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A letter to Georgia: Everyday life in Tokyo

By Angie Haruta ||

Dear Georgia, 

Recently, I crossed  Japan, one of my ultimate travel goals, off my bucket list. I still can't believe that I spent a few weeks in Tokyo and Kanazawa. It was both a scary and wonderful experience. Travelling for 12 hours while suffering from travel anxiety is a pretty scary thing to do. Plus, Tokyo is one of the most crowded cities in the world which means I had to deal with THE crowd. But, hey ho, Tokyo's worth it.

During my visit, I took many pictures, however, in this post I'll show you how I captured my everyday life in Tokyo when I wasn't visiting its iconic landmarks.

Shopping fresh fish and vegetables at the Tsukiji fish market

Browsing Japanese magazines at a 24h convenience store

Exploring Kagurazaka

These vending machines are everywhere

Look at these little guys, they're animal-gods/spirits 

Everyone is cycling in Tokyo, even really old ladies

Until next time...

Many kisses & hugs,

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