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Saturday, March 27, 2010

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Geisha Show in Edo Wonderland

This is the best Geisha show I have watched in Japan, we have a geisha that engages the audience into "live" performance , an audience is selected to act in the show together with the Geisha and introduces lots of fun and laughter. Enjoy part 1 of this show:

Part 2 ( I am involved hehehe)

Tuesday, March 16, 2010

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EDO Wonderland

Noboribetsu Date Jidaimura is a history theme park highlighting city life in the Edo Period.
This was the first time in Japan’s long history that city life and the merchant class played a vital role. At this spacious 149 km2 theme park in Noboribetsu, Hokkaido, the popular culture of Edo city life is revisited.
Step back in time to enjoy traditional games, activities, theaters, street performances and more. The charm of ancient Japan is abundant as you mingle with the Ninja and Oiran couretesans so symbolic of the Edo Period.
You’ll feel as if you’ve stepped into a movie scene as you experience Japan that has been lost forever.

Thursday, March 11, 2010

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Big Golden Pillar - Hokkaido

This Golden Pillar in Hokkaido is housed in our hotel . It is interesting and nice to view , it is suppposed to bring good luck to people watching it as well.

Monday, March 1, 2010

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Noboribetsu Helly Valley Night Trail

Jigokudani or "Hell Valley" is a spectacular, appropriately named valley just above the town of Noboribetsu Onsen, which displays hot steam vents, sulfurous streams and other volcanic activity. It is a main source of Noboribetsu's hot spring waters.

From the valley, there are attractive walking trails through the wooded hills above Noboribetsu. If you follow them for about 20 to 30 minutes, you will get to Oyunuma, a sulfurous pond with a surface temperature of 50 degrees Celsius and a smaller, even hotter, mud pond nearby.

Following is our night trail to the Oyunuma part 1 . Enjoy.

Following is our night trail to the Oyunuma part 2

Thursday, February 18, 2010

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Hokkaido - Noboribetsu (Hell Valley)

We have left Tokyo to Hokkaido and arrived in Noboribetsu. In the next couple of entries I will introduce you to the wonders of Noboribetsu, Hell Valley, Onsen , Spa etc. But for now let's look at the GOD of Hell Valley where it is known to protect the people of Noboribetsu . Enjoy the video below

Wednesday, January 20, 2010

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Tokyo Disneyland Electrical Parade: DreamLights

Tokyo Disneyland Electrical Parade: DreamLights

* Park: Tokyo Disneyland
* Japanese Name (in Kanji): 東京ディズニーランド・エレクトリカルパレード・ドリームライツ
* Japanese Name (in Romaji): Tōkyō Dizunīrando Erekutorikaru Parēdo Dorīmuraitsu
* Original Run: June 17, 2001 - Present
* Sponsor: Nihon Unisys, Ltd.


* Opening Window
o Blue Fairy
o Knights of Light
o Mickey's Dreamlights Train
* Alice in Wonderland
o Alice and Cheshire Cat
o Bee 2 Turtles
o White Rabbit
o Lady Bug
o Inchworm
o Mr. and Mrs. Snail
* Pinocchio
o Clocktower Toy
* Pooh and His Friends
o Bees
* Toy Story
o Woody's Round-up
o Buzz Lightyear
* Roger Rabbit
o Cartoot Acme
o Toontower Sun
o Acme Tnt
o Toontower Moon
* Little Einsteins
o Music Make Song Dance
* Make Mine Music
o Magic Music
* Beauty And The Beast
o Be Our Guest
o Beauty and the Beast
* Swans
* Cinderella
o Cinderella and Fairy Godmother
o Clock Tower
o At the Ball
* It's A Small World (Finale)
o Showboat
o Airship
o The Moon
o The Sun
* Sponsor's Logo

* Featuring the Voice Talents of
o Rosalyn Landor as the Blue Fairy
o Takashi Aoyagi as Mickey Mouse
o Yū Shimaka as Goofy and Roger Rabbit
o Yūko Mizutani as Minnie Mouse
o Kat Cressida as Alice
o Chris Steele as Pinocchio

See part 1 video below for movie speaks a thousand words:

Part 2


Wednesday, January 13, 2010

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Disney's Dream on Parade

In recent years, Tokyo Disneyland parades have been the gold standard by which all Disney resort parks are measured. The sheer scale and spectacle amaze millions of guests, who line the performance corridor daily. For much of TDL's two-decade history, the park has used clones of other Disney theme park parades, such as Mickey Mania and Disney Party Gras as the main 3pm performance. However, in recent years, TDL has established itself as the Magic Kingdom with the best live entertainment. Japanese guests, particularly the annual passholders are huge fans of Disney live shows and parades and used to camp out all day to secure the optimum position (this has recently been outlawed by park management and guests arriving too early are quickly asked to move on). Even specific performers have their own fan base! Enjoy the parade below:

Part 1 of the Parade:

Part 2 :

Final :

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