Vietnamese Girl Wandering The World is going to be taking us on a Japan walking tour from Nagoya Station to Osu Kannon, in this amazing featured video.
Here’s what Vietnamese Girl Wandering The World has to say about taking us on a Japan walking tour from Nagoya Station to Osu Kannon
In today’s Japan Walking Tour video, join me in a relaxing walk along the streets fo downtown Nagoya early in the morning.
Today I will start walking from Nagoya Station to Osu Kannon, one of the tourist spots in Nagoya that everyone wants to visit.
The video was shot at 9am, this is the time when the Japanese go to work so the streets are very crowded. You can see that the streets are a bit congested, many people wearing suits and uniforms walking on the street.
You can take the subway from Nagoya Station to Osu Kannon Station, but today I will walk so that you can enjoy the beautiful view (walk about 30 minutes).
Today I am shooting with my new GoPro, so let me know if you like 4K 60FPS video.
Let me know in the comments if you find something interesting about my trip.
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About Vietnamese Girl Wandering The World
My name is Thuong, I am a Vietnamese girl who loves to travel the world and see new things.
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