Today B told us that he had a surprise, and we headed into Meguro. We went to Meguro Gajoen, a really beautiful building that I’ve never been to before. Inside was the most amazing exhibit. It will be seriously difficult… Read more ›
The Trick photography Museum is set up with a bunch of optical illusions that you can pose in for pictures. The paintings on the wall have the illusion of depth, so if you pose correctly, it looks like you’re part… Read more ›
We went out to Legoland earlier this week, and they had a deal running with Madame Tussad’s which is right next door. For 500 yen more ($5) you got admission into Tussad’s, and kids paid nothing additional. None of us… Read more ›
Bruce found out about these gardens and took us all there the day that my parents left. What a way to end a Japan trip! I said no to the offer of an audio guide before I was informed it… Read more ›
A couple pictures from Nihonbashi, the site of a very old bridge into Tokyo.
The Sumida Aquarium at the Tokyo Skytree is awesome. Z is now in love with penguins, and I want a tank full of garden eels.
We took Mom and Dad to the Skytree, but that wasn’t our main goal of the day. First we stopped in at a museum near the Skytree where they had part of a Messiah Valkyrie from from Macross. It was… Read more ›
We took Mom and Dad to Rabbit and Get Fat, the bunny cafe in Omotesando. Everyone had a glorious time. A momma with her baby bunnies. The worker laid this tissue box on the flattened out bunny, it… Read more ›
My sweet cousin visited Tokyo a few weeks ago and we were able to take her around a bit. First we went to a park in Hiroo. Obake (ghost) cigarette! Then we went into Harajuku to see the lovelies… Read more ›
While my parents were here we made it out to Fabric Town in Nippori. I’ve wanted to go since we got here, but I figured the girls wouldn’t be up for a long trip full of lots of fabric stores,… Read more ›