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Tuesday, May 11, 2010

Japan Day 5 - Harajuku

Harajuku, is the center of Japan's most extreme teenage cultures and fashions styles, but also offers shopping for grown-ups and some historic sights.

Another particular street, Takeshita Dori, lined by many trendy shops, fashion boutiques, used clothes stores, crepe stands and fast food outlet geared towards the fashion and trend conscious teens.

People in Japan are so realistic that they fully utilise man power. They even work as a mannequin. Just joking, caught this guy on candid.

Stumbled upon a kebab shop along the road owned by a British dude.

Lunch break. Steamboat !

After lunch, it's more shopping. Left and right, every corner, every inch of this street, there are shops. You name it, brands from Burberry, Coach, Laura Ashley, Mont Blanc...bla bla bla
It's a heaven for people who shop till they drop. Oh ya, did I mentioned that I did visit a Nikon shop and tested all that they have?

Coming up in the next post, Toyota Showcase and my all time favourite type of Japanese dinner.

As all of you would have realise there were no breakfast shots taken. It was because I am still recovering from last night's hang over.


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