..you are allowed take photos in the museum cafe, which is a brillant place where all the food looks like it just escaped from a cartoon by Miyazaki. And tastes good too.
Sadly, it is forbidden to take photos inside the Museum Ghibli at Mikata. Which is a big shame, cause there are some amazing things inside...
and still has plenty of places for wireheads to salivate
The little fin left on one of the salmon skins used to make these boots is just priceless
Nestling there between Tiffany (eeeuch) and Chanel (eeeeeeuch) on the Giza dori is quite literarlly the greatest stationary shop in the world, Ito-ya. And when you've done the 9 floors of the main building, don't forget to do the annex...and the third annex with japanese papers is best of all
new interfaces everywhere - at ripponghi crossing exhibition, the d.v.d. people have a game where the actions are controlled by playing the drums
the red zoo man turned out to be much less weird than the chocoknife man, which make sense.
Design Festa Tokyo...it's that chocoknife guy - "slogan eat up your chocolate before you can't"...another budding brand at the Design Festa
they've started commercial sightseeing tours of Tokyo in an airship...it is the size of a jumbo jet and just happened to drift by when we were sitting on the sevetysomethingth floor of the Ropponghi Hills building...
you see, it's all much easier that you might expect. Just follow the green line. or the yellow one maybe
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