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Following on from Thailand the next stop was Tokyo ?
Tokyo legitimately blew my mind – I love the city and I’m a city girl through and through…so this place was utterly mind blowing.
Tokyo is like no other, it’s like in a league of its own. From the fashion, to the technology, to the food.
The colours! Oh my goodness the colours. There is no way you can stay sad for too long, those bright colours around you just make you buzz and make your soul full!
Tokyo is a huge contrast – It’s such a big place situated over many districts. There’s heaps of shopping and hustle and bustle but you can jump off a few stops away and be blessed with some amazing natural parks like YoYogi park where I visited. It was stunning, the colours during winter of the plants and leafs ? STUNNING guys.
I headed to Disney in Tokyo too and that was so fun – over the Christmas period it’s so cosy and they have some amazing Disney accessories that I just had to buy. I got myself a beautiful quirky Alice in Wonderland bag – It’s so cute and I’ve stopped using it so much so as to make sure it doesn’t die on me too quickly!
There was also a car show on at the time so I headed on out there to check it out. I spent around 9 days in Tokyo so it wasn’t a lot of time considering how much there is to cover in Japan.
Next time? LONGER!
Here’s some photos from in and around the city – I’ll save YoYogi park for a separate post ?
Tokyo is an incredible palce – if you love the city – be sure to visit some day!
Here are some photos from in and around Tokyo itself, I hope it inspires you to get your next trip booked!
Where are you next off to? Leave a comment below, I would love to hear about your adventures.
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