Katherine Marsh

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The Hello Sandwich Tokyo Guide is a guide for people who like travelling like a local.

The Hello Sandwich Tokyo Guide is a guide for people who like travelling like a local.

Hello Sandwich Tokyo, Japan, Travel Guide // Reviews Tokyo suburbs including Shimokitazawa, Harajuku, Shibuya, Kichijoji, Nakameguro, Daikanyama, Shinjuku, Omotesando, Koenji. For people who like travelling like a local and visiting hidden places off the beaten track, from where to rent a bike, the best coffee, the best craft shops, the coolest shops, the cheapest drinks, the most delicious pizza, the best izakaya, the cutest cafes, the coolest hotels and loveliest parks

Hello Sandwich Tokyo, Japan, Travel Guide // Reviews Tokyo suburbs including Shimokitazawa, Harajuku, Shibuya, Kichijoji, Nakameguro, Daikanyama, Shinjuku, Omotesando, Koenji. For people who like travelling like a local and visiting hidden places off the beaten track, from where to rent a bike, the best coffee, the best craft shops, the coolest shops, the cheapest drinks, the most delicious pizza, the best izakaya, the cutest cafes, the coolest hotels and loveliest parks

cafe Stay Happy is a quaint travel cafe in Shimokitazawa. This is another cafe with hammocks inside. Its bohemian-inspired interior is a sight for sore eyes. Their menu is reasonably priced, with all of their food being organic, with vegan and vegetarian choices. cafe Stay Happy is another perfect place for brunch and afternoon tea.

cafe Stay Happy is a quaint travel cafe in Shimokitazawa. This is another cafe with hammocks inside. Its bohemian-inspired interior is a sight for sore eyes. Their menu is reasonably priced, with all of their food being organic, with vegan and vegetarian choices. cafe Stay Happy is another perfect place for brunch and afternoon tea.

A quick hop from Shibuya and Shinjuku, Shimokitazawa is a nice change of pace from the craziness of the big city. We stumbled upon this little shop selling books and curiosities with seating areas where one can take in the scene over a cuppa, and feel safe about burying one’s face in a book and being lost in thoughts.

A quick hop from Shibuya and Shinjuku, Shimokitazawa is a nice change of pace from the craziness of the big city. We stumbled upon this little shop selling books and curiosities with seating areas where one can take in the scene over a cuppa, and feel safe about burying one’s face in a book and being lost in thoughts.

Arredare il bagno in stile etnico (Foto) | Designmag

Arredare il bagno in stile etnico (Foto) | Designmag