• Fangirl catgirl outfit in Tokyo: Shein champagne crushed velvet dress, Dresslily knee-high cat socks, vintage floral gold earrings.
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    Tokyo: Yuri!!! on Ikebukuro

    I dedicated one day in our Japan trip for fangirling, much to Ottie’s chagrin. Yuri!!! on Ice brought me back to fandom after it captured my heart with its beautiful character styles, ice-skating sequences, and catchy original songs. It’s honestly one of the more consistently quality anime I’ve watched in a while, and it doesn’t hurt that it promotes a healthy (well, kinda) same sex relationship without resorting to tired-out tropes. Namja Town hosted a limited time Yuri on Ice exhibit, so of course I had to pay it a visit even though I’d been there before (also, wow the way I used to write was embarrassing). The indoor theme park has shrunk significantly since, but still worth a visit…

  • AmazonFWT style: Topshop velvet crop top, boyfriend sweater, Gamiss velvet embroidered bomber jacket, Zaful pink mirror sunglasses, Penshoppe cargo pants, Sammy Icon striped socks, Paperplanes white sneakers.
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    Tokyo Art Center: Alfons Mucha & Yayoi Kusama

    I’d been meaning to take an outfit photo at this reflection-gasmic structure leading to Shibuya Mark City that Ottie and I would pass by to and fro our lodgings. It’s a busy walkway, especially in the day, but I wasn’t going to let embarrassment get in the way of my vanity. On a side note, the mirrors reminded me of a short wordless comic I drew in school so long ago. Wearing Topshop top, Zaful sunglasses & choker, Ottie’s hoodie, Gamiss bomber jacket, Sammy Icon socks, Penshoppe pants, Paperplanes sneakers. Ottie needed a portable charger, so I introduced him to Don Quijote – land of all things you could ever imagine…

  • Male Jungle Carpet Python Snake at the Tokyo Snake Center in Tokyo.
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    Tokyo: World Breakfast All Day, Tokyo Snake Center, Preface: Image in Politics

    This was our first full day in Tokyo: When at first you think about how cute your husband is creating a bed fort to shield himself from the light but then he refuses to wake for the next two hours for the rest of the trip… Brunch was held at World Breakfast All Day, which focused on Israel for the months of March and April. It’s a small space and about twelve people sit at a table. Very cosy: Loved the little gold hands on the door. Menu! They also had non-Israeli foods if one wasn’t into hummus and stuff. Interesting titbits on Israel. The both of us didn’t get the…