Arrived in Tokyo pretty late, we were still excited to take a stroll and eat dinner. We stayed at Ikebukuro area and we found that Tokyo never sleeps! At 11 pm on Monday most of the restaurants were still open, people coming home from work and having dinner like it was still 7pm. It wasn't crowded, but the city was still alive.
Always love alleys. Full of stories.
The next day we had all day before flying back home at night.
We made a day stroll around Tokyo, to the typical tourist areas.
First was Tokyo's subway
Second was tasting Japanese pans!
This would be one of the highlights i had. Boyfriend bragged about this takoyaki i have to taste and he took me to here, i thanked him very much.
That whole batch, please. Thank you.
Just need a final touch of mayo.
Come to ma-mouth.
No, i did not buy any hello kitty stuff.
No I did not.
This basement cafe caught our eyes, as it was the perfect time for legs to rest.
Always in love with this kind of sight.
Still had some time but not much of money. So we made a stop to visit this inspiring legend.
The tourist information centre outside of Shibuya station.
This was a real potrait of Hachiko. There was an exhibition of Hachiko in photographs we would love to see, but too bad we didn't have the time to go.
So we spent the last coins to order us dinner from a machine in a restaurant. Eating in Japan wasn't as expensive as we thought it would be, and every bite we had there was very tasty.
Hambagu with yummy double sauce.
Made a promise that we will coming back here, someday.