So this is completely, horribly, terribly late. I went to this cafe over a month ago, the summer is almost over, and this post has been languishing in my drafts folder for more than a month. However this cafe is super fun, quirky, and so very Tokyo that I would hate for people not to … More Summer Cafe Series TBT Edition – The Hammock Kafe, Kichijoji
On Monday, everyone who is taking a Japanese class at ICU had their final exam. For a lot of my friends, this meant that they were done for the semester. What to do with our time? Get drunk. So here’s a brief guide to some of the Izakayas I have been to in Tokyo.
How many times on this blog have I waxed poetic about my favorite city (neighborhood? District? Tokyo is confusing) in Japan? Too many times. Unfortunately for those of you who hate Kichijoji, I have at lease two more posts including this one about cafes in this posh little neighborhood. This time, I will be talking … More Summer Cafe Series Part Two – A B Cafe, Kichijoji
So, it can be argued that I in fact began the summer cafe series when I posted about Cafe Zenon. However, at that point I was unaware that I wanted a summer cafe series and thus that post is not included. … More The Beginning of the Summer Cafe Series
This Friday, after the plans I had originally made fell through, I was planning on cleaning my room and getting my life together after two weeks of midterms and projects left a hurricane in its wake. It was going to be cheap, productive, and… boring. So of course when a friend came up to me … More 6/3/2016 – Cafe Zenon & Preparing For Finals
Ask any of my friends and they will tell you I am not much of a partier. I can have fun with the best of them, but I definitely am more of a “day on the town” as opposed to a “night on the town” gal – if I go out I prefer to be … More Golden Week Part Two+ – Tokyo Nightlife
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Today, I met up with my old host sister from my high school days. At the time, I really couldn’t speak much more than very, very basic Japanese. Like my listening comprehension was pretty much nonexistent. I had been studying in high school for three years, but I really did not pay attention senior year … More 4/25/2016 – 原宿; Old Friends, Old Hangouts; New Contacts, New Discoveries
I had a LOT of things going on in the second week of being in Japan. I was officially “settled” which meant that I was free to hang out and run around the city like a maniac. Which, if you know me, means one thing and one thing only – FOOD!