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There is all types of guides where to go when you are in Japan, but why not listen to someone that is more like you, that has lived there twice and know her way around?
Let’s travel StreetGyaru wise
First of all: Tokyo has about 130 million people so NO there is not “one” city in this over-the-top-huge city!
In Tokyo you should try and book a hotel/motel/holiday in around the
JR Yamanote Line
This line is like a cirkel that takes you to a bunch of the very best sightseeing in Tokyo!
Buy a SUICA card for a better Japanese and StreetGyaru way which means you just follow the flow with people BUT you can use different ways of keeping your card at hands. Me, I have a Penguin from 6%DOKIDOKI
On the Yamanote Line you have:
Shibuya – walk up Hachiko Exit and you will step out to the bussiest intersektion in the world, which might feel overly crowded but if you cross the intersektion (and yes, pick up your camera and film/take photo of this “real” StreetGyaru Tokyo!
For the best view, take a latte at Starbucks on the second floor of Tsutaya
More StreetGyaru guidlines will come!
London ♡ oh My god!
I didnt know! So close to Sweden and with Ryan Air fairly cheap there is a city full of surprises(o^^o)
Dont get me wrong, Tokyo is My Love, but its nice to know somewhere close but yet soo nice:)
My cousine, bless him, lives at Bacon street JUST by Brick Lane!
This street is just amazing☆
Here is My travelguide for you that dont just want to see BigBen and so on:
1) Vintage Emporium
This might be the most genuine vintage café place in the world! A lovely couple owns this place which takes you back to the 20th century in old England.
The small café is crammed with furniture from amazing ages and they serve the best Yoghurt and müsli I have ever tasted as breakfast! They also have 3 dogs that comes in three sizes and blend right in♡
Donwnstaires in the basement they have a vintage shop. The most delightful place with rare items and gorgeous hats! I fell in love and bought myself a darling English vintage hat from the 40s. The owners are collectors so they have such love for each item!
2) Brick Lane
How can I have missed this street before? Here you have small vintage shops in all sizes together with foodcorners, street art everywhere and so many cool stylish people and their fashion. Upper half is all shopping and further down is lots of Indian restaurant!
On syndays this whole street becames a market!! Just lovely♡
3) Soho – Carnaby street
Well, while I have left My darling in the Vinyl district of Soho, I walk around and end up in paradise!
Carnaby street is like a shopping dream for me:) There is Make Up Store, Monki, Cheap Monday, MUJI & IRREGULARE!
These shoes My dear readers are not just shoes! They are artwork! I tried on every single pair they had (almost, poor staff) and finally I bought a pair that will match My new hat(*^_^*）
I will hit you with more tips later but now, work is calling!
Shibuya by night! I just want you to understand what it is I see everyday and what makes me happy here in Tokyo! Just to bee and look around me! This is taken from Hachiko Crossing!
I cant hold it in anymore!
Its eating me from inside, this overwhelming, restless feeling that just want to be unleashed!
I wasnt strong enough and today I let my gard down and let me be sucked in to its sparkeling shimmer. Im talking of the shop-o-holic!
You may laugh at this but that just proved that you never have been under its spell!
You may love shopping but a shop-o-holic just gets sucked in to the endorfine that arouse when you have bought something new!
The first time I let it out was 4 years ago my first time in Tokyo and I have been really good for almost 5 weeks but today I couldnt! There is just to many kawaii things!!!
I just HAD to have those earrings.. just look at them! Kirei ne!
And a white top is always good to have, and a striped one and one with these cute little bows on it! And a okii (big) wallet is just a must ans ofcourse Anna Sui stockings!
The clothes are from ANAP and they were on SALE just for your information! (Oh who am I kidding..)
Do I even need to tell you that all this was kaidesu (bought) in Shibuya ❤
AND today after a very intense day in school I met Mai-san! My exchange partner from We.
We ate donburi at yosuya (ricebowls with topping…oishii.. delicious and only 35 SEK =400Yen)
Now Im back and I have cleaned my room and now I will eat, be ridiciously happy of my new things and watch a movie! (^_^)