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Experience Tokyo from Home with these Live Streams

These are strange times. 

The Tokyo Olympics are postponed to 2021. Popular nightclubs, bars, karaoke chains, and department stores are closed. It is safe to say that the Coronavirus Pandemic has ruined everyone’s Tokyo travel plans. 

But even though it may be practically impossible to travel to Japan, it doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy a few of Tokyo’s sights and sounds from home. 

We have compiled a cool collection of live streams from Tokyo that you can view in the safety of your living room. 

Tokyo Rainbow Bridge

This famous bridge stretched across Tokyo Bay is renowned for its rainbow illuminations at night. Often featured in Japanese films, anime, and TV shows, Rainbow bridge is a famous sight in Tokyo that you can view with the below live stream.

Shibuya Crossing

This iconic intersection in Shibuya is famous for being the busiest crossing in the world. It is a trip to see how empty this intersection is now with the “State of Emergency” in effect. Watch the live stream below as this may be the only time you will see this crossing as empty as it is now. 

Tokyo Tower

Tokyo Tower is one of our recommended date spots in our Top Dating Spots article. See why with this moving live stream, especially cool at night. 

Asakusa – Sensoji

Countless travelers visit Tokyo for the opportunity to gaze upon the city’s historic temples. Check out one of the most famous examples with the below live footage. The night view is outstanding. 

 Odaiba Bay

This fantastic view of the Tokyo Bay from Odaiba is a must-see live stream. Catch a glimpse of Tokyo Tower and the Rainbow bridge. 

Being forced to cancel travel plans to Tokyo is a real bummer, but hopefully, with these live streams, we were able to bring a little bit of that Japanese spirit into your home. Stay safe, Nightowls!

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