Saturday, May 17, 2014

Minato: The entertainment district.


I'm wearing:

1. Black cape, from H&M.
2. "Shoo Shoo Honey" sweatshirt, from Lacoste Live.
3. Striped t-shirt, from Gap.
4. Super skinny jeans in black, from Asos.
5. Gold Converse sneakers, from Ragtag.
6. Fox necklace, from titiMadam.
7. Rings, from H&M.
Some people dream to see the Eiffel Tower, right? Well, my dream has always been the Tokyo Tower. I remember seeing it in Card Captor Sakura, Digimon and Sailor Moon (yeah, I watched those kind of cartoon shows when I was little) and falling in love with it. I mean, just look at it, it takes your breath away, doesn't it? The Tokyo Tower is on Minato, a district that has many amazing places, like Odaiba, Roppongi or the Pokemon Center. Whaaa?

That's right. On day three of my trip, I visited the Tokyo Pokemon Center, which I thought was gonna be more than a gift store (but wasn't), it was pretty cool though. I can say that my childhood is complete now. I like Pokemon, they're really cool. Nothing wrong with that. After spending a good hour between Eevee evolutions, I went to Roppongi, which is more of a foreigner area with tons of pubs, restaurants and great super markets. I ate sushi, drank white grape soda and witnessed tons of pretty city lights. A post with those photos will come soon, along with the Harajuku one.

I decided to shoot outfit photos with the Tokyo Tower on the background because it looks amazing and I couldn't waste the opportunity. I also took some photos outside the Pokemon Center with its mascots. Nice chaps. I'm wearing an actual cape, I love it, and the Converse from Ragtag that I mentioned on a previous post. While I didn't fall in love with Minato the way I did with Harajuku, I did find it awesome and, I also, reassured my love for the Tokyo Tower. It was a really nice day.

// Algunas personas sueñan con ver la Torre Eiffel, ¿cierto? Pues mi sueño siempre ha sido la Torre de Tokyo. Recuerdo verla en Sakura Card Captors, Digimon y Sailor Moon (sí, veía esas caricaturas de chiquito) y haberme enamorado de ella. Digo, véanla, te roba el aliento ¿no es así? La Torre de Tokyo está en Minato, un distrito con muchos lugares bien padres, como Odaiba, Roppongi o el Centro Pokemon. Whaaaa?

Así es. En el tercer día de viaje, visité el Centro Pokemon de Tokyo, que creí iba a ser más que una tienda de regalos (mi error), pero igual estuvo padre. Puedo decir que mi infancia está completa ahora. Me gustan los Pokemon, son buena onda. No hay algo malo con eso. Después de pasar una buena hora entre evoluciones de Eevee, fui a Roppongi, que es más un área de extranjeros con muchos bares, restaurantes y supermercados grandiosos. Comí sushi, tomé refresco de uva blanca y vi muchas luces bonitas. Un post con esas fotos vendrá pronto, junto con el de Harajuku.

Decidí tomar las fotos de atuendo con la Torre de Tokyo en el fondo porque se ve increíble y no podía desaprovechar la oportunidad. También tomé un par de fotos fuera del Centro Pokemon con sus mascotas. Bonitos ellos. Estoy usando una capa de verdad, la amo, y los Converse de Ragtag que mencioné en un post pasado. Si bien no me enamoré de Minato como de Harajuku, lo encontré muy buena onda y, además, reafirmé mi amor por la Torre de Tokyo. Fue un gran día.
Love always,
Hen.

Check out the other recaps of my trip to Tokyo:


3 comments:

  1. Love these photos! Obsessed with that cape xo

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    1. Thanks Olivia! Capes are something awesome, right?
      X.

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