I feel not so well at the moment but I've got to post about the last days in Japan. I'm happy about that memories and I'm happy to be in Japan again in August for some days.
Also there's nothing else to blog about atm so I continue with Tokyo now.
On Monday Michi and I were alone and so we decided to visit some areas we haven't seen yet. So Michi made a plan to visit Shin Ōkubo, also called 'Korea town', a really popular district.
Also, everywhere you look, pictures with K-Pop idols and shops with music stuff.
Michi is really into Korean music, lifestyle and so on so for her that area was much more interesting.
But finally we ended up in a Japanese 100 ¥ shop where Michi bought some cosmetics and I lashes glue 'cause one of my lashes didn't like the strong wind that day and a cute Gachapin case.
Michi wasn't that happy 'cause she hadn't find a Korean supermarket and so we left that area and had a long long walk directly to Shinjuku station. The weather was great and it was nice. We passed Kabukichō, Shinjukus red light district, but we hadn't the courage to walk through...for THAT time xD
At the station we took a short rest and I went to smoking area for a cigarette. Then we thought about where we go next.
We took Yamanote to Harajuku and then we walked down Omotesando dori 'cause Michi wanted to look there for some sweets shops she read about.
We passed a cute shrine where we had a look. Some cherry blossoms there were still blooming and it's always fascinating to find such a peaceful place inbetween lively Tokyo.
At Omotesando were a lot of designer stores but Michi wasn't lucky that day, she can't find her shop she wanted to visit. She was a little bit disappointed that day so we went after another walk to an Excelsior Café and had some matcha latte, Michi the iced form and I took a hot one.
Finally we came out at Shibuya.
So we strolled a little bit through the streets and shops and also we went to Tokyu Hands again. Michi wanted to buy another bento box she had seen a few days before but it wasn't in stock that time. Poor Michi, it wasn't her day.
But I found a cute sticker album and I bought it for my puricura.
|my sticker album and Gachapin case|
|Michi buying her cake|
I wrote my prepared letter at that cute stationary I bought the day before.
It was my first letter in Japanese and I tried so hard to write clear.
Michi was my test reader...she wasn't satisfied with my て and か
but in the end she were able to read it so I guess I did it well.
See ya next time!