It’s so hot but still I love to get out and enjoy Summer as much as I can. However, after walking all day long my feet are sored and heavy, when I thought of the place I can rest my feet, Tokyo Midtown’s feet resting spot camp up in my mind.
Either catch subway on Hibiya line to Roppongi Station or Chiyoda line to Nogizaka Station, before I knew it I saw this small man-made river-like where we could rest our feet in 15c water and massage with the small rocks, all free-of charge. This service is located near 21-21 Design Space just off Tokyo Midtown Gallerie Bldg. and available from 3pm-8pm daily except Tuesday until August 28th.
Don’t forget to prepare tissue or small towel to dry up your happy feet otherwise you can rent a towel (100 yen/towel)….Also, the staff told me that around 7.30-8 pm. there is a water dance show and small firework…………
So, if you go shopping around Roppongi-Tokyo Midtown, Don’t miss the change to relax and enjoy late afternoon with beer while resting your feet in the chill water….:)
It was a very cute boy.
He got on my antique wooden toy. When I focus his face with a camera he made a pose soon.
Then he came to back his parents place soon which was only three minutes.
By the way
Thank you very much taking a nce pose for me.
I and my old toy were very happy.
I have really like to have a “parfait” at coffee shop since I was a child.
First of all,it’s very lovely and sightely,and what’s more,I can enjoy many flavors at once : )
“a la campagne” is one of my favorit cafe and I found the best parfait (!?) there the other day.
The name was “Honey fruits parfait” which was their limited seasonal menu.
It was very different from others which I had have eaten before. Many kinds of fresh fruits,vanila ice cream and arlgray flavored jerry were in a glass.Especially,the jerry was so tasty..!
I really enjoyed it with a big cup of coffee after having a fine cold pasta dish : )
In Japanese, we often say choco when we talk about ”chocolate”.
This piece of bread called “Tenshi-no choco ring”.
It’s very famous and popular in Japan!! You can get it in Ginza if you want to try it.
One third of Choco Ring
But sometimes, there is a line so you should go when you have time. “Tenshi” means “Angel” in Japanese. When I heard the name of it I thought it must be tasty!! It’s more like a pie texture and cracked walnuts in it. It’s very sweet but not too much and I loved it. It’s quite big so I shared one with my friends.
There are more kinds of danishs. I really wanted get all of kinds because those look beautiful and smell good but i had to be patient with it.
|plenty of chocolate ; )
I have heard of this super popular ball-joint doll “Blythe” for quite several years and thought that it is just the toy of those rich people. One simple doll would cost 13,000 Yen ++ I vowed to myself that I would never got something like that to waste my money….However, today, I finally had one, but this Blythe’s doll is not for me but for my mother whom has been diagnosed with “Osteoporosis”. Since she can not do those chore she used to and can not go out as oftens as she wants. One day, I called her and she said she wants to have this doll, then I think a cute playful doll can help her get busy and also become her little friend, so, I started to do research about this doll seriously and slowly fall in love with the character and specialty for example, I can do make up, change hair color, eyes color and clothes etc. Each Blythe doll collection’s produced in a limited amount by Takara and CWC. Next month, I will also get Blythe doll for myself in order to be able to spend time with my mother and play with her. I am very excited to bring this doll back to Thailand as a special Mother’s Day present for her.
If you like to know more about Blythe, you can visit Junie Moon website or visit the store in Daikanyama or Shinjuku Marui One.