I stopped in Sanrio while passing through Harajuku, and bought these amazing unicorn slippers.
We had chicken nanban and oyakodon for lunch at Hashidaya in Shibuya. Coincidentally, we later ended up going to their Nakameguro location for Shabu-Shabu, with Eri and Rui. Totally different but equally delicious meals!
Mercer Brunch in Roppongi. Everything comes with a side of the most delicious french toast - even my veggie filled salad! One thing I learned is that Tokyo makes the BEST french toast. Who knew?
Shibuya crossing...I had a mild panic attack, after spending a little time in this area. I know that sounds so silly, being that I live in NYC, but I live in Brooklyn for that very reason. I also avoid Times Square for the same reason...I get a bad case of anxiety. But this was more about the fact that I was feeling claustrophobic and wearing an oppressive sweater during a heat wave. It was cold, when I left our hotel! I ended up buying the dress (above) and changing, because I felt like I was dying a slow, sweatery death.
But on our way out, we ran across a Where's Waldo? flash mob, so that was the best thing, ever. We later ran into them in Harajuku, and they all yelled, "Keiko-san!" Good memories, those Waldos.
The Hello Kitty is for my niece, but the onesie is all mine. If I could live in them, I would!
Zara striped knit dress
Vivetta hands collar
Seychelles flats (old)
ModCloth "Lovely and Lush" cat bag