Day 3: Princess for 1 hour in MaiDreamin

Ever since first time I heard about Japanese maid cafes, I wanted to visit one. Maid cafes is a sort of cosplay restaurants that have grown especially popular in areas like Akihabara. Originally these cafes were designed to attract the fantasies of so called “otakus”; Japanese “nerds” (mostly males) who are obsessive fans of video games, manga and anime. When you become a costumer of a maid cafe, you will be entitled as master (if you’re a male) or as a mistress []

DAY 2: Roppongi and Laforet

It’s been a rainy day, but not that cold though. I spent all morning in Harajuku and on Takeshita Street for a crazy and unruly shopping spree, but now I had to take care of some serious stuff… I noticed this morning that… lo and behold… the worst thing imagined had happened to me. MY HAIR FLAT IRON WAS BROKEN! *lol* Well, if I don’t flatiron my hair, people might mistaken me for a troll, so I really had to do something []