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A Travelers Honeymoon: Harujuku, Tokyo

Thursday, May 05, 2016 Ashley

Today we went to Harujuku, Tokyo; which is the teenage fashion district of Tokyo. It was pretty beautiful coming out of the train station and seeing all the people and twinkling lights. The first thing I noticed when we crossed the street to the entrance of main street was the delicious smell of crepes and the sound of American Pop Music.

By the time we got there, we were starving after not having anything for lunch. We had a quick appetizer of sushi from a small whole in the wall place. We tried the torched salmon with mayo shushmi and it was amazing, the hard part was trying to order it since the american menu did not have the one we wanted so it took a bit of pointing and gesturing.

For dinner we went to a Soba place that we had a hard time finding, took a bit of wondering around and I am not going to lie I did get pretty hangry by the time we finally found it. I ordered a creamy chicken broth Soba which had noodles, pork, and a hard boiled egg. H ordered a garlic chicken broth one which he did not care much for unfortunately.

After dinner we walked around looking for the Bubble Tea place we saw earlier but we couldn't find it again sadly. Instead of the bubble tea we opted for getting the crepes we had been smelling all night. H got a crepe with vanilla ice cream, sliced bananas, caramel drizzle and whipped cream. I went for the chocolate heaven and got chocolate ice cream with whipped cream inside. They were so good.

Tomorrow we are off to Paris, can't wait to see the Eiffel Tower for the first time!

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