Tokyo Vitamin - This Documentary Series Is A Raw, Pure, And Honest Look Into Japan’s Youth Culture

If you watch videos about Tokyo, they’re usually these slow, perfectly captured high-definition moments of Japan‘s tourism spots, accompanied by smooth music and quiet beats. Asakusa. And sushi restaurants. And…
Tokyo Vitamin

This Documentary Series Is A Raw, Pure, And Honest Look Into Japan’s Youth Culture

If you watch videos about Tokyo, they’re usually these slow, perfectly captured high-definition moments of Japan‘s tourism spots, accompanied by smooth music and quiet beats. Asakusa. And sushi restaurants. And Mount Fuji somewhere in the background. Sure, I like those videos, too. But let’s be honest: If you go to Tokyo, you want to breathe, experience, and live the real city.

The guys over at Tokyo Vitamin just started their very own series about their enormous hometown. It’s raw, and pure, and honest. “We’ve recently put together the first episode of a documentary style series featuring the city, people, and nightlife with a focus on the artist scene of Tokyo,“ they wrote us. “Some friends, including Yuka Mizuhara, Qrion, King MCK, etc made cameos for us.”

I love the video, watching it just feels like you were a part of the action. There’s only one episode up yet, but if you want to see more, just subscribe to Tokyo Vitamin’s YouTube channel right here, or follow their very own radio show on SoundCloud. If you love Tokyo, or just want to see something different once in a while, don’t hesitate to watch and listen to their stuff!

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