Saturday, July 6, 2013

JAPAN ~episode I~

Sorry for being probably silent for while, for these days I've been engaged in preparing my trip to Japan with my friends at primary school, thus, currently we are in Hakone Town about to complete the day four schedule.

Honestly speaking, it's my debut experience to another country, as for times I had been too lazy to make any practical plans.Nerve, insecurity, and a little bit of sudden homesickness filled in my brain on the first day of our trave l.However, as our flight landed punctually and safely at Natari Aiport, all that concern came out of my way in a sudden and I was so eager to explore a brand new culture and staffs in a new country ever than before.

We headed to Odaiba in Tokyo after checking in the hostel Khaosan Tokyo Labarory for some night treasure. Of course the Sky Wheel at the Platte Town caught our heart at the first sight we arrived. There was a moment I believe that the whole world had turned into complete silence except for us. And there was almost nothing better than overlooking the nightscape of Tokyo with the rainbow light flaring.

What I expected the most was the second day's schedule and sure it was. Not to mention the unbelievable view from the observatory of Tokyo Tower or the harmonious air at the Imperial Palace, we were fortunate enough to have met the Emperor of Japan when we are just getting of the railway station.I was also surprised to spot a supersonic vintage silk shirt with fire frame embroidery by Johnny Suede at Jumpin' Jack's and a gorgeous printed jacket at Kinsella. 


















On the third day we went on some busy walk around Tokyo including the notable Sensoji Temple, the University of Tokyo, Akihabara, Ginza area,and the significant Tokyo Skytree.

Right now I'm sitting in front of my notebook(though my roommates have all gone to sleep) and waiting for the fifth day to come after a dramatic foggy foggy day in Hakone Town enjoying the cool wind, moist air, hot spring, and a series crush of traditional Japanese yum!


Going to bed right now, talk to you guys later. Have a nice weekend!

8 comments:

  1. Seems like you're having a great time, enjoy it!

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  2. your photos are absolutely gorgeous, I love the grid format, looks so crisp and organized. Looks like you are having an amazing time :)

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  3. Wow so awesome! Great to know you're enjoying Japan
    xx
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