Tokyo Tower.

My Japan pics are nearly finishing — just one more day to go — but luckily, keoshi just started with his batches, so don’t forget to take a look, because it’s well worth it!

In Shimbashi, we visited the famous Nagakin Capsule Tower. This unique capsule hotel was built in the 70s, as a postwar hotel. The design is absolutely amazing and it’s quite a shame to see it a bit degraded.

DSCF6209 DSCF6210

Nakagin Capsule Tower. Isn't it beautiful?
Nakagin Capsule Tower. Isn’t it beautiful?


We then took a long stroll through Hamarikyu gardens, where, once again, the beautiful ancient nature blends effortlessly with the modern jungle.

DSCF6215 DSCF6217 DSCF6219

This is just one tree.
This is just one tree.

DSCF6221 DSCF6222 DSCF6223 DSCF6224 DSCF6225

Odaiba in the distance.
Odaiba in the distance.

DSCF6227 DSCF6229

Tea house.
Tea house.

DSCF6232 DSCF6233 DSCF6235 DSCF6236 DSCF6238 DSCF6239

Next stop, Tokyo Tower. I took a thousand and one photos to the same tower, but I’m just going to use one here. Ever since I fell in love with manga/anime, Tokyo Tower has been one of my dream destinations/landmarks to visit, and this was finally the day. The tower is brilliant, and even though we didn’t go up, we spent quite some time just staring at it, amazed.

DSCF6244 DSCF6249 DSCF6250 DSCF6260 DSCF6261

On our way back to the hotel we found a Matsuri, out of the blue. Unfortunately, it started raining quite a bit, turning into a huge storm so we went back to the hotel, where we awed at the storm outside (I managed to film a bit with the iPhone) and later got back to the party, where we had delicious street food.

DSCF6269 DSCF6271



Hope you enjoyed this one.