We spent our last day in Akihabara, a sector of Tokyo famous for its electronics and manga/anime, video game merchandise.
On the way there had breakfast on the bullet train!
I wasted about 500 yen on claw-machines for this adorable cat backpack (ugh should have known better) Other than that I didn’t spend much money (aside from food, food does not count!) Akihabara doesn’t appeal to me personally, if we had more time I would have loved to spend it in Harajuku, the crazy fashion district. Then my wallet might be actually empty, but for now I’ll still hunger after those nonsensical oversized sweatshirts and tees with deluded English.
More gorgeous Japanese desserts, too pricey to suit my appetite.
We stumbled upon just another photogenic animal. Cats that pose for the camera are blessings sent from the sky.
Bus transportation is as spontaneous as it is slow. Getting bored usually results in psychedelic lighting photos.
Departed from Japan the next morning, but had this delicious waffle breakfast that was only 600 yen.