MY HALLOWEEN IN JAPAN πŸ‡―πŸ‡΅πŸ‡―πŸ‡΅πŸ‡―πŸ‡΅

HAPPY HALLOWEEN EVERYONE!!! πŸ‘»πŸ‘»πŸ‘»πŸ‘»

Well today was a very busy day for me. I went many places via subway. First I went to the Harajuku area which is know for its shopping stores and its kawaii fashion which many of the young people wear. I wish I had photos but of course at that time my phone was like can’t take anymore photos. Ughhh 😑😑

After Harajuku I went to the Shibuya area to see Shibuya crossing. So many people walk this intersection. At this time cars were still roaming through. But still crazy. There was also something interesting there. The Hachiko Statue has a cat that sits there daily. Everyone was taking so many pictures of this cat. So cute.


Next up, I went to the Samurai Museum. Such an amazing experience to learn about old Japan and its feudal times. Also, knowing how prestigious it was to be a samurai. Our guide explained many things which was helpful and a great learning experience. At the end of the tour there was an actor who did a demonstration of being a samurai.


One of my favorite parts of the day was the ROBOT RESTAURANT SHOW. This is a must do. The show was amazing, the actors and the robots were incredible. The special effects not like anything you have seen in person. Please check out the video and pictures.

Last, since it was Halloween I had to do it the Japanese way. Head back to Shibuya crossing and walk around in our costumes. The pictures below show how packed this crossing was. You could barely walk. But I shoved my way through. Side note (some reason Japanese people are obsessed with dressing up as Mario and LuigiπŸ€”). After walking the Shibuya crossing for a while I headed to Camelot club to party the night away. I met some great People and had a blast.

 

Well Halloween is ending here. Hope everyone of you enjoy your Halloween and be safe.

HAPPY HALLOWEEN. 😈😈😈😈

22 thoughts on “MY HALLOWEEN IN JAPAN πŸ‡―πŸ‡΅πŸ‡―πŸ‡΅πŸ‡―πŸ‡΅

  1. Elisabeth O'Neill

    I would love to go to Harajuku. Fun fact about me, once I cosplayed as Konata from Lucky Star for a convention, so I had the super long blue wig on and everything, and a Japanese brush painter who had a stall up there said I looked like a Harajuku girl in my seifuku πŸ˜† People kept asking whether it was my real hair, must have been a good quality wig.

    The Samurai Museum looks so atmospheric in your photos, like stepping right back into that period in history. So glad you’re sharing all of this with us, it’s all good inspiration and tips for when I eventually go to Tokyo.

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  2. raistlin0903

    It really looks like you are having a wonderful time. Looking at the pictures and reading the post, it only makes me more determined to one day visit Japan myself. Hope you will continue to have fun, but somehow I don’t think that will be a problem πŸ˜€

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  3. avathenerd

    Awesome! I’m glad you’re allowing us to experience Japan vicariously. This looks like so much fun!
    Can’t wait to read more. Enjoy and Happy Halloween. πŸ™‚

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