Taylor Swift's performance at the Tokyo Dome was tweeted about hundreds of thousands of times on Tuesday. Reuters

Taylor Swift kicked off the Japan portion of her “1989” world tour Tuesday after she touched down in Tokyo at Narita Airport and incited a fan frenzy Sunday. The 25-year-old “Shake It Off” singer took the stage at Tokyo Dome Tuesday evening local time, and during the two hours of Swift’s performance, #1989TourTokyo was tweeted hundreds of thousands of times.

Check out some of the concert goers social media experiences below:

Tokyo seems to love Swift, whose arrival at Narita Airport caused at least two arriving flights to be delayed due to the massive amounts of fans hoping to catch a glimpse of the Pennsylvania-born “Style” singer. Swift attempted to bond with fans upon her arrival, signing autographs, posing for photos with fans and even taking videos.

Swift, who has more than 70 million fans on Facebook and more than 27 million followers on Instagram, was named earlier this month by Time magazine as one of the 100 most influential people in the world. Because of the fierce loyalty her fans showed in Tokyo, it’s not difficult to see why. Males and females, young and old, gathered at the airport to welcome Swift to Japan.

Swift’s image is one that many women can identify with -- part down-to-earth country girl, part girl next door and part wide-eyed ingénue. Young girls want to be her best friend. She sings about love, loss, rejection and heartbreak -- topics that every teenage girl can understand. She’s not a high-maintenance diva. She’s the type of girl who unashamedly sings Faith Hill songs with her friends in the back of a van. She doesn’t pretend to be something she’s not. And though many musical artists have their images carefully crafted by a team of PR specialists, Swift’s image seems 100 percent genuine. Maybe that's why Japan -- and the rest of the world -- are so enamored with the singer.