Streets of Tokyo, Japan

I love taking pictures of streets, always have. I even have an older blog post where I put together a bunch of pictures of streets from some of my various travels. (You can read that here.) But it’s no secret that Japan is known for little magical alleys and streets. So here are just some…

Tokyo Day 4: Akihabara and a Buddhist Bar

Day 4 was our last day in Tokyo. We had the full day to explore and see the city and then had to be at the airport by about 11:00pm for our 1:00am flight back to Korea. We kicked the day off with some delicious donuts and coffee.     Just thinking about that donut…

Tokyo Day 3: Meiji Shrine, Shimokitazawa, and Golden Gai

The morning of Tokyo day 3 my friends and I decided to try to wake up at a decent hour and head out towards Meiji Shrine in an attempt to beat the crazy crowds that we had seen there the day before. I say “try” because by the time we left, stopped for coffee and…

Tokyo Day 2: Imperial Palace, Asakusa, and Sensō-ji

  Day two started off pretty late as we were still recovering from the very late flight over from Korea. One of my friends went to a cafe earlier in the morning and brought us back some coffee and snacks. We ate our little breakfast looking down at the street from the window in our…

Tokyo, Japan: Video

There are more blog posts coming about the 4 days I was in Tokyo but I just wanted to share this little video I put together! Japan is incredible and I hope this can give you a little bit of that feeling! Thanks for watching ^^     Tokyo, Japan: Video  

Tokyo Day 1: Shibuya, Harajuku, and Omotesando

I have loved Japan from afar for a long time. Thanks in part to my sister who started randomly studying Japanese for fun when she was about 10 years old, and partly due to the fact that one of the best summer’s of my life was my first semester teaching English at the ELI where, by…