Flight Out and Day 1 of Japan!!!

What’s up guys! This is officially the start of the Japan trip the girlfriend and I took in the beginning of October. In this video I showed our flight from Honolulu to Japan and what we ended up doing on our first official day there. I can’t tell you how much this video got me in my feels about Japan while I was creating it! Japan is just an amazing place! If you haven’t visited there yet, IT’S A MUST, or if you have already been there, then you already know why I’m in my feels lol.

Check out what we did and I can promise you that more videos from the trip are in the works and coming soon!  You can also peep the photos and read about the other things we did while in Japan.  There might not be too much photos this time, but that’s because I took a majority of video clips to sharpen my video skills even further.

I’ll also be moving travel content from the journal into it’s own section which will be labeled, “Travel”.  So look out for that!

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Japan Day 1

sphoto, sphotohi ,sphotohawaii, hawaii, japan, travel, photography, aquarium, osaka, jellyfish, modelToday we went to Kaiyukan aquarium.  We started the day early at 6am to get ready for the day and headed out to the train station.  This was our first time riding a train and the experience here in Japan was nice!  This was a really fun time at an aquarium because this one even went as far as to bring the atmosphere to the people in the aquarium, to whatever animals they were portraying.  This was a detailed aquarium and a fun one.  Even being the age that I am, 27, and having to share the aquarium with elementary school kids, I have to say that even I enjoyed everything about it.  No complains what so ever!  Along side the aquarium, there was a giant ferris wheel that you could ride for a few more yen.  Of course we bought that ticket and they even had the FREE option to choose if we wanted a “normal” cabin or a “see-through” cabin which was basically made of glass.  Of course we opted for the see-through one only because I could get some shots out of it lol.  A video or multiple video’s will accompany this trip so keep a look out for that!  I’ll just be posting photo’s during the trip so I can have time to work on and put together the final video’s.  Stay tuned for tomorrow’s adventure!

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