Blindcopy

November 29, 2011

Tokyo mon amour.

Filed under: Uncategorized — blindcopy @ 10:14 pm

It’s been two weeks already, since Alex and I were in Japan. And I’ve got so much to tell and so many photos to show – what I don’t have is time to prepare everything and blog. To make a long (and beautiful) story short: We enjoyed every single minute and had so much fun. I’ve been to all ‘my’ shops and cafes and restaurants and hairdresser and… Hopefully I’ll blog some more Japan (and especially Tokyo) experiences (and purchases) soon. We’ve visited my grandmother and grand uncle, and I discovered some hidden (and little) Japanese in the last corner of my brain. It was lovely. Oh, but my grandmother cried so hard when Alex and I had to leave. Unfortunately my sister Michiko called her in exactly that moment, and she was really worried since she couldn’t understand a word our sobbing grandma tried to say – so hard did she cry. So naturally, we’re going to visit her soon again. Hopefully very soon. Cherry blossom time? This time it’s gonna be Michiko, Fabian, Alex and I – all together. I can’t wait. Counting the days already…

Alex got ‘interviewed’ by some cute school kids – of course a photo had to be taken, too. 🙂

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3 Comments »

  1. must be so hard to see family crying when you leave. my mom was inconsolable when J and i moved to the caribbean. she was better once she came to visit us there.
    lovely images. tokyo seems a magical place.

    Comment by O D Y S S E Y — November 29, 2011 @ 11:23 pm

  2. It’s tough that you are so far apart. You’ve got to go back soon – and share more photos with us, please!

    Comment by Sabine — December 1, 2011 @ 12:32 am

  3. Have I told you that Tokyo is my dream destination???
    When I finally manage to go, I’m coming to you for travelling tips!!
    Oh and if you go at Cherry Blossom time…please take a picture for me 🙂

    Comment by designedbyann — December 1, 2011 @ 12:11 pm


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