Did you see the perfect rainbow in Tokyo this Friday?

A perfect rainbow appeared in Tokyo this Friday (11/7) and it was captured on film by many. It was a big unbroken arc and also had a faint double!

We have the moist air in Tokyo to thank for this!

And here’s some pictures from Twitter:

A perfect rainbow appeared in Tokyo

A perfect rainbow appeared in Tokyo

A perfect rainbow appeared in Tokyo

A perfect rainbow appeared in Tokyo

A perfect rainbow appeared in Tokyo

 

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NEW TYPE: the maid cafe where all cute waitresses are boys dressed up as girls.

Did you know there are maid cafes in Japan where all waitresses are boys dressed up as girls?

NEW TYPE | Akihabara

I sure would love to visit a t place like this! They are so cute! A man dressed as a woman is called “Otoko-no-ko” (She-men) in Japan.

This place is called NEW TYPE and can be found in Akihabara, Tokyo.

See NEW TYPE’s Official Webpage!

Meeting ray in Shibuya

This tuesday it was time for me and Jessica to meet Ray (one of our focus artists) and his support guitarist. But first we enjoyed some extremely delicious salmon sashimi in Aoyama. Mmmm, I love it so much!

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And some udon noodles!

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And some spring rolls!

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Then we headed to Shibuya. Lot’s of people as always.

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We went by a pet shop with adorable dogs and cats…

In Shibuya we met Ray and together we went to a restaurant at which you could drink as much as you wanted for six hours. Absolutely crazy, that business idea would never work in Sweden. ^^

Reil (ray)

Reil (ray)

ray Official Webpage

But we had such a good time and after a while, Yuki, ray’s support guitarist showed up as well. We enjoyed good food, like takoyaki (a favorite of mine, it’s fried octupus with mayonnaise).

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We continued to a karaoke bar where we spent the whole night and sang ’til our throats hurt. Awesomely fun!

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Finally I’ve ended up at a karaoke bar in Tokyo. ^^ We missed the last subway of course and had to stay there ’til it opened again in the morning. But first, we restored our energies at a noodles restaurant.

We had a blast so I hope I’ll see these two guys again, very good people. ^^

Japanese McDonalds has pink hamburgers!

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A fortune teller in our neighbourhood. Apparantly, Japanese fortune tellers can have golden antennas on their head. ^^

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Decoration at our hotel.

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I don’t want to go home to Sweden. I really don’t. This is painful. But soon we must go home…

Harajuku, Ikebukuro and birthday party

This Friday, I took a short trip to Harajuku to buy some presents.

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Later, me and Jessica headed to Ikebukuro to celebrate her birthday together with Hiraoki (I -アイ- ) and Rysuke (Doukoku) with friends.

We had a really good time and missed the last subway home. We had to take taxi. ^^

Happy birthday Jessica!

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