Our train trip in the morning was so nice. The stations are cute and anime-looking and we were so happy to find out that Japan stations play the most exciting music whenever a train arrives. It's as if they're celebrating our arrival. I definitely think Sydney trains could take a page out of Tokyo's book, because the transport there was just so much better. We never had to wait more than 5 minutes for a train and the seats would always be heated for the winter.
Hey look! It's Shibuya crossing :D
Tokyo is so absolutely beautiful in the day and night. In the day, it looks bright, colourful and fresh, but at night, all the lights come on and it's exciting, fun and lively too. For sure, a city that doesn't sleep.
We were a bit silly with the shopping though and went straight to Zara and Forever 21 - places we could shop at any time back home. But to be fair, their clothes were a hell of a lot cheaper than in Sydney and also, they had a really different style of clothing. I bought so much good stuff from there. Afterwards, we went to more Japanese boutique stores, which had unique stuff :) Didn't get to make it through all of 109, so we had to go back later on in the trip!
We also went ADIDAS. Adidas has a giant store right in the middle of Shibuya shopping district, and lucky for me, it was New Year's sales. There were heaps of things 50% off and the store was teeming with people. I felt like I was on a high tbh hehe
Hehe, cute train posters
So hope you enjoyed my second day! It was really a lot of fun and spending ><
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