|Rainy season adverts on the train|
Mind your wet umbrellas, please.
It's July, rainy season is (possibly) over, and summer plans are being made. June was a bit gloomy, and all I can remember doing was working, running, writing, working (and not sleeping), but I looked through my pictures and apparently I did a bit more, so here are some snapshots.
|Pizza was ordered and eaten.|
I love nights at my friends' houses, with take out and trash tv
|A typical Japanese vending machine I photographed while running|
My favourite drink is CC Lemon
|I photo boothed myself, of course|
|I ran a lot and wore Hello Kitty socks|
Spices it all up
|Deserted Shibuya at 7am|
I sent live pictures to my friends in Canada
|Friday beers (and stylish boys) at TOPMAN in Harajuku and Shinjuku|
(we'll travel everywhere for free stuff...)
|Cocktails on the roof of Lumine department store|
view of Shinjuku through a fence
|Smoked salmon tartine at Le Pain Quotidien|
one of my favourite brunch spots in Tokyo
|Zojo-ji Temple in Shiba Koen|
another favourite of mine
|Colourful Tanabata wish tree|
(more on that next week)
|Wandering around the temple,|
so peaceful and crisp
|Tokyo Tower peeking, hello|
|Spiking up some mango Frappuccinos|
We are classy girls....
|Posh neighbourhood Ginza|
and its pedestrian street
|My idea of a Saturday night in:|
red wine, scones, jam, crisps, and a movie
|Yes, I did go to Abercrombie & Fitch|
Yes, Tom answered my question. Can you guess?
|I spent an afternoon trying on clothes and shoes|
at TOPSHOP. The staff knows my name.
|My Japanese phrase book is full of cultural tidbits|
|Finally tried a restaurant that serves Oyster Pizza|
It was brilliant.
I like spending time in other Tokyo neighbourhoods, as I'm usually in Shibuya, but lately I've been exploring Shinjuku a bit more (a place I'm slowly warming up to), as well as areas on the other side of the Yamanote line.
July promises a few fun adventures, and I cannot wait to share.