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.
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.
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.
I really liked Visvim until it grew too mainstream.
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Ueno is one of my favourite area of Tokyo. When you walk around Ueno, you could see, and feel, the layers of the time gone by in Tokyo. In Ameyoko, where you can find a market of fresh food and world-class denim and workwear, it felt like time was frozen in the 80s. At the same time, the train station’s exterior remains relatively unchanged since 1932. And, on the main road, parallel the raised railway tracks, you can find your modern architectures so ubiquitous in urban Tokyo. (more…)
Surrender at Raffles Hotel had a sale end of last year, and I was exactly the second kiasu person to arrive on the first day. It paid off because, after almost 2 years of waiting (no size for me from the previous sales) and reading all about it, I finally kopped not one, but two Unis Gio Chinos in my size for 50% off (woohoo!) the hefty price tag of 260 SGD each.
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