French pastries are a big thing in Japan - this tasty chou pastry with meringue and custard filling was from the dessert level in the basement of Daimaru, Tokyo
More French pastries, but this time at Hakone station where we attempted to see Mount Fuji
View from Hakone station - unfortunately it was rather cloudy during our stay in Japan so we couldn't see Mount Fuji - better luck next time!
Sashimi and Nigiri for dinner at Tsukiji Fish Markets - after having this amazing quality of sashimi, nothing will ever compete. The different grades and freshness meant the meat just melts in your mouth. Though I have to admit it was disturbing and slightly off putting to see a fish still flinching on my plate...
Unfortunately the style in Japan meant I found it very hard to find pieces I would actually wear - however I did stumble a nugget of gold at Lily Brown where the denim and orange number is from.
And because I got caught in the rain with my leather loafers these Forever21 espadrilles were a lifesaver.
My Sweet Melody pancake with fairy floss at the My Sweet Melody & My Sweet Piano cafe at the Cafe&Diner at Parco, Shibuya
I went to this cafe with the hopes that it was still the Pokemon cafe however on arrival was greeted with a LOT of pink, much to my brother and father's dismay - but have to admit it was an interesting experience
Shopping sustenance at Dexee Diner, Shibuya
Shinjuku city at night
During my trip I discovered my love for plum wine - guess I know where my 2L alcohol limit is going to consist of during my next visit!
My final meal at Narita airport - my favourite and absolute go to meal - teriyaki chicken paired with a green tea float - yum!