hanami + urahara

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How’s it going? I’m in a pretty good mood today! Today was supposed to be my back-to-work day, so I got up and headed to school as usual only to be told to go home and come back Wednesday. Actually I thought things were taking a downturn when I got to the door and realised I had forgotten my key, but I managed to climb through a window (I wonder if any of my neighbours saw) and things were fine, lol.

Finally did some hanami on Saturday! I haven’t done a proper hanami in a couple of years, since last year I wasn’t feelin’ so hot and had to go home after about half an hour.

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Yoyogi-koen. Soooo many people. It’s crazy. When you’re walking through the trees you can just hear the decibels rising with every step. We had a lot of fun drinking in the trees, though.

One thing, however, I really wanted to do while I was in the area is take some pictures of my favorite shops. I have a plan to try drawing and watercoloring these later.

I’ll put them here.

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〒150-0001 Tokyo, Shibuya, Jingumae, 4 Chome−28-28 Lucessimo1F-B

Popped in here to buy a really cute necklace, actually.

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Nadia
〒150-0001 Tokyo, Shibuya, 神宮前4丁目28-29

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Romantic Standard
〒150-0001 Tokyo, 渋谷区Jingumae, 4−25−35 渡辺ビル

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〒150-0001 東京都渋谷区 神宮前 3丁目21−10 フィールドワンビル101

Actually I never shop here, but the store front in so interesting to me.

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〒150-0001 東京都渋谷区神宮前4-28-7 RDMビル B1F

I’ve never been in here, either, but I have an ancient picture of me in high school standing next to their sign just because of the name.

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Moena Cafe
東京都 渋谷区 神宮前 4-27-2

Another place I’ve never been, but I love these stairs.

I almost never go to actual Takeshita-doori because of the crowds. The last time I tried going there was a Wednesday, so I thought it would be OK, but no. Takeshita-doori is perpetually unmanageable now. And all my favorite shops have packed up and left. :/

Urahara is the best, though. Maybe one of my happy places.

Also popped in for a delicious burrito bowl at Guzman y Gomez.

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Guzman y Gomez
〒150-0001 Tokyo, Shibuya, Jingumae, 1 Chome−11−6, ラフォーレ原宿 Laforet Harajuku

Guacamoleeeeeeeee!

Anyway, it was a good day. I’ll let you know how the paintings go.

Off to the night job now. Later. 🙂

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dazzlin’ gets

Happy Humpday everybody! Tried out my new DUP liquid eyeliner and it is shamefully better than the Ettusais cat eye liquid liner I usually buy. D:

And the IF eating is going strong! Broke the fast today with more chicken on salad with quinoa.

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If you haven’t tried the new yuzu-style salad chicken at Family Mart… Don’t. It’s nast af. :/

I ended up eating the onigiri as an after school snack.

But anyway!

Sometimes I get lucky at this school and they let me go after lunch. I was headed home, walking through the EST, for a few hours before going back out to meet friends when a dress caught my eye from dazzlin’.

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please ignore my zombie face thnx

It’s adorable! Two pieces, and grey camisole-type under dress with the poof-sleeved grey sweat to fit over it. And just as I showed it to the staff girl, she came running back with the cutest and most comfortable rider’s jacket ever.

Long story short, I threw down. Financially, lol

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About 6900Y

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I have actually been wanting a rider’s jacket for a couple of years now, but every time I find one I like it’s either a) too expensive or b) too stiff. This one is faux leather of course, and perfectly flexible and stretchy. Fits great and not a bad price. No regrets. ♡

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The tote was a gift for spending over 8000Y, which I really should NOT have done, but I did it anyway and OH WELL NOTHING I CAN DO NOW HAHA

So yea. I’m off to meet some peeps and enjoy the midweek. Cheers!

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shinjuku spiritual

moi

Hello and thank you for coming here to this blog of mine. Thank you for even reading this sentence. And this one. But not this one. I don’t owe you anything, unless I owe you money. In which case, let’s be honest here, you’re probably never going to see that again.

I started this blog because I could.

“You can’t!” They said.

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“I can!” I said, and then I did. It was all very heroic and exciting; you really should have been there.

However, as your protagonist, I feel it important to impart on you something of a preview (or a warning) of what is to come. This blog is of a personal nature, so posts will be of a somewhat personal nature. Not too personal, since we just met and all (I mean, you could at least buy me dinner or something first), but things will focus on my general life.

Now, my life is very tragic and exhilarating, especially if you’re living it, but might quite possibly not be if you’re not. If you’re not interested, that’s fine. I don’t begrudge you. In fact occasionally on a Wednesday afternoon, sipping tepid coffee from a dubiously hygienic mug, I myself am not (interested, that is. I haven’t been “not” since before I was conceived which is a very strange and awkward topic I’m going to stop talking about now). However, if you are interested, let’s look at this blog as a learning opportunity: Things you shouldn’t do, things you don’t need to do, things that puzzle you as to why anyone would every do, and pictures. Lots and lots of pictures.

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Yes. They said that I couldn’t, but indeed I did! Of course when they said it, they were referring to paying with a credit card, but that would be hardly relevant here, would it?

Cheers from a dish.

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