Looking at my photos makes me want book a ticket and hop on a plane to Tokyo right now. Too bad wala pang budget. Maybe if I get really
lucky blessed to hit the 6/58 Ultra Lotto jackpot, I’ll stay for two or three weeks.
I don’t think I’ll ever get tired of going to Asakusa/Oshiage Skytree district. It’s a lovely place.
Matsumoto Kiyoshi, think Watson’s but with more beauty products.
The chic Japanese man in trendy, tattered shirt, casually carrying a grey Goyard St. Louis tote bag in GM (I assume). Told you Goyard St. Louis in GM is a unisex bag.
The delightful aroma of fresh Belgian waffles near the Odakyu department store (or was it Keio department store?) [Shinjuku Station West Exit, this is facing Kabuki-cho/Don Quixote/”Hotel with Gozilla” area]
Obsessed with this ice-cream-in-a-pouch.
My must-buy in Japan. I usually just bring Conzace instead of bringing several resealable pouches for each vitamin supplement.
Siraan ng coin purse! I love the amazing vendo. It’s a little more expensive compared to buying drinks at a supermarket (usually, a small 10-20 Yen markup) but worth the novelty, I say.
Of course, the green tea latte milk! Next to it is an average milk from McDonalds.
An interesting looking building in Nishi-Shinjuku area
The world-famous crossing in Shibuya
It was around 8 in the evening and I think we took the other exit (facing Shibuya Mark City) so I couldn’t, for the life of me, find Hachiko the Dog statue. So, Shibuya 109 (ichi-maru-kyu) nalang.
Ichiran Ramen in Meiji-Jingumae (If you take Tokyo Metro) or Harajuku (If you take JR) It’s a chain ramen restaurant so I guess there’s one everywhere. You’ll just probably have to google away.
In Dover Street Market, Ginza
What will you do if someone proposed with this giant, lifelike Rose made of acrylic (or glass?)
Rose Bakery on the top floor. Where the impeccable Japanese (and expats) do their lunch/tea.
Bawal sa atin.
Until the next trip!!