This was a lightning trip we made to Tokyo a few weeks ago (yes, I know I keep without updating my blog, sorry…). For such a short time (we arrived on a friday night and came back to Seoul on sunday afternoon) we saw quite a bunch of places (Harajuku, Shibuya, Roppongi, Akihabara, Asakusa, etc.).
The big amount of bicycles you can see in Tokyo amazes me. Although it’s one of the most densely populated cities in the world, Tokyo has so many streets for pedestrians and many times reminds me of any European city.
We all know how much Japanese like fetishism. In Asakusa market you can buy college girls’ boobs that you can eat 😛
Finally, more than two years after I graduated from ISU, I met my friend Chiho again 😀
We could see a traditional Shinto wedding at Meiji Shrine, very near Harajuku Station.
Takeshita Street, one of the most mopular streets in Tokyo, where you can also see many cosplayers.
With Thanita and Chiho at a sushi-restaurant.
¿What the heck is a 2CV doing in Shibuya? They say in Tokyo you can expect to see anything 😀
Having dinner in Shibuya, from left to right, Harumi, Thanita, Pablo and Satomi. (Thanks to Thanita who spent hours looking for a restaurant with room enough for almost 20 people we were!)
At Asakusa Temple, from left to right, myself, Itzíar, Ciro, Alex, and Jairo.