• OUTFITS,  TRAVELOGUE

    Still in Shibuya

    I don’t think you can claim to have visited Tokyo if you haven’t at least visited Takeshitadoori and joining the throngs of pedestrians at the famed Shibuya crossing. So we did just that, it being Ruru’s first time in Japan and all. But first, we paid a little visit to Meiji Shrine – the onset of spring was quite pretty: This man was pretty cool sweeping the pebbles while barely touching the ground! We stood there for a while admiring him go about his work. I couldn’t pass up the opportunity for an outfit shoot when we wandered into a quieter part of the shrine: This time I didn’t have…

  • FOOD,  OUTFITS,  TRAVELOGUE

    Nara Park in Winter

    We bade fond farewells to the yummy city of Osaka the next morning by having a hearty breakfast at Za Meshi-ya (ザ めしや), a 24 hour restaurant specialising in Don. That raw egg in a bowl? You’re supposed to pour it over your rice and mix it in – we didn’t know what to do with it and clarified this with the waiter who mimed it for us while explaining in Japanese. Thank you kind sir! We also scored a cheesecake from Rikurou Ojisan no Mise! They weren’t even open for business yet, but the kind staff took one look at the three of us rolling around our luggages and obliged our…