Showing posts from June, 2016

Japan - A day at Harajuku

Harajuku is similar to Shibuya, a place where trendsetter gather. Visit Laforet Harajuku for various fashion brands, which many locally designed, expensive thou. #1 Tokyu Plaza is opposite to Laforet, is a must visit location, for its rooftop garden, and of course, shopping paradise. #2 I went straight to its 6th floor for the well known rooftop terrace that overview the Harajuku scenery. #3 Interesting design right? Best spot for gathering under the windy and cooling weather.  #4 Harajuku street view. #5 Both tired face as we didn't sleep the night before, just for the sake of visiting  Tsukiji Fish Market  for its tuna auction.  #6 I would come here, bring my fitness book, cooking book, or even laptop; and spend the whole afternoon here.  #7 My man spotted his favorite Head Porter store. Yeah, wallet damaged here. Hahahha. XD Do not forget to stroll around Takeshita Street for snacks, lolita clothing, funny & strange

Japan - Re:Nature Organic Cafe

I always love organic food because the cooking method and choices of ingredients made me feel healthy. After the Brown Rice by Neal's Yard Remedies , here is another organic cafe that we managed to try it out at Harajuku. #1 You have to walk through a spiral staircase to go up to the cafe. #2 Very zakka feel signage. #3 Yes, you can enjoy your day at the roof top area, looking at the busy Harajuku street. Seriously, YOLO.  #4 The entrance. #5 The simple blackboard menu. #6 My meal - Brown rice with stewed radish, salad, side dishes & soup, 1000 yen . Always love radish and such a big and round radish, oh my! Love it!  #7 Here is behind the scene of a nice flatlay food photo. Haha. You have to stand tall, and taller, and tallest to get the best angle. XD #8 Our dessert - cake with tea, 600 yen . I seriously can't recall what flavor is this cake. But it was a special taste and we sort of love it. #9 Cups