Vignettes from Life in Tokyo Japan
Tokyo and Japan sure are different from back home, and in a good, refreshing, cultural way. Alleys are lined with unlocked bikes that don’t get stolen. There are essentially no public trash cans to be found anywhere, yet the city is still very clean from trash. 7-11 stores offer tasty and nutritious to go meals. People will go out of their way to help you. And so much more!
I am 5’11” tall standing in my Airbnb apartment with the interior door height shown behind me
Bathroom was designed as if for a small sailboat; the sink overlapped into the shower and the shower was so thin that my left shoulder had the shower curtain draped over it while my right shoulder was against the wall
I never knew that french fries could taste as good as these in Ueno Park; how do they make it so different?
Graceful and enjoyable Geisha performers at Happoen Garden
Sumo wrestlers demonstration competition