Street Food in Tokyo | How to rent a kimono in Japan

How to rent a kimono in Japan! Micaela and I went to Asakusa, Tokyo. I got to wear a Japanese Furisode Kimono We also went on a tour around Asakusa on rickshaws! We also had some street food while on the rickshaw! You can rent a kimono by booking online before you go on your trip to Japan! Check out Micaela’s channel & video: https:// https:// â-€â-„â-€â-„â-€â-„ FOLLOW ME â-€â-„â-€â-„â-€â-„ INSTAGRAM ★ TWITTER ★ FACEBOOK ★ TWITCH ★ â-€â-„â-€â-„â-€â-„ ABOUT ME â-€â-„â-€â-„â-€â-„ I’m Kim Dao, an Australian Youtuber & Blogger currently living in Ja

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[4K] What to Eat and Do in Osaka, Japan (NOC Travel Guide!)

All you need to do to watch on Mobile is to go onto your mobile browser, Search for Ryan Sylvia or NOC on Google. You will be redirected to YouTube. Then, select this video and… (iOS) Click on the icon at the middle of the bottom of your browser and find for “Request Desktop Site” For Android, I believe that you will also be able to watch the video on your browser with a “Request Desktop Site” feature which is built in. Voilà! Now you can enjoy the awesome video without the need to go onto your PC/TV before the video being available on Mobile. We are back in Japan again thanks to HotelsCombined! And this time we went to Osaka! Download the HotelsCombined app here: AND — iOS — We got our Wifi Router and activities from

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