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Coat: H&M, Sweater: Forever 21, Jeans: Armani Exchange, Shoes: Adidas, Bag: Prada

Hachiko's bronze statue located just outside the Shibuya train station.

Meiji Shrine, Shibuya, Tokyo

Meguro River, Nakameguro Station, Tokyo -- this 7.82 kilometer river is completely lined with Cherry Blossoms and has beautiful lanterns lighting it up at night. It is one of the most famous spots to see Cherry Blossoms in Tokyo!

Ueno Park, Taito, Tokyo -- another park that's famous for its beauty during the Sakura or Cherry Blossom season. Despite the lengthy train ride it took to get there and the insane--and I mean insane number of people, it's always worth it to see such a beautiful view.
Blazer: Forever 21, Dress: Zara, Tights: H&M, Boots: H&M

This 18-meter tall Gundam statue is located by the entrance of DiverCity Plaza located in Odaiba, Tokyo. DiverCity is definitely one of the best malls to go to for shopping, may it be clothes, shoes, sportswear, jewelry, make-up, or anything in between. (More information here)
DiverCity also has a gorgeous view at night, especially with the Tokyo Tower and the Rainbow Bridge lit up.

Tokyo DisneySea, Urayasu, Chiba -- it is not a trip to Tokyo without visiting at least one of their Disney theme parks, right? My family and I decided to go to DisneySea to switch it up a little bit, and also because this particular theme park is unique to Japan. It consists of 7 "lands" of different themes, and has a total of 28 attractions.
(More information about Tokyo DisneySea here)

Coat: GAP, Dress: Cotton On, Tights: H&M, Shoes: Adidas

Unfortunately, my family and I did not enjoy Tokyo DisneySea as much as we had expected to, mainly because it was jam-packed. Although we went on a weekday, all of the rides had a waiting time of at least 2 hours and a half, so we opted to watch the theatrical shows instead. The other downside was that all of the shows and parades were in Japanese, and there were no English subtitles or translations of anything, so we didn't really understand what we were watching.
My Japan trip was definitely a check off of my bucketlist! Japan has so much to offer--shopping destinations, tourist spots, good food, its interesting culture and history, and everything else in between. If ever you feel doubtful about visiting the country, especially since it is a bit pricey to get there, I'd definitely recommend going for it. It's worth all the money, I promise! 
Thank you Patricia Co for always taking wonderful photographs.

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