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JAPAN: Kansai in Ten

Published on: April 14, 2016

Last 2015, we explored Japan’s “West of the Border” for ten days. We witnessed Japan’s ancient capital, dined in the nation’s kitchen, entered a forever enduring castle, saw the largest bronze Buddha in the world, sampled a meat that melts in the mouth, experienced our first snow fall, and visited exemplary architectural pieces of Japan.

Places Visited :
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Canon T3i
Sigma 18-55 f2.8
Music – Believer by Silent Partner

Video taken: February 11-21, 2015





36 responses to “JAPAN: Kansai in Ten”

  1. Amrita says:

    I love the video. You captured everything very patiently. The places you listed would definitely be included in my trip to Japan. Thanks for sharing it.

  2. Sabrina says:

    Wow, impressive and a very professional video! Thanks for sharing.

  3. Amazing video! Your editing is really awesome. So enjoyable. Thanks for sharing xx

  4. Victoria says:

    This video is seriously amazing. If you haven’t done it already you should submit to the tourist board. Just watching this makes me want to visit. You have done a beautiful job.

    • Pennyplanes Pennyplanes says:

      Oh my, thank you! We really appreciate it. We will try your suggestion! And please do visit Japan. It’s our favorite!

  5. Kristi says:

    Great video! Love the music selection and the food in the beginning looks so delicious!

  6. maegan says:

    I would love to visit Japan! Your video just fuels the wanderlust!

  7. Great video! Love the pace of it. I love Japan and want to go back to visit some of these places!

  8. I found myself screaming while reading the list of destinations that you visited. I have wanted to visit Japan since I was a little girl and have been wondering where to spent my 30th birthday in 2019. I think Japan would be perfect and so I’ve started saving up for it and any post about Japan can help!

    • Pennyplanes Pennyplanes says:

      Great idea! We went there for our anniversary celebration and it was the best decision ever! Thank you for your wonderful comment <3

  9. Karen says:

    I love how you captured the day to day parts about Japan. Your video brought me back to my trip to Japan. I can’t wait to go back

  10. Kate says:

    You captured the people, culture and art of this region beautifully. That light show looks absolutely entrancing. I was completely sucked into this video. Wonderfully done!

  11. Dina says:

    Amazing video! I love the style of filming and it’s edited beautifully! It’s also made me crave Japanese food! 😀

    • Pennyplanes Pennyplanes says:

      Yea, I always crave for Japanese food too. I guess that’s the downside of taking a video of food…Haha! Thank you so much for the lovely comment.

  12. Maria says:

    Great video! Amazing shots 🙂

  13. neha says:

    You have elaborately captured a lot in a crips video. I really liked it. Will remember this when heading there

  14. Niki says:

    Oh I’d love to go to Kobe and try their popular meat right from the source!!

  15. Li Chuen says:

    Amazing video! Love the angles 🙂 I recently visited Tokyo and it was amazing. Definitely planning to go to the Kansai region during my next visit 🙂

    • Pennyplanes Pennyplanes says:

      I personally loved Kansai over Tokyo. Both places were good on its own, I just fell in love in Kansai more. Thanks for the comment!

  16. Beautifully put together and love the cinematic journey you showcase of Japan. I’d love to go back to Japan again!

  17. wow, you captured nicely and accordingly. How I wish I can do a video like that very impressive.

  18. Melissa says:

    What a beautiful video! I haven’t visited Japan yet, but it’s on my list and your video got me even more excited about planning a future trip. If either of you are interested in sharing your story about your international adventures on my website http://www.intentionalexpat.com please get in touch! Cheers!

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