mansion stood in the area; his land is now a public park the Shinjuku Gyoen. #japan #travel #shinjuku #night
I was walking in a park in Odaiba and found so much more people than the last time. I thought some cool event might be going on there and looked around ending up realizing they were all playing Pokémon Go... Apparently the seaside area of Odaiba is a very popular spot for Pokémon fans because you can often encounter rare Pokémons there. Of course I joined the cloud right away and caught a Farfetch'd which can be found only in Asia. ;) #tokyo #japan #pokemongo #travel #odaiba #rainbowbridge…