New Travel VIDEO: 100km Walk Around Tokyo in 3 Days

I am Jacob Laukaitis, a 21 year old digital nomad, who's already been to more than 30 countries in the past 2 years. The main reason why I can travel is the company I co-founded,, because of the flexibility and remote income that it provides. Because of this, I can travel for 9-10 months a year.


I made the video because I simply love walking. Every time I go to a new place I spend hours and hours walking. Since Tokyo is one of my favorite cities in the world, I decided to walk at least 100 kilometers and film it. So that's exactly what I did.

There really isn’t a single reason what makes this city so great.  I love pretty much everything about Tokyo - from its parks and markets to its housing neighborhoods and temples. It's one of the biggest cities in the world yet it's so peaceful, nice and calm. When you go into one of the parks you feel as if you're somewhere in the country-side, hanging out in a beautiful forest, not in a massive city.

One of the biggest challenges I faced was the heavy tripod that's definitely not meant to be traveled with, which made my back hurt quite a bit. Also, 2 of those days I walked with my slippers and the 3rd - with really crappy shoes. So my feet were not too happy with the process and thus I had to use more than a dozen bandage aids. However, all of this is nothing compared to what I've experienced.

The only thing that I don’t like about Tokyo is a lack of trash-bins. However, mini marts are plenty and all of them have trash-bins, so it's not a problem after all. Tokyo is simply great.

If you would like to find more information about me or my trip you can visit my personal website and myInstagram profile where I post the best moments from my trips.


Popular markets of London

Popular markets of London
Food to flowers, dresses to accessories and art to antiques – London markets sell it all! The city is home to large and extensive markets like Spitalfields, Camden Market and Portobello Road where you spend day wandering about and chilling, picking up a few bargains may be.

Check out some of the most popular markets of London:
Borough Market
Address: Southwark Street, Bankside, London SE1 1TJ
One of the oldest largest food markets in England, Borough Market is a gourmand’s delight. It boasts an excellent range of fresh food stalls. The lively atmosphere of this foodie’s paradise makes is a must-go if you are in London. From Italian cheeses to Spanish Foods, you get almost everything here. Shoppers can keep browsing around for some really delicious goods at reasonable prices.
Borough Market is situated close to London Bridge and is served by the Jubilee and Northern lines on the underground and by overground trains from all parts of London.

Petticoat Lane Market
Address: Middlesex St, London E1 7JF, United Kingdom
A fashion and clothing market, Petticoat Lane Market is situated in the East End of London. There are two adjacent street markets namely Middlesex Street Market (open on Sundays) and Wentworth Street Market (open six days a week).
Petticoat Lane sells items for men, women and children. You can find everything from street-cred clubwear to designer clothes. Leather wear is a speciality here. You can also find a nice range of household goods at Petticoat Lane.
This area is well served by public transportation. The closest tube stations are Aldgate East tube station and Aldgate tube station

Old Spitalfields Market
Address: Horner Square, Spitalfields, London E1 6EW, United Kingdom
Located in the heart of London close to Christ Church, Spitalsfield Market offers a wide range of stalls selling original stuff. Sundays at Old Spitalfields are the busiest. The market combines the appeal and charm of old with the new. You can find brands like Agnes B and Canteen standing next to traders selling homemade brownies and quirky clothes.
The closest Tube stations are Liverpool Street, Shoreditch High Street and Aldgate East, all around 5 minutes away.

Portobello Road Market
Portobello Road Market is located in Notting Hill district of Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea. It is quite popular because of its antique and flea market finds. The market runs from Chepstow Villas to Westway and is extremely colourful and dynamic. The market exudes fun and trendiness. With more than 2000 stalls selling everything from books and clothes. If you know the tricks, you can get some excellent bargains here. Come here, shop and eat and shop more.
It is advisable to go to this market in the morning.

Brick Lane Market
Address: 91 Brick Ln, London E1 6QR, United Kingdom
Brick Lane Market is about bagel shops, curry houses and clothes. Chaotic and very bustling, this East End flea market attracts young Londoners looking for vintage, second - hand furniture, antiques, jewellery, accessories and unusual clothes. You must try having lunch in some local restaurant.
The closest underground stations are Aldgate East Tube Station, Aldgate East Underground Station and Aldgate Tube Station

Leadenhall Market
Address: London EC3V 1LT, United Kingdom
A renovated Victorian covered market selling traditional poultry, fish, game and meat. Leadenhall Market is the famous place for city workers who visit this place during lunch. Leadenhall is a beautiful scenic market which makes for an excellent stroll.