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After the successful launch of TPGtv earlier this year, I’m excited to announce our new and improved season of TPGtv, which focuses on Japan. It’s no secret that most online videos are now consumed on social media, so we’re changing things up, adding more expert tips and extensive captioning so you can watch the videos on Facebook (or anywhere actually) with the sound off — and still get tons of great takeaways.

With each episode, viewers can follow me as I explore top hotels and restaurants and visit must-see places in Tokyo and Osaka. Throughout it all, I explain where to go, what to see and how to make it happen — whether it’s getting into LAX’s secret celebrity airport lounge, booking a flight in the super-luxurious Singapore Suites using Krisflyer miles or sampling Tokyo’s must-try dishes. Here’s a sneak peek at what you can expect:

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To celebrate, we’ll be hosting “One Night in Tokyo,” our official TPGtv launch party in Los Angeles on Tuesday, July 26 — and I’d love for you to join us! We’ll be premiering the new season of TPGtv, featuring some of the new videos shot on location in Japan during my recent trip. We’re bringing my Japan trip to life and some lucky readers will be able to experience the sights and tastes of one of my favorite countries. Attendees will be able to meet some of the other TPG staff, including Editor-in-Chief Zach Honig and TPG Senior Points and Miles Contributor Jason Steele. We’re also giving away two round-trip tickets to Japan on Singapore Airlines so you can test out the carrier’s brand new business-class product for yourself.

If you’re interested in attending, tell us about your favorite episode of TPGtv or let us know which destination you want us to visit next on InstagramSnapchatFacebook or Twitter by Friday, July 22, at 12:00pm — don’t forget to tag @thepointsguy and include the #TPGtv hashtag. We’ll write back letting you know if you made the guest list.

Can’t wait to see what I’m working on next? Follow along with all my travel adventures on social media (links are above) for a behind-the-scenes look at what’s coming up on TPGtv, and don’t forget to subscribe to The Points Guy on YouTube — you’ll be notified as soon as each new episode appears.

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