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Adventures in Japan | Tokyo

By Lostbutnotfound @lostbutntfound
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[Meiji Shrine Inner Garden] japan-64
[Shibuya Crossing]   japan-37
[Sake barrels at the Meiji Shrine]  japan-40
[Hangin' out at a cat café] japan-53
[The famous Harajuku area]  japan-54
[Santa Monica Crepes in Harajuku]  japan-583
[Senso-ji Temple] japan-582
[Senso-ji Temple] japan-568
[Tsukiji fish market]
      Among all of the cities we visited in Japan, Tokyo was by far the busiest. It was rare that we weren't brushing elbows with strangers, and moments of serenity were only found in our hotel room. While I love cities like New York and Los Angeles, there was something overwhelming about Tokyo. Nevertheless, I really enjoyed discovering the myriad different areas around the city and eating deliciousness along the way. On one of our first days in Japan, we accidentally came across the Meiji Shrine, which was outfitted with beautiful flowers and numerous Sake barrels. I snuck pictures like the first in this post, and admired the beauty of the newly blooming flowers. Aside from temples and shrines, Tokyo brought something different to the table-- a cat café! While cats aren't my favorite animal, sipping on a cappuccino while petting these fluffy cats was something I'll never forget. 
And...that's the last of my Japan coverage! I discovered that I just flat out didn't edit my photos from the last 4 days of the trip, so here we are. Sorry about that! I'm going to keep this post short, because I've got a long to-do list that I've been avoiding like none other.
At the end of July, it'll be my four year blogging anniversary, and I have a big announcement that I'll be making in that post. Stay tuned! xoxo Isabelle 
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