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I told you right, that I spent my hole weekend in Harajuku at La Foret.. because there is FASHION WEEK here! ❤
So much and just soo little money.. so much time and soo much great stuff and its an autumf fair now in this great departmentstore with 5 floor with sugoi fashion! I almost bought this super expensive legwrmers (?) just because this gorgeous japanese salesgirl was talking to me and we had a conversation all in Japanese and she was just so sweet and said my nihongo was great 😉
But no, I didnt in the end, thank god though I just cant afford it to be honest!
Well, I saw two fashionshows and alot of crazy things these days and just had a blast! Then I´ve tried to have a relaxed week (not study though, I study more intense then ever) but moneywise! I cook (?) more in the guesthouse now and that is good.. well the food isnt really oishii (delicious) but its good not to eat out all the time ne! 😉
Yesterday (Thursday) I went to a concert with Bamei, my Thaiwanese friend, and it was great! The live-house was really similary to my work but the stage was bigger and ALOT more lights and better soundsystem;) It was Takeshi birthday so in the end of the gig, when he had left the stage, we took out glowsticks and started screaming ” Ta.ke.shi”! Finally he came back in and everybody at the audience (300-400 people) was singing Happy Birthday and waved their glowing stick:) Awesome ❤
Here are some pics from my week here!
Hi my wonderful new followers (and older ones ofcourse)!
I got myself an infection in my tonge and had to seperat myself from my piercing which Ive had since 10 years back! I know it may seem stupid to cry over this but its been there through some very important times in my life and now I feel an emptyness I havnt for a long time!
But to fulfill that emptyness I listen to music and I have some great swedish bands I want to support and if you could help me find these guys some gigs I would be more than happy!
Preferebly in Japan but otherwise is fine to! Would just be sweet to help them get their music out there.
I just ❤ weekends in Tokyo! So this weekend, I went with two friends to Yoyogi park and there, surprise, was a Brazilian Day festival! How about that! I just love that you can just stumble in to a festival while walking around in your favourite district (Shibuya).
Well, actually, we arrived around 7 and then it was kind of over, but still alot of people and food stands left! We hanged around for a while and then we went to Shimokitazawa!
Such a gorgeous little place with all these narrow streets and small shops and Izakayas everywhere!
I just love how there is always something to do and places to see and people to meet!
A lovely start of this weekend and the last train home was not as packed either (^-^)
Sunday I studied for a bit, then I went to Shibuya and walked up to Yoyogi park and the Brazilian Day festival was still going on! I looked at these capoeira-dancers (together with several houndred more) and all of a sudden, there is a drum-sound that echoes through the festival and people start to move to one specific place which ofcourse I do to! And there it was, a group of drummers, starting drumming away to a great beat as they drum they slowly walk their way ahead through the crowd. First of all I have never seen so many brazilian people before in Tokyo and second I have never seen so many Japanese guys shake their buts before! I joined in and started move to the beat as well and it was a great and happy feeling being a part of this happening!
Beers, foods on sticks, slushies and but-shaking! what is there not to enjoy!
After a pineapple-slushy and sausage-on-a-pin and some dancing in the crowd I was pleased and went back to Komazawa before the sky opened up and a heavy rain washed over the sparkeling light and drumming beat that ended one of several festivals in Yoyogi Park!