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도쿄 헬리콥터 투어

도쿄시내 헬리콥터 투어.
도쿄올림픽 메인 스타디움, 도쿄타워, 신주쿠 등.
JAPAN NOW : Article : http://japannow.kr/View.aspx?No=2016534

[뉴욕 한달 살기] #7 뉴욕에서 헬리콥터 투어했어요!ㅣ뉴욕 헬기투어, 맨해튼 헬기투어ㅣFlyNYON Doors Off Over New York Cityㅣ뉴욕여행ㅣ뉴욕 브이로그

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Tency 탠씨 : 뉴욕여행 시리즈
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사과원예 : 예쁜 영상 잘 봤어요! 혹시 맨해튼에서 이동하고 교육 받고 타는데까지 시간 어느정도 걸렸는지 기억하고 계시나요? 저도 이번에 가서 꼭 타보고 싶어서요ㅜㅜ
동희보감 : 와 퀄리티 뭔가요.. 티비보는줄알았습니다 ㅋㅋㅋㅋ 저도 이번에 뉴욕에서 영상 올릴예정인데.. 감탄하고갑니다 ㅜㅜ
미국생활101 TV : 와 뉴욕 여러번 갔는데 다음에 갈 때는 헬기투어 꼭 해봐야겠네요!!
하이유Hi_You : 편집 퀄리티 너무 급상승 아닌가요ㅠㅠ전조아요ㅜㅜ

TOKYO: Earth's Model MEGACITY

Tokyo is the most successful metropolis in the history of the world with 39 million residents, 50% more people than any other urban area. It is the safest big city on the planet and has a two trillion dollar GDP--an economy larger than all but eight entire countries.
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Drone/helicopter videography courtesy of:
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F8wCzbRu2xc

Music:
"Keep Em Coming" "Where Soul Meets Body"
The Muse Maker: www.themusemaker.com
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YouTube Music Library

Media sources used in video:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m4YZ1JLeptQ
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pII_2VbgheI
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eW2-eDiD7w0
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kZ6pa6nYiN4
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nrRUdSBARao
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LOR25PjV0wI
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4LDLQ6dGj0U
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f9qQfURhph4
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O4ma1p4DK5A
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ssc5eLjLoMQ
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YNDV6-1bXOg
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9nTlgtf7TME
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YfAuGm-w3jc
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UPcAW-rj2bs
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L9F4Mt2tvM0
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3FFMBFNjdXc
And the film "Tsukiji Wonderland"

Script:
Our story begins 561 years ago when a samurai warrior built a castle on the shore of a fishing village called Edo. Its rich soil was ideal for growing rice and attracted farmers from far and wide.

In 1600, the great commander Tokugawa Ieyasu won the Battle of Sekigahara, a pivotal moment in history that secured Edo’s status as the most important place in Japan.

Unfortunately, the buildings of the expanding city were made of wood and paper, a dangerous combination to confront the warm winds of summer. Legend has it that on one particularly dry afternoon in 1657, a priest made the deadly mistake of burning an unlucky kimono. The fire flared up, ignited his temple, and engulfed 70% of the city. 100,000 people lost their lives.

Despite the disaster, by the middle of the 19th century Edo’s population was in the millions. That’s when the military shogunate system that had ruled for almost 700 years ended. A new government led by a young emperor finally made Edo the official capital of Japan, renamed it Tokyo, and made the castle his imperial palace. To celebrate his arrival, everyone toasted with rounds of sake on the house.

Around this time Japan opened up to foreign trade and influence, with Tokyo driving the industrial revolution that was modernizing the country. But rapid development had a cost: a strained natural environment. Forests were razed, pollutants choked the air, and Tokyo’s once pristine waterways grew increasingly toxic.

It was time for a more conscientious approach. The principle of Satoyama was born, promoting sustainable coexistence with nature, especially in the rice fields covering Japan’s sprawling foothills. Today, a century of conservation has resulted in parks covering 20% of the land in the Tokyo metropolitan area.

But while the danger from pollution has been largely overcome, one natural phenomenon poses an unavoidable threat: earthquakes. In 1923, an 8.0 magnitude quake rocked Tokyo, devastating the geologically unstable eastern wards of the city. As firestorms engulfed whole neighborhoods, some took advantage of the chaos to target political enemies and minority groups, like Koreans. When the smoke finally cleared, 140,000 people had perished.

Just twenty-two years later, in 1944, Tokyo was hit again. This time from above by allied air forces who waged a relentless nine month campaign that lasted until Japan’s surrender to end WWII following America’s detonation of two atomic weapons on Hiroshima and Nagasaki. On the worst night of the onslaught, 279 Boeing B-29 Superfortress heavy bombers dropped more than 1,600 tons of explosives on Eastern Tokyo...

It took generations for Tokyo to completely recover, but today - after more than seven decades at peace - Tokyo is thriving...

Zee news says in the newspaper that congress should make hawaii renewable like Japan.
Salokin : Yes! Glad to see you're still at it! You're one of the few people that looks at global issues in a positive way
The Young Travelier : So true... I've been to 60 countries and probably a thousand cities and I always say that Japan sets a standard for a megopolis.. Safe, easy to get around, great commerce, and nearly unlimited things to do. It is one of my favorite modern urban centers in the world next to Hong Kong, Singapore, New York, and London
A penguin named Sharon : No matter how advanced their infrastructure are, one thing is enough to admire Tokyo: their citizen's discipline and orderliness. That's is top notch
Breeze : Japan has all the good things from the west and the east, and that’s why it’s such a great country
B N : I feel like im living in the stone age after watching this

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