Back to Ginza.

Thank you all for the get well wishes and the suggestions! Really appreciate it!

After all the excitement at the Koshien we embarked on one of the first Shinkansen back to Tokyo, where we picked up our luggages at our wonderful Airbnb place and went to Mitsui Garden Hotel, where we had been before. The feeling of going back to Ginza only deepened the certainty that the trip was coming to an end, and it was bittersweet.

In Ginza we explored the neighbourhood and discovered even more wonderful places.

Unmade bed in Osaka.
Unmade bed in Osaka.
Still in Osaka.
Still in Osaka.

Osaka.
Osaka.
Unmade bed back in Harajuku.
Unmade bed back in Harajuku.
Already in Ginza, trying out the drums.
Already in Ginza, trying out the drums.
Looking awesomely cool!
Looking awesomely cool!
Temple.
Temple.

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People seemed to be taking a break and sleeping rather than praying or worshipping.
People seemed to be taking a break and sleeping rather than praying or worshipping.
Party time.
Party time.

Cold Rooibos tea at Tsukiji market.
Cold Rooibos tea at Tsukiji market.
Deliiiiiiiiiicious lunch. This is, for me, the best way of eating fish.
Deliiiiiiiiiicious lunch. This is, for me, the best way of eating fish.
You can feel the freshness in every ingredient.
You can feel the freshness in every ingredient.
And one more, closer, just because it was so freaking delicious.
And one more, closer, just because it was so freaking delicious.
And a beer and a high end bar in Ginza, to get away from the heat outside.
And a beer at a high end bar in Ginza, to get away from the heat outside.
Tokyo is beautiful.
Tokyo is beautiful.

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K taking a pic.
K taking a pic.

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Delicious desserts.
Delicious desserts.
By night.
By night.

Now I know why it took me so long to publish all of these… It’s a little bit painful to see all of this come to an end. I really really miss this country.

Have a great day!

  • Beautiful photos!

    • akanekinomoto

      Thank you! =)