Asia marks yet another continent ticked off Irene's ambitious list as she has visits Tokyo, Japan and Hong Kong.

Tokyo, Japan

Tokyo is famous for many things but one characteristic that cannot be ignored is the enormous population. One iconic location where you certainly can't miss it is the Shibuya Crossing, the world's busiest padestrian crossing. Somehow, Irene managed to make it through the crossing, which sees over 100,000 people pass through every hour, without any issues.

You wouldn't think that bagpipes are a common musical instrument in Tokyo and so it is a surprise that there were hardly any second glances as she passed through each five sections.



Hong Kong

Hong Kong marks the second location in Asia for Irene and she started at The Peak, playing her bag pipes with the impressive skyline behind her. Following this performance, she met the St Andrew's Pipe Band, piping at the Noon Day Gun.

This challenge is in an effort to raise £50,000 for the Royal Navy and Royal Marines Charity and Julia’s House. You can donate to her cause at http://uk.virginmoneygiving.com/bagpipetheworld

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