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Japan Travel Videos, DVD, Touring, Sightseeing, Vacation, Destination


  1. $24.95 DVD All Regions Worldwide

    Item Code : WATL21656

    Japan, Korea and Taiwan - Travel Video.
    DVD. The World Atlas. 39 Minutes. The Atlas steps into the digital age. A new one-of-a-kind World Atlas covering all parts of the globe with animated maps from Rand McNally and in-depth cultural and historical information. Each episode is dedicated to different countries, containing four distinct features - physical geography, political geography, popular locations, and thematic maps. The new digitally animated one-of-a-kind version of an Atlas of the World like you have never seen before!
  2. $29.95 DVD Regions 1 & 2

    Item Code : GLOB20836

    Planet Food Japan-  Travel Video.
    DVD. Globe Trekker. 60 Minutes. Merrilees Parker travels to Japan to learn about its unique food culture. She begins her journey in Tokyo, at Tsukiji, the world's biggest fish market, where she encounters weird shellfish and 500lb tuna! Master chef, Romeo teaches her how to make the ultimate sushi, an art that takes years to master. Then it's off to a ramen museum, where you can try various regional styles of the noodle soup. Although the Japanese have one of the healthiest diets on the planet, many of their ingredients are alien to the average westerner. Merrilees meets Elizabeth Andoh, a food writer who guides her round the unfamiliar ingredients of a Tokyo food hall. Escaping the city, Merrilees takes the bullet train to Matsusaka where she visits a farm that produces the most expensive beef in the world - the cows are fed with apples and beer and massaged daily! On to Kyoto, the old seat of the empire where she's immersed in traditional Japanese customs such as the tea ceremony and visits a 400-year-old restaurant. After shopping in its ancient market, known as Kyoto's Kitchen, she learns about the Japanese art of knife-crafting. Merrilees visits a local restaurant to try Japanese staples, soba noodles and tofu before meeting the master brewer of a local sake brewery - a Brit! After a quick look at the ancient practice of cormorant fishing, Merrilees travels to Japan's iconic Mount Fuji for the annual Summer Fire Festival to gorge herself on wonderful street food. Back in the suburbs of Tokyo, Merrilees is invited to a private home and is taught how to make tempura. Then, Merrilees watches the preparation of fugu - the ultimate Japanese delicacy - a poisonous fish which can be deadly if prepared in the wrong way. Her journey ends with a lesson in Japanese/European fusion cuisine.
  3. $29.95 DVD All Regions Worldwide

    Item Code : FLYM1615

    Sakura Petals: The Shogun - Travel Video.
    DVD. Flying Monk Films. 41 Minutes. VeTravel to Nikko, the most famous shrine in the country and the burial place of the founder of the Tokugawa shogunate clan that ruled Japan for three centuries.Explore Tokyo, with its beautiful museum, parks and temples mingled with modern architecture and kabuki shows, and then head to nearby Kamakura, where the first shogun family in Japan originated. It is a city full of Zen Buddhist temples. Sakura Petals: The Shogun (41 minutes) covers the shrines at Nikko and the city of Tokyo.
  4. $29.95 DVD All Regions Worldwide

    Item Code : FLYM1614

    Sakura Petals: The Samurai - Travel Video.
    DVD. Flying Monk Films. 40 Minutes. Venture to the South and stop in Kurashiki, one of the few cities in Japan that was not bombed during WW2, preserving its original architecture.Visit Okayama, with its reconstructed Crow Castle and a beautiful garden, one of the top three gardens in Japan.Head to Nagasaki and visit the Memorial Park and its beautiful row of Buddhist temples, and to Hagi to see the preserved samurai quarter and traditional houses.End the tour on the holy island of Miya Jima, which is full of roaming deer and where one of the most important Shinto shrines in Japan is located to watch the night's tide cover the famous floating Tori. Sakura Petals: The Samurai (40 minutes) covers Kurashiki, Okayama, Nagasaki, Hagi and the shrine on the Miya-Jima Island.
  5. $29.95 DVD All Regions Worldwide

    Item Code : FLYM1613

    Sakura Petals: The Monks - Travel Video.
    DVD. Flying Monk Films. 31 Minutes. Move off the beaten path and head to Kanazawa, with one of the top three gardens in Japan and a temple dedicated to Ninja warriors.From there travel to Takayama, one of the few cities hidden in the Japanese Alps, proof of the old tradition of Japanese carpentry.Finish the tour in the eerie city of Koya San, the world headquarters of the esoteric Buddhist sect, Shingon, a city full of temples and a famous historic Japanese cemetery. Sakura Petals: The monks covers the gardens in Kanazawa and the cities of Takayama and Koya San.
  6. $29.95 DVD All Regions Worldwide

    Item Code : FLYM1612

    Sakura Petals: Temples and Zen - Travel Video.
    DVD. Flying Monk Films. 48 Minutes. Travel to Kyoto, capital of Japan for 1,000 years, a world treasure of exquisite temples, with dry or moss Zen gardens, bamboo groves and secluded pavilions.The trove of monuments is astonishing and is augmented by the Kyoto museum, the best museum for Japanese art.Visit temple after temple and the Gion district;end up inside the city at the Gion theater to watch a representation of traditional Zen arts.Sakura Petals: Temples and Zen covers the temples of Kyoto.
  7. $29.95 DVD All Regions Worldwide

    Item Code : FLYM1611

    Sakura Petals: Emperors and Geishas - Travel Video.
    DVD. Flying Monk Films. 31 Minutes. Visit Kyoto with the Imperial Palace and a geisha spotting session in the Geisha quarter in Gion.Later, visit Nara, the first ever settled capital of Japan for only 75 years, with its tranquil atmosphere, full of roaming deer and its remarkable temples, pagodas and shrines, where the largest Buddha temple in Japan is located.Sakura Petals: Emperors and Geishas covers the Imperial Palace of Kyoto, the Geisha Quarter and the city of Nara.
  8. $29.95 DVD High Definition ~ All Regions Worldwide

    Item Code : BENN1610

    Kyoto & Western Honshu Island - Travel Video.
    DVD. Bennett-Watt Productions. Featuring Kyoto, meet a Maiko face to face, Himeji Castle, Hiroshima and Miyajima Island.
  9. $24.95 DVD All Regions Worldwide

    Item Code : LITT1605

    Japan - Travel Video.
    DVD. The Little Travelers. 60 Minutes. Join the Little Travelers as they travel to Japan and spend three months discovering the culture, food and customs, while making many new friends along the way. From trips to the market to a day in preschool, squat toilets to eating snails, their days are full of adventure. They meet monkeys and ninjas, dress up in kimono, and even take a Taiko drum class. Come discover Japan through the eyes of two young girls and be inspired to become a Little Traveler yourself.
  10. $24.95 DVD All Regions Worldwide

    Item Code : CTIS1604

    Japan (Tokyo & Kyoto) Travel Video.
    DVD. Cities of the World. 60 Minutes. Tokyo, a city of 30 million, is a place where traditions and modern inventions live together. From the Tokyo Tower one can see only skyscrapers, palaces made of concrete and glass, multi-level highway junctions and monorail expresses. But under the neon lights there are still rickshaw runners pulling their carts and geishas walking in their wooden shoes. The ornamented pagodas, the Japanese gardens, the calm Shintoist sanctuaries tell us about the age of shoguns and ninjas. The digital cameras and the swords of the samurais can be found at the same store. In the restaurants one can have sushi, sukiyaki and tempura sitting on a tatami, using chopsticks. We can take a look at the masterpieces of ikebana and origami and the pictures painted on rice paper. Travelers can take a trip to the ancient city of Kyoto, to the giant Buddha of Kamakura, to the warm springs and to the Sacred Mountain, Fujiyama, where the cherry trees are blossoming at the foot of the hills.
  11. $24.95 DVD

    Item Code : TVLR1603

    Dr. Merry's Nomad Travel: Japan - Travel Video.
    DVD. Featuring: Dr. Dwayne L. Merry As in his previous films Dr. Merry brings more than his expertise as an archaeologist/anthropologist to this film. He was stationed in Japan, and his wife, Telse, who speaks fluent Japanese, and has lived there for several years. By driving the length and breadth of the country, they captured on film the traditions and the pageantry that are inseparable from everyday life in Japan. In Tokyo, Dr. Merry had the rare privilege of being invited to film the Sumo wrestlers in training, mingling with the crowds in the Asakusa temple and participate in a wedding ceremony at the Meiji Shrine. In addition to the famous gardens, parks and beautiful temples he also goes to places where very few tourists have gone. Dr. Merry and Telse hike the old Tokaido road, that connected the ancient capitals of Tokyo and Kyoto. The couple discover giant rocks along the way where statues were carved more than 1,500 years ago. On Shikoku, they travel along with pilgrims who are visiting the 88 temples of that island. The final scenes of the film show Kobe recovering from the devastating earthquake of 1995, and Nagasaki and Hiroshima today - symbols of hope for world peace. Dr. Dwayne L. Merry, a professor of anthropology and archaeology, has conducted research and excavations around the world and written several books on his travels around the world. [?2005 - Color]. 80 minutes.

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