The More I See, The Less I Know For Sure

Despite the bright lights and overpopulation, Shinjuku (housing the world’s busiest railway station) is surprisingly quiet. Over-photographed Shibuya crossing is surprisingly small in size and Harajuku isn’t bursting with Harajuku girls. This is why travelling is important. We need to SEE for ourselves.

I have decided what I like most of Tokyo is its diversity. Diversity is the life of this city. From its tacos to its art aquariums, it’s buzzing. image[9]
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The view from our free hotel – thanks to Mina’s amazing organising skills. image[3]image[2]
Guzman y Gomez – an Australian Mexican-food chain in Japan (go figure).
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100% organic milk soft-serve from SOFTTREE in Laforet Harajuku.
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Harajuku desu.
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Over 8000 goldfish.
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The happiest place on earth.
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I can’t stop. I won’t stop.
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Shibuya desu.

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