Behind the Scenes at Tokyo Talk x Elsa Aka. Bunny Tokyo’s Interview

We recently had the wonderful opportunity of having one of our very own Tokyo Creative influencer, Elsa, or as many of you know her as BunnyTokyo 🐰featured on Tokyo Talk!


Tokyo Talk is a video project series run by the Tokyo government where they interview people from different walks of life sharing their love of Tokyo and their favorite spots. From a freelancer to a banker, a pianist to an entomologist—a person who studies insects and more, each share their own unique stories of what makes Tokyo truly special.

“A guide to Tokyo for all Tokyoites and Tokyo fans around the world. Tokyo Talk shows you the real city, not just the tourist trail. Glimpse Tokyo's past, present and future, and see why it is loved as much as it is.”

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Who is Bunny Tokyo? 🐰

Born and raised in Spain, Elsa has hopped around living in Ireland to get her Master's Degree in Media to Germany and the UK. However, her dream was always moving to Japan. With each visit that she made to Japan, she fell in love more and more, so she took the plunge in 2016, packed her bags and moved to Japan.

Using her love of photography and content creation, Elsa creates a wide range of original Japan content on her blog. She discusses a wide range of topics such as showcasing the beauty of Japan but also shares helpful tips such as how to prepare in case of an earthquake, to her thoughts on tattoos and more.

catch the 3 part series of bunny Tokyo

To catch the three part series of her interview with Tokyo Talk, you can catch it down below.

Some Behind the Scenes shots 📹

At the studio

Lights, camera and...action!

Elsa getting some pointers from Shiori.

Take three!

On location in a quieter street of Shibuya.

Posing at none other than the infamous Shibuya crossing.

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