From the moment my butt hit the chair of the train from Narita Airport to downtown Tokyo, I fell in love. I meandered through the city, visited the Meiji Shrine, walked across Shibuya, rode in bullet trains, shopped at Daiso, gawked at the fashionable antics at Harajuku on Takeshita Street, wore in a yukata and wandered the alleys of Takayama and tasted sake all afternoon, soaked in the relaxing hot baths in the onsen experience and drank beer from a vending machine. But it still wasn’t…

5 Things You’ll Regret Not Doing in Tokyo

From the moment my butt hit the chair of the train from Narita Airport to downtown Tokyo, I fell in love. I meandered through the city, visited the Meiji Shrine, walked across Shibuya, rode in bullet trains, shopped at Daiso, gawked at the fashionable antics at Harajuku on Takeshita Street, wore in a yukata and wandered the alleys of Takayama and tasted sake all afternoon, soaked in the relaxing hot baths in the onsen experience and drank beer from a vending machine. But it still wasn’t…

Takeshita Street, Tokio, Japan

Takeshita Street, Tokio, Japan

Foodie Travel Tips - Japanese Crepes - Harajuku Crepes are the specialty of Takeshita Street. They are rolled up deliciousness.

Foodie Travel Tips - Japanese Crepes - Harajuku Crepes are the specialty of Takeshita Street. They are rolled up deliciousness.

When in Takeshita Street: Crèpes are mandatory #japan #tokyo  #takeshitastreet

When in Takeshita Street: Crèpes are mandatory #japan #tokyo #takeshitastreet

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