Japan cafes. The ‘cafe culture’ is definitely more prominent in Korea – there are cafes EVERYWHERE. Japan cafes seem to be more dainty, more personalized menu and most that we’ve been to seem to focus more on desserts than drinks.
Looks nicer than it really is. Maybe because I hate cream and I had to eat all the sour stuff. tsk. 10/10 for presentation though.
Nighttime stroll in Osaka. I guess it was in Umaeda. #badmemory
I love walking along the streets at night. Not very crowded, good weather and there’s just so much to see <3
The bff and I are not much of shoppers, so we were basically window shopping. I don’t think we really looked at clothes or anything during our time there hahaha. We have more interest in food.
Speaking of meals, everything was so good. Had ramen for dinner and it was just a random shop that we went to – which turned out damn good. Not the best ramen we had (we found that in Kyoto), but much better than anything we had back home.
Love these vending machines. It’s just so convenient. Just insert money, press the right button and give the ticket to the staff.
Side menu! One thing I regretted was not eating eggs with my ramen D: D:
We ordered a set meal with one more ramen. The fried rice was to die for.
Is it just me or are shops in Japan really nicely lit up at night? I swear they paid attention to their lighting. I usually get horrible photos at night but these turn out decent.