Speaking of my recent Japan trip…
Time passed too fast but at the same time, too slow. Where 15 hours could feel like only 5 minutes had gone by, and 5 minutes could feel like it’s been 15 hours…
I find it effortless and non-intimidating for me to jump in and out of this realm. I needed a break from Hong Kong, and the many multiple worlds that exist within this world prove that there is always something new to discover…uncover…recover…
Til next time.
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Despite all the times I’ve been to Japan, I’ve actually never been to Yoyogi Park until this trip. I have this one side of me that’s completely all about the city, and then there’s this other side that’s likes to meditate in nature and zone out.
So this is a little post dedicated to that nature freak in me. The side that likes to take photos of trees, moss, and chill with ravens.
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While Amanda and I were in Omotesando, we randomly found Luke’s Lobster. Oh My Goodness. There’s nothing in life that my mouth loves more than this. (Hey now!)
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Super A Market was one of my favorite spots in Tokyo. Located in Aoyama, this multi- brand store houses a mix of luxury items in a fun, easy, and light space that resembles the feel of shopping in a supermarket. I was too caught up in looking at the racks to take proper photos, but here are the ones I managed to sneak in.
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A few weeks ago I was in Tokio with one of my closest girl friends from Singapore. We decided to spend the Chinese New Year break over there to get some much needed rest, relaxation, and research.
Since we are both interested in the fields of fashion, art, and design, we knew that Tokyo would be a perfect spot to find new ideas. I really take inspiration from all the details from the different spaces; you can really feel how complete the vibe is by just looking at the pictures.
Here are some photos from the trip after the jump.
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While in Tokyo, I was able to finally see T-Site, the spin-off bookstore by Tsutaya located in my favorite neighborhood, Daikanyama. This impressive bookstore was designed by architecture firm Klein Dytham, western architects who are based in Japan and who also designed the Google Japan office.
What T-site did right was that they went beyond being a conventional bookstore, and instead curated a lifestyle of learning and exploration.
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On our flight back to Singapore from Hawaii, we had a stopover in Japan for 10 hours. (But really, only around 5 hours to roam around after sorting out our flights, switching airports, and taking the train back and forth to the city.) So lovely to be able to visit Tokyo again even for a short bit.
Here’s our short but sweet Photo Diary after the Jump…
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