Shibuya is huge and crazy and overwhelming and crowded. It's kind of like the Times Square of Tokyo and I kind of hate Times Square....but something about the fact that it's Japanese makes it inarguably more cute, pleasant, and interesting. Also it's where our church building is, so we find ourselves there every Sunday, whether we like it or not.
here are some snapshots from one little afternoon of wandering through the nooks and crannies of Shibuya:
I already have a panda hat....but this one's face is cuter....am I ridiculous?
some really good curry pan!
a girl wearing cat socks!
raw milk soft cream....we waited in like a 25 minute line for this- they make one batch a day and when they sell out, they close. one flavor. three options. signature tall top. amazing. this was like no other ice cream I've had.
disney store crazy walls
another great example of Japan's charming attention to detail.
Tim Burton's house? I think it's just a bunch of restaurants on top of each other- but it really sticks out from the other buildings!
and, there's way more in this neck of the woods, but I'll save that for another post:)
with love from Japan,