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Omotesandō

Easily identified by the two rows of Japanese elms, Omotesandō is also home to the Tadao Ando designed, and highly controversial, Omotesandō Hills, as well as many other extravagantly designed fashion flagship stores.

 

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Omotesando Koffee

One of the best coffee you can get in Tokyo. After years of being a pop up, it has finally closed shop. But being a pop up, Omotesando Koffee have relocated to Hong Kong. Meanwhile, there are still two Koffee in Japan you can go to; Toranomon Koffee in Tokyo itself and another in Kyoto.

 

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Back Streets of Omotesandō

I get confused a lot when I am in the exploring the back streets. These photos may not be exactly Omotesandō, but it is around there, I guess.

 

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Visvim

I really liked Visvim until it grew too mainstream.

 

 

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Temporium

Last week, I had two days off from work, and I decided to visit one of Papa Palheta establishments for a morning coffee each day. One of them is Temporium.

Temporium is a 6-month pop up wonderland, for homegrown creatives, craftpeople, and artists, initiated by Tofu and Breezeway. You can’t say you are pro-Singaporean without coming here.

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Craft Bakery & Cafe

Holland Village, or otherwise just Holland V, is a place you go, at best, for the al fresco atmosphere and/or late night desserts. Of course, there are the bars and live football matches, but I don’t drink alcohol so that is that. The food at the Holland Village Market & Food Centre is decent. Nothing to shout about. Then again, “decent” is hard to achieve these days for hawker food.

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