Handsome, new face in the neighborhood.
Where do these people look? What do they wait?
Can you smile in Japanese? No need to be a Hajuku girl to be happy.
Waiting for the traffic light. Different lives.
The average person throughout their lifetime spends five years waiting in lines and queues where roughly six months of that is waiting at traffic lights.
In Japan, you get in the line. No need to complain as lines do not take that long. Except for food, in Chao Bamboo in Shibuya we waited for 1 hour to have a table to have a decent (not excellent) Thai. During that hour only this lady drop by to take out.
Kabukicho, Shinjuku is the red light of Tokyo. It is colorful and crowded. Night or morning, which one do you prefer?
Shibuya crossing is impressive. Recommended to check the view from the Starbucks located at the Tsutaya building.
Who needs a mirror when you have the selfie stick?
Be a real tourist, take your camera and shoot!
An Elmo, biking. A rare scene for most of you. Not when you are in Japan.