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I Tried Walking Across Tokyo in a Day ⛩️


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  • Abroad in Japan
    Abroad in Japan  Ай бұрын +1956

    NOTIFICATION SQUAD: Where would you like to see us walk across in a day next? LET us know below! It's great to get back to KZclip having spent the last few weeks hidden away in a room, wrapping up the Abroad in Japan book. Expect to hear more details soon, but for now enjoy the video!
    And cheers to Pete for coming along for the ride.

    • WixOnlinesales
      WixOnlinesales 9 күн бұрын

      @Ewan Grantham

    • WixOnlinesales
      WixOnlinesales 9 күн бұрын

      😔 bo

    • WixOnlinesales
      WixOnlinesales 9 күн бұрын


    • Robert Sammut
      Robert Sammut 14 күн бұрын

      I'm going to Japan tomorrow and I'm stealing this for my Tokyo itinerary day 3 🤩🤩🤩 thanks chris-san & pete-san

    • ObsidianBlossom
      ObsidianBlossom 27 күн бұрын

      Maybe Amanohashidate/Ine Bay? Heading there in April on my maiden voyage to Japan. Sincere thanks for all the trip prep help, poundland Peter Serafinowicz/Primark Marcus Mumford 💜

  • Gabi Baccheilega
    Gabi Baccheilega Ай бұрын +6517

    Tbh I think this has the potential to become a really cool series. Something like walking around citys in a day, you could start in like Osaka and just walk around and tour for a day, and go through all the other major citys

    • dizzygunner
      dizzygunner Ай бұрын

      @Abroad in Japan fitness? fitness whole big fried chicken in my mouth.

    • Sun rise
      Sun rise Ай бұрын

      A livestream is better for that type of content. Raw unfiltered/unedited live footage of the cities, villages and people. This type of content also doesn't challenge Chris as a content creator hovering around educational and entertainment type videos. Just walking around the touristy cities...?

    • sunshine state
      sunshine state Ай бұрын

      Yeah! Prepared itineraries alleviate a lot of fomo planning anxiety

    • isntyournamebacon
      isntyournamebacon Ай бұрын

      There is a channel here called Virtual Japan. Its just walking around with a HDR camera. They dont say anything, its just walking. But it looks great on a big HDR tv.

  • Nat A
    Nat A Ай бұрын +399

    Pete gives such golden retriever energy, I love how upbeat and positive he always is

    • BigDoggStatus
      BigDoggStatus 11 күн бұрын +1

      ​@MegaTinni tf boy 😭😭

    • MegaTinni
      MegaTinni 13 күн бұрын

    • Atom
      Atom Ай бұрын +7

      this is the perfect way to describe him

  • 221b
    221b Ай бұрын +655

    I just love Pete. He brings so much positivity and joy to the table.. people really need someone like him in their lives

    • Matthieu
      Matthieu 5 күн бұрын +1

      Also Pete : if you touch me you get death and misfortune

    • SpicyBean Tofu
      SpicyBean Tofu Ай бұрын

      @Sta Denwick he's the only type of American I know so I don't know where y'all are looking lol :)

    • B Benson
      B Benson Ай бұрын +1

      @Sta Denwick there’s still some of us

    • Tifa
      Tifa Ай бұрын

      I love friendly extroverted Americans like Pete

    • jack mayor
      jack mayor Ай бұрын +13

      @Adam Webb Misery loves company I guess :(

  • Gia Monic
    Gia Monic Ай бұрын +277

    I'm so jealous of how walkable Tokyo is. If you tried this in Texas you'd bump into an uncrossable highway, or find a bridge that had no pedestrian access, or just notice the utter lack of sidewalks in so many places.

    • artu165
      artu165 10 күн бұрын

      I hate it tbh. It feels claustrophobic. Maybe it's because I have social anxiety and hate crowds, but I'd take the open highway than a place like Tokyo any day

    • Noah Fleming
      Noah Fleming 11 күн бұрын +1

      Everywhere I've lived in the states has been like this, it's awful.

    • Spacemongerr
      Spacemongerr 12 күн бұрын +6

      Most or all European cities are walkable like this too.

    • versnellingspookie
      versnellingspookie Ай бұрын +3

      This sounds like a case for Not Just Bikes!

    • steft horman
      steft horman Ай бұрын +2

      @Ze ziet Zat Hihlan you can jay walk, but you aren't guaranteed your life

  • soulstealer_actual
    soulstealer_actual Ай бұрын +255

    Pete is such an amazing human, every single time he's in a video it just makes it 1000% better. No offense to Connor or any of the other boys, but i'm part of the Pete gang.

    • B Benson
      B Benson Ай бұрын

      Def more Pete 3000

    • AL T
      AL T Ай бұрын +4

      Same here! He has great humour and a great on screen character

    • jack mayor
      jack mayor Ай бұрын +10

      @M Pete is the True Route.

    • M
      M  Ай бұрын +9

      ahh yes pete route

  • Mark
    Mark Ай бұрын +52

    Petes energy is so infectious. You can tell he expresses such love for Japan the way he talks about it

  • Premier Two
    Premier Two Ай бұрын +1447

    Absolute blast going on the trip and I have NO DOUBT that my services have elevated me back to best American friend- right? ……. what do you FIFTH?

    • Gorazd Tompa
      Gorazd Tompa 12 күн бұрын

      Hi, what is the name of that 80s synth pop track at 28:44? It’s awsome, perfect choice!

    • SpicyBean Tofu
      SpicyBean Tofu Ай бұрын

      You were a pleasure to watch on this trip

    • Abdo Jabboulieh
      Abdo Jabboulieh Ай бұрын

      We love you Pete ❤

    • Ashwin Venkateshan
      Ashwin Venkateshan Ай бұрын +1

      @premiertwo why aren’t you verified? It seems preposterous.

    • Razi Kroos
      Razi Kroos Ай бұрын +1

      You should do videos like chris. I would watch them

  • RossBoomsocks
    RossBoomsocks Ай бұрын +38

    Pete is a treasure - happy to see him every single time, loved this video

    • Hili
      Hili 29 күн бұрын

      If it isn't my favorite english speaking youtuber who's speech I cant understand. What brings you here?

  • OD
    OD Ай бұрын +75

    Pete is the most authentic, lovable, awesome person. What a great companion for a journey

  • Robert Berriz
    Robert Berriz Ай бұрын +125

    Your special guest premiertwo was the best cohost you’ve ever had. He’s personable, funny, and not awkward like some of the others.
    Definitely bring him back!

  • Zak Morris
    Zak Morris Ай бұрын +13

    My wife and I watch your videos casted on our TV. We both remark how high the production quality on your videos is, it's really like a high quality documentary and you do it all without the massive production queue! Really appreciate the time and effort that goes into these videos. P.s. Nice work on the chessboxing, can't believe you sacked your Queen and still won haha

  • SouthPaw718
    SouthPaw718 Ай бұрын +52

    When I was a study abroad student in Tokyo, I remember doing the 9km walk with some of my share house mates from Roppongi to Honancho station after a night out when the trains would shut down after midnight. This whole video was like a trip down memory lane. Thanks for the content Chris!!

  • Jessica Nigri
    Jessica Nigri Ай бұрын +995

    I loved this! Maybe you could walk the Kyoto temple stretch one day if you haven't already!

    • Nemesis from Resident Evil
      Nemesis from Resident Evil Ай бұрын

      @Egwene22 Good lord no, she's an attention seeking e-girl

    • PenSword
      PenSword Ай бұрын

      @Abroad in Japan There are some awesome hikes in the Kyoto wildnerness as well.. I highly recommend the Kurama to Kibune hike!

    • Trophi Hunter
      Trophi Hunter Ай бұрын +3

      @Abroad in Japan Please walk Kobe too, I love that area around sannomiya / motomachi stations

    • Sidney Casagrande
      Sidney Casagrande Ай бұрын +4

      @Abroad in Japan just been walking around Kyoto quite abit. Started at Ginkaku Ji and Finished at Kawaramachi (Nishiki Market area). Was around 15ks and spent a lot of time visiting different Temples etc so you could easily extend it to cover more.

  • Jake
    Jake Ай бұрын +5

    I love Pete man. I save these videos for when I'm feeling a little depressed and out of it, and the videos with Pete always cheer me up.
    He's such a happy genuine person. I hope he's as happy inside as he is outside.

  • Hangry
    Hangry Ай бұрын +25

    Chris surrounds himself with the best human beings! Gotta love the positivity these guys spread wherever they go.

  • Neo_B
    Neo_B Ай бұрын +27

    the chemistry between these 2 is impeccable, a grumpy cat and a golden retriever

  • mudrocker
    mudrocker Ай бұрын +16

    An episode with Pete is always a blast! His humor and personality always makes my day.

  • Foster
    Foster Ай бұрын +10

    You should do more videos with Pete, he's such a fun guy, he makes every video better, and he can use the exposure.

  • WayneLLC
    WayneLLC Ай бұрын +12

    Petition for Pete to be in the next Journey Across Japan! Absolutely hilarious and colorful.

  • Shirogane Tsuki
    Shirogane Tsuki Ай бұрын +4

    Chris never fails to capture the mood and everything I love about Japan with his music choices.
    It's just the perfect combination.

  • FatGuyInSpace
    FatGuyInSpace Ай бұрын +12

    Interestingly quaint adventure compared to all the other bombastic ideas from the channel, but Chris really knows how to give it the bravado of something like Journey across Japan for even the smallest ideas. Also can't get enough of Chris and Pete, these two are the perfect adventure duo

  • ClanPsi
    ClanPsi Ай бұрын +8

    If you didn't know, there's a museum inside the north wing of Tokyo Station where you can see the un-renovated walls of the post-war station. You can still see burnt wooden beams and mangled steel frames. It's super neat.

  • DarkSaint07
    DarkSaint07 Ай бұрын +3

    Chris and Pete are such opposite personalities, I love Pete's energy and humor!!!

  • Myung Soon Hwang
    Myung Soon Hwang Ай бұрын +1102

    I am an old Korean lady aged at 67 who went to Japan to study in 1978 ~ .
    Traveled other regions in Japan many times but Tokyo. Last July to August when stepping on the land, felt something unexplained about Tokyo. I couldn't visit much places to where I had been 44 years ago because the COVID 19. I will definitely revisit some other time. Thanks for this video.

    • Toaster
      Toaster 25 күн бұрын

      @B illerman No it's not lmao. I've worked with tons of people in their late 60s in construction and they're just as spry as dudes in their 40s.

    • r p
      r p Ай бұрын

      @GrumpyGinger …I think they meant by standards of living and life expectancy number…? (Apparently 76.4 as of now which isn’t far from later half of 60s)

    • GrumpyGinger
      GrumpyGinger Ай бұрын +1

      @B illerman Did you just say an age is "old in the USA." Wow. Murican comment moment.

    • kawaiilotus
      kawaiilotus Ай бұрын

      @B illerman they're Korean!

  • Roy
    Roy Ай бұрын +1

    This makes me wanna visit Japan so much more! I’m not even a huge fan of the city life but being able to experience all of this at least once would be amazing. Hopefully we get to see you guys check out other cities that aren’t as popular to us foreigners!

  • Nadia Ruiz
    Nadia Ruiz 9 күн бұрын

    I love how intelligent, comedic, and nerdy Pete is! He really made the video more enjoyable !

  • Alodia H
    Alodia H Ай бұрын +3

    Only 50 seconds into the video and I'm already very intrigued, 0:46 is a beautiful shot!, you have a great eye for composition, I appreciate your hard work in putting these vids together

  • Kani Ou
    Kani Ou Ай бұрын

    you underestimate how many people would watch a 12 hour video of you and pete walking across tokyo

  • FutureTechie
    FutureTechie Ай бұрын +30

    Japanese cities are very safe. One night I walked home from work for a few hours instead of taking the train. It was refreshing.

    • Aka.Vision
      Aka.Vision 29 күн бұрын

      @SpicyBean Tofu does that have that big of a difference?

    • SpicyBean Tofu
      SpicyBean Tofu Ай бұрын +3

      Are you a man?

  • Reeze Yraola
    Reeze Yraola Ай бұрын

    Love to see some stories about the underwater coasts of Japan sea life if you ever could figure out how to film that well. Underwater technology is ever evolving and it's getting much easier to film some great stuff under the surface

  • Kiz Torres
    Kiz Torres Ай бұрын +2

    Your thirt best american friend is an asset to your channel. He is very funny and I love the contrast between you two; the British guy and the american guy. I love to watch the adventures you share together. Great stuff.

  • saishowaguu2
    saishowaguu2 Ай бұрын +3

    You gotta do Osaka next.
    I did a long walk a few years ago from Machida to Tokyo Station. Took all day, but I made it.
    This video is basically a walking journey of the stops I take during the week. My jobs office is right in front of the tallest the tallest building in Japan ( in the Roppongi Azabu-dai area ).
    Nice that the video ends in Hobgoblin, where many people end up in Shibuya.

  • LegalEagle
    LegalEagle Ай бұрын +570

    This is such a good concept for a video. Instant click.

    • Abroad in Japan
      Abroad in Japan  Ай бұрын +37

      Was a lot of fun to shoot! Definitely sensing the start of a new series

    • autohmae
      autohmae Ай бұрын

      @Ian Scott well, some have said: when you become content, you don't have as much time to watch/consume content anymore

    • Archangel_Zerach
      Archangel_Zerach Ай бұрын +8

      The crossover I wasn't expecting.

    • Joshua Grasser
      Joshua Grasser Ай бұрын

      @LegalEagle i see you places nobody would dream of

    • Play-On7 Entertainment
      Play-On7 Entertainment Ай бұрын +2

      @Tesla Gasoline Linus from Linus Tech Tips has entered the chat.

  • stephan 1fo
    stephan 1fo Ай бұрын +3

    Hi Chris! A French KZclipr did a similar video some month ago, did you see it? It was kind of different and a longer walk… i think he did 40km, have a look! The name is TEV - Ici Japon and the video is named « je traverse la plus grande ville du monde à pied « It was made 2 years ago. Thanks for the good work!

    DESTRUCTOBLOG Ай бұрын +2

    I have done many walks like this, and I think it absolutely is the best thing about Tokyo.

  • Harry Jones
    Harry Jones Ай бұрын +2

    Pete has to be one of the most naturally funny and laidback dudes on the interwebs

  • Oh Dang
    Oh Dang Ай бұрын

    just wanted to say this might be your best video yet Chris. Thanks for pushing what you can do with your content and making these dope videos

  • J Oz
    J Oz Ай бұрын +1

    Well done boys, you two are the quintessential flâneur ie. a figure who understands the sheer enjoyability of the modern city - the exhilaration, and display, of promenading to see and be seen, which is all part of the urban character. Thank you, a lot of fun.

  • Ryan Randall
    Ryan Randall Ай бұрын +894

    Hey Chris. Just wanted to give you a shout out for always making your vids available for Download. I live in South Africa and we're currently going on 17 years with rolling blackout.
    Talking upwards of 12 hours a day because of our corrupt government.
    So it means a hell of a lot that I can download and keep up with you during that.
    Love the content man and appreciate you

    • Ryan Randall
      Ryan Randall Ай бұрын

      @James_can_Juggle appreciate that James. Hope you and yours are all happy and healthy

    • James_can_Juggle
      James_can_Juggle Ай бұрын +1

      i wish my respect could do more than what it can, but you have it regardless for going through this tough situation
      all the best from Ireland man

    • MattIsAFK
      MattIsAFK Ай бұрын

      @Big Dingus I thought we declined Russia's offer to build a nuclear reactor? we have one??

  • Abril Silva
    Abril Silva 28 күн бұрын

    Went to Tokyo, Japan back in 2018 and seeing all the places I went too, thru you brings me so many good memories! ❤️

  • Léa R.
    Léa R. Ай бұрын +1

    That really puts into perspective how huge Tokyo is. You can walk across Paris from north to south in just around 2h.

  • Tom Hoots
    Tom Hoots Ай бұрын +1

    Just great fun. The music, the sights, the fun you guys had -- well done, and we want more! Thanks for another fun time.

  • blue ice
    blue ice Ай бұрын +6

    Loved it.
    Pete is awesome! He brings so much energy to the videos.

  • Paul Tuck
    Paul Tuck Ай бұрын +2

    Great video! I agree with Pete's statement. The ability to go from one place to another just by walking without needing to get in a car and drive is fantastic.

  • Taterkaze
    Taterkaze Ай бұрын +515

    Pete is a great sidekick, wingman, and friend with infinite good humour. Always glad to see him on this channel.

    • Ti321
      Ti321 Ай бұрын +2

      He's the star of the video

    • Anthony A. Jumelles
      Anthony A. Jumelles Ай бұрын +5

      He's a breath of fresh air because there's little cynicism to him. Dude just vibes.

    • Whu Dhat
      Whu Dhat Ай бұрын +1

      @Manfred Storm my man 🤝

    • Manfred Storm
      Manfred Storm Ай бұрын +19

      My man Pete isn't just a sidekick , he is a full roundhouse !

  • Andrew Thacker
    Andrew Thacker Ай бұрын +1

    This is a really cool video format. I really hope you do more of these. Appreciate the work you put into this!

  • Ruiza Anne
    Ruiza Anne Ай бұрын +1

    This video was so well done and one of my favorite videos that you did. So happy you got Pete on here I can tell from the comments a lot of the viewers were loving him too! ☺️

  • Heika
    Heika Ай бұрын +1

    I love Asakusa, if nothing else, for the incredible dichotomy of having an old, traditional temple in the middle of the world's largest, most populated mega city. It's like something out of a cyberpunk world

  • Shauka Hodan
    Shauka Hodan Ай бұрын +1

    Absolutely loved this! I always make sure to do just this whenever I visit a new city. Pick a start and an end point and just walk the whole day. Great way to experience a new pl

  • Joani Harlan
    Joani Harlan Ай бұрын

    I absolutely loved this video. I lived in Tokyo for a year back in 2009-2010 and loved it so much. Just seeing you walking the streets was so nostalgic. And I'm glad to see Ameyoko! I feel like it's often overlooked but was always one of my favorite places to visit.

  • Kekekono
    Kekekono Ай бұрын +652

    Pete seems like the kind of guy that would give his money away if someone asked for it

    • autohmae
      autohmae Ай бұрын +8

      he does pay in full

    • Bjarki Pálsson
      Bjarki Pálsson Ай бұрын +4

      @Ludo Vica the jin jang of youtube, such a great combo

    • Bagman
      Bagman Ай бұрын +4

      Giving ur friend money seems to be a pretty good way of gaslighting him into doing what u want lmfao

    • That Guy Matt
      That Guy Matt Ай бұрын +3

      @moooooofy you sound incredibly fun to be around 😂

    • Fdajax
      Fdajax Ай бұрын +35

      @Ludo Vica the happy cheerful American and the grumpy Brit

  • Jennifer Galecia
    Jennifer Galecia Ай бұрын +1

    i thoroughly enjoyed watching this

  • The Horn Guild
    The Horn Guild Ай бұрын +1

    I was in Japan in October, and realized one of my dreams - I walked the entire route of the Yamanote line, Shimbashi to Shimbashi. Took all day, not much time for sight-seeing, but why not?

  • Zealothia
    Zealothia Ай бұрын

    This is probably one of my favorite videos of you, for sure!
    It was funny, interesting, and even your sour humour was really nice balance to this video! Your guest is also super fun! I'm gonna watch the other videos with him too!
    It reminded me of when my cousins from other cities would come by São Paulo and we'd walk all over town! I know you said that it's a big walk, but it also reminded me that some parts could def be those walk around streams, very chill, but probably tiring to make yes?
    I hope I get more money this month bc I'm curious to get the full version from patreon now!

  • thejunkface
    thejunkface Ай бұрын

    Just a quick note, if you walk next to the train line from Ueno to Akihabara there’s still lots of shops and restaurants so it’s actually pretty interesting.

  • Sinéad Cross
    Sinéad Cross Ай бұрын +1

    Great video, I’m visiting Japan in March, including Tokyo, so great to see some of the different areas of the city 😁🇯🇵

  • Love W
    Love W Ай бұрын +489

    It feels weird watching your channel after having lived in Japan for a few months as an exchange student. Before, when I watched your channel everything was like a detached feeling of splendor and wonder, but now, I have context. I've been in these places, I understand them, I know where they are and how to get there via train or subway or walking, what the vibes are, and what it's like to really be there. So, if watching your videos before gave me a sense of unknown wonder, now it's like a warm sense of familiarity. Not sure what I want to say with this comment, but thanks for your videos Chris, they're always a treat!

    • ai liana
      ai liana Ай бұрын

      So beautifully written!!

    • Ivan Zdravkov
      Ivan Zdravkov Ай бұрын +1

      Dude, same! I lived in Tokyo for 9 months in 2018 and will spend a full month again in April with my wife, kids and a coupe of friends. I feel the same way. Can't wait to experience all of these places with them this time.

    • Mushini
      Mushini Ай бұрын +2

      When I watch his videos I thought that visiting Japan wouldn’t be as good as it seems on camera. However I was mistaken, everything was crazy awesome

    • KawaiiAlcapurriaOppa
      KawaiiAlcapurriaOppa Ай бұрын +2

      Same here ✨👍

    • VanillaCoke1956
      VanillaCoke1956 Ай бұрын +4

      Same here. It has been 8 months and I will leave in May but I've walked and travelled all across Japan and have seen a whole lot in Tokyo. Especially the area east of Asakusa around Sumidagawa. Haven't watched the video yet but I doubt they walked along the river there. If anyone is visiting Tokyo, go down to the riverside walkway at around Kuramae and walk your way up to Asakusa in the evening. Not only is it incredibly relaxing to walk along the river in evening, you also get beautiful views of it and Tokyo Skytree before eventually walking back up to Sensoji, which is always nicer to experience when the crowds are gone.

  • froobtoob
    froobtoob Ай бұрын +2

    I was in Japan 2018 and was there for 18 days, managed to clock in 310km walking. But that wasn't all the travelling, trains, buses, etc. Loved it, woke up with stiff legs ( i'm older) but nothing like a good walk to loosen them up.

  • Traveler Trome
    Traveler Trome Ай бұрын +1

    Top vlog, Chris! And Pete was a great companion! I love Tokyo, and I feel it has been a while since you have done a comprehensive video around neighborhoods in Tokyo like this. I was thoroughly entertained and would love to see more like this format! And hopefully you bring Pete along again!

  • K Moosh 🎗
    K Moosh 🎗 Ай бұрын +4

    Loving this video and agree with others that this would make a great series. I also have to say the bear claw back scratcher is a good choice haha 😂 you will always be able to scratch that unreachable itch 🐻 always enjoy watching videos with Pete in 😁

  • Max Machts
    Max Machts Ай бұрын +2

    Pete looked so happy to be on this trip. Like a child when he got that 2000 yen pocket money. Loved it

  • Fish & Chips
    Fish & Chips Ай бұрын

    8+hrs of walk and Pete still slayin it till the end.Go Pete Go🙌🙌💖💖💖🔥🔥🔥🔥

  • Raz Lemon
    Raz Lemon Ай бұрын +285

    Pete brings a certain fun and innocence, to these videos. Maybe it's his constant upbeat attitude that seems in such contrast to Chris, who plays the serious man, but the combination cannot be denied - it's great fun!

    • LaNoir
      LaNoir Ай бұрын +3

      @m2coy Risottoro is the endboss, sent to put Chris out of his misery
      (and irl he is a very nice guy I enjoy his videos on his channel very much)

    • m2coy
      m2coy Ай бұрын

      yes! i agree. also why joey and natsuki make good partners. but ryotoro...

    • LaNoir
      LaNoir Ай бұрын +1

      @Caretaker *Geralt and Roach _looks at backpack_

    • Caretaker
      Caretaker Ай бұрын +9

      It's like Dandelion and Geralt

  • さしみCaramel
    さしみCaramel Ай бұрын +1

    This video definitely fills that void in my heart when I can't travel to Japan yet, thank you Chris 🥹🥹

  • 3Starshine3
    3Starshine3 Ай бұрын +1

    I really like how Tokyo is super walkable! When I was there I was averaging 40k steps per day and was able to explore the majority of the city within a week. Sure some stretches between cities (like the straight road between Shibuya and Roppongi) aren't the most exciting, but you can make it more interesting by adding a few detours to shrines or parks along the way.

  • Savannah Rose
    Savannah Rose Ай бұрын

    I've just gotten into walking around my own city, we just moved somewhere that shops are actually walking distance, so this is perfect timing! You should totally keep this up as a series

  • Bri_Bree_
    Bri_Bree_ Ай бұрын

    I miss Japan. Just got back from my 2nd time there and feeling extra depressed. Just Tokyo alone, everything is within an easy distance of each other, and the convenience alone is just amazing. Already want to go back.
    But judging by this video, def missed that rain that was coming in on my way out.

  • Orzorn
    Orzorn Ай бұрын

    Tokyo is such a beautiful and awesome city. I hope one day to go there myself. I know I will, its just a matter of making the time for it.

  • MorphoMouse
    MorphoMouse Ай бұрын +303

    Chris and Pete are my favourite duo on this show. Great dynamic.

    • simon gurney
      simon gurney Ай бұрын +10

      Hope to see much more Pete.

    • Edward Fletcher
      Edward Fletcher Ай бұрын +8

      Don't say that, Connor will get jealous !😲

  • gnat choo
    gnat choo Ай бұрын +2

    I don’t know how you did it.. but you made a walking trip around most of Tokyo’s most familiar spots so refreshingly interesting! Must be the magic of Mr Mime! 😝

  • Derek Lawrey
    Derek Lawrey Ай бұрын

    One of my favourite episodes! Really made me miss Tokyo!!

  • Kamen92
    Kamen92 Ай бұрын +1

    Hey Chris, nice video and thanks for the great impressions of Tokyo. can you do walk across Kyoto next? I will visit Japan in November and that would be badass if you would show us more from Kyoto

  • Voraxis
    Voraxis Ай бұрын +1

    I'm only 30 seconds in and I already have to comment on how fucking great you look. Whatever you're doing, it's working perfectly and I'm immensely impressed. Not that I wasn't impressed by your stellar content and ability to entertain me for what feels like 10 years now (in a good way) already but I'm specifically impressed with your physical transformation and I hope with all of my heart that you feel as good as you look. Let your sense of self-worth be permanently boosted by all that success. Now, excuse me while I have 30 minutes of Pog content to watch :D

  • Chief
    Chief Ай бұрын

    Man, I love your videos. It's helped inspire me to visit the world despite my fears and so I'm putting money aside to take a trip maybe next year. I'm happy to know theres so much more out there to see

  • Keiichi Furuya
    Keiichi Furuya Ай бұрын +151

    Pete always makes me smile, he comes across as such a lovely and genuine person. Chris you're alright too. 😘

    • Aj
      Aj Ай бұрын +5

      Yo pete,you thought we wouldn't know if you use a different account 😜

    • Mikhail
      Mikhail Ай бұрын +3

      Chris you... you alright

  • Gig Tee Vee
    Gig Tee Vee Ай бұрын +1

    This rekindled my plan to visit Tokyo after the last few years since everything that’s been going on. This is a lesson in not attempting it in one day!

  • MrTaikobo
    MrTaikobo Ай бұрын +1

    This was a lot of fun, I'd love to meet Pete. I'm definitely gonna check out his twice channel as well. He's a chill guy. Also, he's American, so SUPPIRT OUR BRO!!
    It's funny how much of the journey reminds me of how it looks here in New York, how Shibuya looks like Times Square, how the walk through Roppongi looks like the alleyways in Brooklyn and the Tokyo Station looks like a location in Manhattan on 14th street or the Midtown station where you get the Amtrack train. I've always wanted to go to Japan, and after seeing all this, I NEED to go there now.

  • unitgj
    unitgj Ай бұрын +1

    I loved this Chris! I miss Tokyo so living it through your eyes is great.

  • Alexa Walker
    Alexa Walker Ай бұрын

    Reminds me of my first day visiting Tokyo in 2019. Walked 25k steps. Was quite tired at the end of the day 😅

  • Bushrat Tabassum
    Bushrat Tabassum Ай бұрын

    Pete is such a delight to have! xD im loving seeing him more and more on streams and videos

  • Fenrir Lives
    Fenrir Lives Ай бұрын +175

    Pete's such a good sport on camera! He's got the golden combination of stage presence to be funny, and humility to keep things professional! Thanks for bringing him along Chris!

  • Matthew Hart
    Matthew Hart Ай бұрын

    I've just come directly from your first few videos, the production quality you've achieved now is phenomenal!

  • Fluffcake
    Fluffcake Ай бұрын +2

    Walking through Tokyo sounds really fun ! I’d like to try it some time as I have walked through small joints in Tennessee and South Carolina. (Though i might have to take a break at the literal 20 minute mark 😭)

  • LiXyJack
    LiXyJack Ай бұрын

    I like him , you should bring him to more of your adventures !! An idea, he should bring all the things he buys to everywhere he goes :D

  • kez
    kez Ай бұрын +1

    I want Pete to have all the best life can offer. What a chill dude.

  • TalynWuff
    TalynWuff Ай бұрын

    I'd like to see more walking travel with you and yer boy Pete (and Natsuki!), its nice to experience the city from that angle and live vicariously through y'alls experience.

  • Kietus Draflin
    Kietus Draflin Ай бұрын +113

    Man, it's so damn hard not to love all of Chris's friends.

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      Sel Li Ай бұрын +8


  • Ron Bhattacharya
    Ron Bhattacharya Ай бұрын

    The positivity from the video was contagious... one of the best videos I've seen recently

  • Zack Viegut
    Zack Viegut Ай бұрын

    This video had a cool hangout vibe. I loved the details of the journey. Looking forward to more videos of this style.

  • Joshua Daniel
    Joshua Daniel Ай бұрын

    its pretty amazing how they travelled 20 kms and visited absolute beautiful and unique places and the best you can do here in America (walking/driving the same distance) is visit the next McDonald's!

  • Ken McWilliams
    Ken McWilliams  Ай бұрын

    This walk should be developed into a whole series. Very entertaining

  • JīroTheFro
    JīroTheFro Ай бұрын

    Great video Chris! It’s really cool to see exactly how close everything in Tokyo is. Pete was a phenomenal addition. Loved all his antics on figuring out how to spend “his” money.

  • Sean Nikolai Sanchez
    Sean Nikolai Sanchez Ай бұрын +250


  • Walt Lodes III
    Walt Lodes III Ай бұрын

    This was so amazing!! Learned so much!! Once again, thanks for all the amazing adventure content!! And thanks for including Pete!

  • Mora God of Thunder!
    Mora God of Thunder! Ай бұрын

    Glad to see Pete in another video. It was already said but would absolutely love to see this as a series on other cities in Japan. On my first trip to Tokyo (in 2019 for the Rugby World Cup) my partner and I walked from Nippori to Yanaka Ginza and then to Ueno and finally made it to Akihabara to watch the opening game in a Hub Pub 🙄. We were not in shape at all and I could barely walk for the rest of our trip after that. The heat didn't help but safe to say we are going to utilize trains a bit more this time around 😁. Good job Chris for doing this big walk 💪.

  • Taireyn - Twitch
    Taireyn - Twitch Ай бұрын

    Damn I used to walk a similar route sometimes from Shibuya back to Ueno when the trains weren't running anymore, brings some memories back. Love your videos!

  • yonghyeon123
    yonghyeon123 29 күн бұрын

    I've done something similar to this. Not from Asakusa to Shibuya but from Oshiage (Sky tree) -> Asakusa -> Ueno -> Akihabara -> Tokyo Dome. Wasn't too long (only took half a day) but it was beautiful and nice.

  • R Wilcox
    R Wilcox Ай бұрын

    Thanks very much for this Chris! My family and I are visiting Japan for the first time on the first week of April. We are staying at the Asakusa View Hotel and I was wondering what walking around and south towards Akihabara and beyond was going to be like! Can't wait! Much love health and happiness to you from sunny (not really) New Jersey, USA!

  • Anasyub
    Anasyub Ай бұрын +216

    this man just brings so much comfort and happiness in whatever he does! Just seeing him makes me smile. Truly the best companion to have on a 20km walk

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    • RamenGoddess
      RamenGoddess Ай бұрын +5

      I am with you! I just absolutely adore Pete! His vibe is just so comforting.