Hello dear readers! How are you?
I really need to do my Japanese homework… but I just want to post about the wonderful day I had on Sunday!
I attended the Harajuku Fashion Walk for the first time. People who love Harajuku style gather together and take a walk through the streets of Harajuku. Everyone’s outfits were wonderful, and there was a great variety of styles. People from all over the world participated!
Your can see a report on the Japanese Streets website here:
Please watch the video, there’s a great bit with eveyone’s fancy shoes walking by! Look out for mine and my friends~
After the walk we took pictures together near Meiji Shrine, and then took purikura ❤
We have divided into light and dark! Don’t worry, we’re all friends really.
Somehow I always take pictures by this bridge, and it always looks like it’s snowing!
It was my first time to take purikura with them. I’m sure we’ll do it a lot more in the future!
Long live Harajuku fashion!
That’s plenty of excitement for one day, isn’t it? However, in life in Tokyo always offers more excitement than usual!
My friend had invited the number one lolita, Miss Misako Aoki, to dinner. Kind friend that she is, she invited me too! Four of us went to a Singaporean restaurant in Ebisu.
Three beautiful ladies and me! And one handsome merlion too.
Misako seemed to like the Singaporean food, and she said that she loves English scones! So both halves of me were very happy.
Afterwards we did a little shopping, had tea and took purikura.
Spending the evening with Misako was wonderful. She has travelled to many places, so I really enjoyed hearing about her visits overseas. My Japanese is so poor compared to my friends’ though, I was a bit embarrassed. But she was very patient.
This first month in Japan has been full of precious memories. I have met so many nice people and gained friends from all over the world. Coming to Tokyo has been even better than I imagined! I wonder what’s waiting for me in the future?
See you next time,