I am leaving Tokyo and I am on my way to Nara, the city of deer, I hope they like me!
The shinkansen or bullet train is an ideal way to travel in Japan. The ride is very comfortable, punctual, and there always seems to be a train when you need one.
Relax, nom on a snack, and enjoy the views as you travel across the country without a care in the world. Behold, Mount Fuji in the distance!
See you in Nara, for more adventures in Japan click here.
For great people watching in Tokyo, I head to Harajuku
I like to find an out-of-the-way place where I can watch the crowds without getting trampled, don’t mind my assistant.
Once I am safely tucked away, let’s wait and see who will come along.
Oh oh look there, a group of Waldos!
Here we see Sailor Moon handing out some moon candies
This Harajuku girl is sporting the cutest of all bunny bags
And last but not least, these rad girls nom on some pastries while strolling (do the kids still say rad?)
This is Tiny Hippo reporting to you from Harajuku, Tokyo. For more of my Tokyo adventures click here, see you next time!
Break up the trudge of sightseeing with some relaxing moments
Watch people pedal around in giant swan boats on Shinobazu pond, very relaxing
Contemplate the koi fish at Sensō-ji temple, they will be interested in you too
Indulge in tea and cake in Harajuku, nom nom nom
Best of all, finish the day with a ride on the allusive cat subway car
Seriously, the whole car is full of cute photos of cats, you can’t help but be happy!
For more on Tiny Hippo’s trip to Japan click here.
I went to Mori Art Museum and had lots of fun.
On the Tokyo City View Sky Deck even the tiniest of hippos can feel like king of the world.
In the cafe, you could make your own masterpieces.
I colored in a pen drawing inspired by the Pixiv exhibition at the museum.
The trip concluded with dessert, the cutest parfait ever!
To see more of my adventures in Japan click here and for just Tokyo click here.
These gentlemen were doing some bird photography with very fancy equipment.
When all they needed to do was hold out a finger.
For more on our adventure to Japan please follow this link to Japan!