Showing posts from July, 2014

Tokyo Day 4; Alice in a Dancing Land 舞踏の国のアリス

Chance upon the Alice in Wonderland themed restaurant in Shibuya. I wanted to head there ever since i see pictures of the Alice restaurant. It's managed by the Diamond Dining which owns a couple of themed and concept restaurant in Japan.

It is a wonderful and magical place. I think it is worth a visit as the place is beautifully decorated and even the food is also Alice Themed. There is a huge carousel sitting in the middle of the restaurant.

I wanted to head to Alice in a Magical Land and i didn't know that there were like a total of 6 different concept Alice restaurants in Japan. So instead of heading to the Magical land one, we went into the Alice in a Dancing Land.

The rest of the other Alice restaurant looks amazing too. Would want to visit them sometime. Find out more about the rest of the Alice Restaurant over here:

Do note that the restaurant charges a 'cover charge' of 500 yen and they actually limit the time you spend at the resta…

Tokyo Day 4; searching for One Piece

We headed to Mugiwara Store at Shibuya Parco Part 1.

It's a wonderful store with all things ONE PIECE.

New world Log Pose.

Love how they use Luffy's Hat as details for their lights.

Yup, kachapon.

Happy boy with his ONE PIECE buys.

Happy girl.

After visiting the store, we headed to a japanese anime bookstore with a huge stash of second hand books and anime items.

Rows and rows of mangas, books and toys in glass shelves. Its a nice place to shop.

Tokyo Day 4; Harajuku

Harajuku is just a short distance away from Meiji Shrine. So we headed to Takeshita Street which is iconic for Harajuku. 
Love the colours and attention grabbing stuffs.

I've researched online and heard that Sunday is the best time to head down to Harajuku/Yoyogi park. Because you will see people parading around in odd outfits.

Here is a colourful couple.

We also visited the Calbee Shop at Takeshita Street, Harajuku. Fresh and delicious chips and fries.

Fries on the left which is super good! and on the right, chips drizzled with maple syrup and cheese. The flavour can only be bought at Harajuku store!

After which, we tasted Harajuku crepes. There were two stores which is famous for their crepes. We tried Marion crepes cause it had the flavour we wanted.


Drink of the day. 

Takeshita Street also had an interesting store selling all types of lucky box. It's basically a box with items inside. If you are lucky, you might win iPhones.

Bought one for the fun of it and won …