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Friday, February 17, 2017

[Amaya Travels] Tokyo, Japan (Snoopy Museum, Akihabara)

♡  Snoopy Museum ♡

Roppongi, Minato, Tokyo 106-0032, Japan

The super cute signboard!
A short walk away from Roppongi station is the Snoopy Museum, the first in Tokyo! Was really excited to go there because it was the first time I had to buy tickets from a Lawsons machine (which I did by myself! *achievement*)

Had a little gift shop and a restaurant in the museum as well! The restaurant is pretty expensive and popular, so I skipped it for Akihabara instead.

In other parts of Roppongi, it really looks chic!

♡  Akihabara ♡

Moving away from classy Roppongi, we have the gamer's and otaku's haven: Akihabara!

A friend recommended his favourite maid cafe, @home maid cafe! Forgot to let me know that each floor was themed as well, so I randomly picked a floor!

Omu-rice is a must try!

Shopped at another animate store!

Chanced upon an outdoor bazaar on the way to the Tokyo Anime Center!

Such pretty colours!

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Friday, February 03, 2017

[Amaya Travels] Tokyo, Japan (Tsukiji Market, Hamarikyu Gardens, Asakusa Temple)

♡  Tsukiji Market ♡

It was a rainy day when I travelled to these places, but it did not rain for most of the trip. The rain was a blessing in disguise because it was fairly light and kept the tourists away till later in the day XD

En-route to Tsukiji Market

Random Pokemon figurines in one of the shops in Tsukiji!

Yummy don!

Shopping mart of sorts?

♡  Hamarikyu Gardens ♡

1-1 Hamarikyuteien, Chuo, Tokyo 104-0046, Japan

Hama-rikyu Gardens was really quiet, and there was not much to see because it was autumn lol. I reckon it would be a pretty hanami-viewing place in spring, or full of flowers in summer!

Forgot that this gardens had opening hours.

Here in the wrong season hehe
♡  Asakusa ♡

When in Tokyo, one cannot miss the Asakusa Temple and shopping district!

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Pretty small crowd as the rain had just stopped!

If you walk around the Asakusa area before the shops are open, you get to see some pretty cool murals!

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