Western vs. Japanese breakfast. Which do you prefer? (Western comes first)
Today, me and Jess will go to Asagaya to get tattooed. I will get my very first tebori tattoo (japanese traditional style – no machine). I’m excited! And nice to rest my neck for a day. It’s totally broken.
Pictures from stroll in Asagaya.
So today I got my very first tebori tattoo in Japan. Tebori is the technique of tattooing by hand and means literally”to carve by hand”. I was very excited. I thought it would hurt more, but the tattoo artist – Yamato Bonten – was very professional and even played the GazettE on the computer while working, so I did actually find it all very cosy and I enjoyed every minute. People probably wonder what it feels like and I would say that it feels like what you expect it to: like if something thick is piercing your flesh in slow pace. I didn’t mind at all and I would like to do it again.
I recommend everyone to visit Yamato Bonten in Asagaya!
Mmmmm…. Japan has the best sushi!
In the evening, we went to a place in Kagurazaka that had VERY cheap beer: 180 YEN!!!! (like ~13 swedish kronor) Crazy crazy….
Categories: Me in Japan