Day 7: Takeshita Street Shopping Spree

After visiting the Meiji Jingu Shrine, I decided to take another round on Takeshita Street.

I don’t seem to get enough of that place either… It’s located only ~200 meters from the Shrine entrance.

The Japanese telephone wires is not buried in the ground. They often look very tangled, much more than on this photo.

Tangled telephone wires

Tangled telephone wires

It started to rain. Again! But it’s OK, ’cause I spent most time indoors in shops… ;-p


Rainy Takeshita street

Rainy Takeshita street

I bought these tamagochi stickers for my niece. I hope she will like them.

Tamagochi stickers

Tamagochi stickers

Soooo, yes, I had another shopping spree… :-S

I fell in love with this shirt. (to the left) You can buy stuff like this in Europe too, but to the double price. I also fell in love with this lovely and cozy “jacket” in black velvet.



And when I saw this “The GazettE” shirt it just had to follow me home…

Anata wa GazettE ga suki desu!! ♥

Anata wa GazettE ga suki desu!! ♥

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