DAY 4 (19TH MAY 2015)
WELCOME TO SHINJUKU.
I felt that I was surrounded by a lot of huge and tall buildings once I stepped out from Shinjuku station.
We had tempura for brunch!
Price is super affordable! Most of the set meals are less than RM30!
Hehe matching outfit with Melanie! The overalls that we were wearing are from Monki! :D
Yay to English menu!
Anyway, I kept wondering to myself while my eyes were scanning the menu: Do Japanese generally have a big appetite? Because I noticed that most of the set meals come with a bowl of tendon (rice) + a bowl of udon/soba!! For me, I absolutely couldn't finish both of them at once!
My small tendon rice that costs about only RM14, and I think the portion is just nice for me as brunch. The taste? Super delicious, especially the shrimp tempura!!! It was so crispy but not greasy at all!! LOVE!
Isetan, one of the biggest department stores in Tokyo.
Strolling around the clean and beautiful streets, taking in every single moment as much as I can.
Jill Stuart is one of my favourite international cosmetic brands!! Their products have the most adorable and pinkish packaging, specially designed for every girl who dreams to become a princess.
Tea-time @ Krispy Kreme.
The donuts are SO GOOD!!!!! I'm not exaggerating but these round little things are pretty addictive. They will make you feel like having more and more of their fluffiness and sweetness. I'm not a big fan of donuts, but these were the best donuts I've ever had in my life. Thank you Krispy Kreme (in Japan lol, I'm a bit biased I know hehe), you totally changed my feelings for donuts.
Caramel latte. SO CARAMEL. SO LATTE. SO IN LOVE. [I'm just out of words for this cup of happiness :') ]
Lumine 2 is a shopping mall, connecting to the JR Shinjuku station.
Sailormoon eyeliner spotted!!!! Japanese really know how to brand and market their products!!
One of my favourite Japan fashion brands - Candy Stripper. Quirky, cute and very harajuku!!
Nope, I didn't manage to catch anything lolol!! It wasn't as easy as what we thought at all.
Dinner at Ootoya. A must-go for those who love eating grilled fish!! (We visited Ootoya TWICE during our trip!)
All mine: Saba Shioyaki (grilled mackerel)
I don't know how to describe the taste aptly, but it was so good. Being grilled to its perfection, the fish didn't taste fishy at all, and the meat was very firm and fresh. It was definitely one of the most satisfying and filling meals that I've had in this trip!
Mummy's sesame grilled fish. It had a different taste from the one I tried, but still, I prefer mine more than this hehehe!!