And finally, Tokyo

Wow, this was a long time in coming. I apologize for the lack of posts lately and for this one being so late. Work in December and January has been insane and has only just started to normalize. I have another busy weekend coming up, so I wanted to share this post before things get too hectic.

I only spent a couple of days and nights in Tokyo this trip. The photos below are from a few places. I walked through Yoyogi park and checked out Meiji Shrine. I also spent some time in the Harajuku area. I walked through Takeshita street and found a quiet shrine a few minutes away. I wandered through the Omotesando area and through various neighbourhoods. I also walked around near Shibuya station to see Hachiko and the famous Shibuya scramble crossing. There are also quite a few pictures from the Asakusa area, my favourite go-to place!

I hope you have a wonderful rest of the week and a great weekend!! I’ll try to be posting on a more regular schedule once this weekend is over.

What is your favourite place to travel to?


4 thoughts on “And finally, Tokyo

  1. VTNessa says:

    Very lovely, but it makes me thankful to not live in a big city. 🙂

    I haven’t traveled much outside the USA, but I was able to go to Scotland this past summer and that was splendid! I am ready to move there (if only that were possible). The pace of life is much better, everyone takes time to help their neighbors, drivers are much more considerate as well as the people more hospitable, and a proper cup of tea can be gotten! I greatly enjoyed walking through a field in the highlands and having a conversation with the sheep milling about. 🙂

    How disorienting was it to walk through the mirrored entry to the escalator? I feel discombobulated simply looking at that picture… yet also intrigued by it!

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    • Ally says:

      Scotland is fantastic, I’m so happy you were able to visit. It’s definitely one of my favourite places, especially the highlands. The mirrored plaza wasn’t too disorienting, but I kept my hand on the rail just in case haha 🙂

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