JAPAN: On the Road

created by Coeur de Saigon & Duy Dang

The video dedicates to the wonderful transportation system of Japan. It gives you different points of view, whole new experience.

From the sky to the road, Shinkansen to boat promenade, on the cable to where we stand on 2 feet, Japan always have beautiful things to be looked at, to be contemplated.

On the flight, I saw the rising sun shining its light onto the clouds making them pink.

On the road to Mt. Fuji, Japan gave me chills by its endless tree lines coated in autumnal air.

The cable to Owakudani valley gave me a different perspectives on the red-on-yellow woods.

The promenade on Ashi lake, Hakone gave me a wide mountainous view, background by a tender waterscape.

And when I stood in Kyoto to enjoy a Kimono runway, I was in awed.

Japan know how to leave me frozen. Every minute I watch this video of the roads I have taken in Japan, every single details come back to me.

Create your journey! Venture into deep mountain, float on a flat sea. No matter what you do. Venture on!

Music: Sakura Nagashi – Utada Hikaru (all copy rights goes to EMI Music Japan Inc.) used for non-commercial use only

13 Thoughts

  1. Hi, I really like your photos and video. What’s the kind of camera you used to take these photos? I think it’s a dslr but I’m not sure because the photos have film colours.

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    1. I have a 600D too but my photos aren’t as gorgeous and lively as yours. I use lens kit for landscapes and fix for portraits.
      Well, I suppose I need to improve my blend skills:))) Thanks anyway!

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  2. I used to think that vsco would resize photos so we couldn’t have the highest quality. But now I change my mind:)) By the way, do you you the same app for this video? I don’t know that vsco can edit video also.

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    1. Haha. I even can’t log in my page these days. It seems that VN Internet hosts block wordpress like what they did to facebook. I tried change the DNS and it works. But I still can’t get to my blog by wordpress app, except for using 3G:((( Anyway, thank you for your sharing. Merry Christmas, by the way 😉

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