The scenery in Japan is pleasant but never gets old. Their food and shopping has always a motivator for me whenever I my feet starts going numb from the long walks. My favourite resting place has to be the ramen shop. Bustling with life from the regular patrons, families and commuters really lights the atmosphere up. Here I am with a bowl of fragrant piping hot soup, along with a runny egg and chewy noodles lying in front of me, never failing to fill me up and asking for more.
You could probably tell that I have been getting loads of ramen, but I never get jaded from it. There are many specialty ramen stores that sell their own unique take on ramen and they are simply delightful.
Tokyo has towers and towers of shopping and it can never be completed in days. The shopping does not stop there, they have shopping in their underground subway stations and streets. During my time there I had a real hard time making decisions, I was spoilt for choices everywhere I turned.
On top of that, I already had a wish list I crafted before my trip here. My wish list had 3 things that I wanted from SSENSE. On the top of the list, a Chloe purple leather nano saddle bag. Next, the charming ivory shredded t-shirt and lastly, to sweeten it all a sweet pair of red leather beya loafers from Nicholas Kirkwood. SSENSE is a great site to find your designer products like Chloe, Burberry, Alexander Wang and the list goes on. I was really torn between the two of my choices, so I wisely decided to buy items out of my wish list that would complement them nicely. Sounds like a great excuse to buy more stuff and it probably is, but who knows what will happen to these goodies the next time I am here in Japan.