Japan 2017: A Rainy Lazy Day in Shibuya

It was day 5 in Tokyo, and Scott and I opted to stay in the city for the rest of our trip in Japan. We parked our luggage in a train station locker and spent a day lazily exploring the less-touristy spots in Shibuya. But mostly I just took photos of Scott goofing around. It was nice that we didn’t have to rush off anywhere, and thus got to check out some places that were recommended by friends.

Here’s a picture that shows our luggage for the ten days that we spent in Japan – Scott brought his backpack and duffle, while I brought my carry-on roller bag and a similar backpack (not pictured).
Bought some bread at 365 Nichi.
Visited a little clothes nook Fethers x Goffa.
Made a stop at Starbucks which featured a bookshelf and used Google Translate to read a Japanese-translated copy of The Giving Tree by Shel Silverstein.
Pretty much summed up my thoughts of the relationship between the tree and the boy.
Visited Meiji Shrine and took the less-traveled road out. I liked how the construction tarp showed the original facade. That was a very nice touch.
Wearing Shein velvet dress, Zaful lace choker, Jucy Judy coat, vintage earring, Tutu Anna socks, Paperplanes sneakers. Photo assist: Scott.
Photo assist: Scott.
Photo assist: Scott.
Scott pretending to be a vehicle because no pedestrians allowed.