A date with Yasuちゃん

いまShibuyaね。。。どこ?

Shibuya Crossing on 7/31 around 7pm… The crowds of people bursting on to the streets of Tokyo.

This store must have opened up recently, because it was my first time to see it (or maybe I don’t really pay attention when I’m walking down centre gai because there are so many guys hassling you to eat at their Izakaya!)

Original Taiyaki

(たい焼き, , literally “baked sea bream”) is a Japanese fish-shaped cake. The most common filling is あんこ = red bean paste that is made from sweetened azuki beans. Other common fillings may be custard…but this shop has a twist!

ちょうおいしかったよ

We tried the Curry Cheese which was truly “Scrumptious”! I’ll definitely be going back…

Sometimes  a glass of wine is all you need to unwind…

Sometimes…I really believe in destiny and that you are meant to meet certain people during your life that have an influence on you in more ways than they or you thought possible. And Yasuちゃん is without a doubt one of them, even though we live far apart and don’t get to see each other often we still connected instantly. Our conversation, which I’m sure a lot of people were trying to eavesdrop on (purely because she is Japanese but speaks pretty much fluent English) and the fact that we were constantly roaring with laughter turned a few heads.

There is nothing better than having a heart to heart with a girl friend, of course the usual topics of fashion, travel and men popped up well 99% was about the latter, but who can blame us when we are very happy in our current relationships. I’ll tell you one thing there is nothing worse than complaining about men, I’ve had my fair share of bad seeds and now all I want to do is shout how happy I am from the roof tops.

やったあああああああああああああああ〜


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About tokyoama

aka Miss Swag in a bag Creative Assistant for @MPMAG Living in TOKYO! Interests: Creativity, I have a Passion for Fashion, Design, Music & Life....
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