Tokyo, another round
Here are my highlights of my trip to Tokyo back in October 2018.
A lot of food repeats (pretty much the same food from this post) plus some new favourites are:
Obana - unagi restaurant
Tatsunoya - best tsukemen
Negishi - grilled ox tongue
Kaneko Hannosuke - tempura don
Harrits - donuts and coffee
Sora-to-Kumo-to - a very small bakery that sells bagels
And some other fun stuff from this trip:
It's a very touristy place but as a tourist myself I very much enjoyed it. It's an onsen house and plenty of choices of restaurants and snacks and souvenir shops. All visitors wear rented yukata (Japanase bath robe) in the bath house, which is super cute.
I always love their work and creativity and I've never get tired of it. This Borderless exhibition is next level compared to any other teamlab's exhibitions I've been to, it is such a HUGE warehouse venue and it's like a rabbit hole where you could just get lost and find new installations in every corner you turn. Highly recommended. Handy tip: Buy tickets ahead of time (online) as they sell out super quickly. And don't schedule too many things on the day as you might spend hours in this exhibition not to mention the lining up to get in (regardless you have bought tickets in advance).
You guys, I just love Japan. Would always love to go back.