Three Japanese Instagrams you should be following

In essence, three things make up Japan:

Constructions
Food
and Cats.

The following are three Japanese Insta accounts which according to yours truly,  immaculately showcase just that.

1.@jibesy


@Jibsey captures (through some insanely good photos) the electric energy, the hustle and bustle, the high-rise buildings, the lights, the sex, the old, the new, the beautiful and the ugly that makes the world’s greatest city, Tokyo.

2.@atsuya_mate

Every day, Atusya makes me salivate. From my understanding, he’s the exceptional head chef of MATE CAFE and bloody talented. He shares saliva-inducing creations from traditional  Japanese food to mama mia Italian pasta. In my opinion, his feed is a breath of fresh air among the infinite monotonous insta foodies accounts blending into one giant raw bar.

3.@u_m_e_c_o

I was never a cat person. Without a smidgen of hesitation I’d always answer (and by answer, I mean proudly scream) “DOG!” to the this or that question. However; following u_m_e_c_o has changed my perspective. This I believe, is due to the genius pairing of the once snobby, moody, scratchy cat with my one and only: FOOD. Seriously. I can’t even. I go to sleep mesmerized by u_m_e_c_o’s  feed and wake up in desperation to check it. Watashi wa cat-addict desu. If there’s one account you ought to be following, it’s THIS!

 

6 comments

      1. I didn’t get very well acquainted with Tokyo I actually only spent a couple days there in 1961. Mostly around the Ueno Train Station. I rode a subway across the city one day and actually got off at the right station, never did figure out how that happened, someone gave me a note I guess. That city is a lot more modern than it was in those days I do believe. I spent two years on northern Honshu at Misawa Air Force Base that was like home when I left. Lots of great seafood in the winter months up there. A very special place.

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