Japan Drive [4K] Takeoka, Futtsu City to Tateyama (POV) ASMR Driving | Travel World

Let’s go for a ride! We hope to show you not only the tourist destinations but also the places only the locals visit.

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As always, thank you for coming along. Now, sit back, relax and enjoy the view!


Futtsu (富津市, Futtsu-shi) is a city located in Chiba Prefecture, Japan. Futtsu has a mixed economy based on commercial fishing, agriculture, tourism, and electrical power generation.The Futtsu Power Station is one of the largest thermal power plants in the world. The southern portion of the city is within the Keiyo Industrial Zone, with metal products, general machinery and equipment manufacturing factories.

Ferries connect Kanaya in Futtsu, Chiba and Kurihama Beach in Yokosuka, Kanagawa. We took a ferry trip in April 2020. Click on the link below to see how it is like:

Kyonan (鋸南町, Kyonan-machi) is a town located in Chiba Prefecture, Japan. Hishikawa Moronobu (1618–1694), ukiyoe artist of the Edo period, was born in the village of Hodomura in present-day Kyonan. The Hishikawa family practiced dyeing and a gold and silver-thread embroidery in the area. Hishikawa Moronobu Memorial Hall was built in Kyonan to commemorate his life and work.

Minamibōsō (南房総市, Minamibōsō-shi) is a city located in Chiba Prefecture, Japan. Minamibōsō serves as a commercial center for the surrounding region of southern Chiba Prefecture. The primary industry is commercial fishing and agriculture (horticulture and flowers). The tourist industry is a growing component of the local economy, with attractions being the areas beaches and hot spring resorts. In 2008, about 4.5 million tourists visited Minamibōsō City. Due to its close proximity to Tokyo and Chiba City, many people visit Minamibōsō on day trips. Of those 4.5 million tourists in 2008, almost 3.9 million of them were visiting on a day trip. Of the working population, about 60% own various private businesses such as small shops restaurants or medical practices, 25% work in Farming Fishing and Forestry, and 17% work in Manufacturing and Construction.

Minamiboso Sightseeing Guide

Tateyama (館山市, Tateyama-shi) is a city located in Chiba Prefecture, Japan. The economy of Tateyama is based on commercial fishing, horticulture and summer tourism. The population of Tateyama surges during much of the summer. Tateyama is a popular destination for vacationing due to its proximity to Tokyo and its reputation as a “beach” or “surf town”. There are numerous resort and holiday hotels dotting the coastline. Every August, tens of thousands of people gather on Hōjō Beach for the annual fireworks display.

Tateyama Travel Guide

Narita International Airport Access Navigation

Haneda Airport Information

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Filmed in December 2020

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Drive with me! Japan travel guide 2020
4K driving videos by Tokyo Smith [Slow TV]

– Scenic drive
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11 Replies to “Japan Drive [4K] Takeoka, Futtsu City to Tateyama (POV) ASMR Driving | Travel World”

  1. Lucas Arantes

    Tokyo Smith san, hi there! Very relaxing trip around beautiful countryside Tokyo areas on the rainy weather. Happy New Year! Thank you so very much Tokyo Smith san!

  2. Paddy Stubbs

    Not an ideal day for a drive, then. Shame as it looked as though you were passing through some lovely countryside and coastal areas. Thanks for enduring the awful weather on our behalf. 👍👍👍

  3. Kawaii Creative Impulse

    Hello my dearfriend, great driving with rain, full view and like, have a nice weekend, happy 2021 , please visit me, than you. see you.

  4. Peter M

    Thank you Tokyo Smith, that is your best drive, (ever). Leaving the busy city behind and driving in the pouring rain with the light glistening on the road and the reflections in the puddles. What more could we ask for? Don't forget to thank the Travel God(s), and the Weather God(s), for your good fortune. They also sent an Omen in the form of a yellow and white Volkswagen Campervan driving in the opposite direction. A sign of adventures to come.

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