A Wonderful Day in Tokyo Bay: Green Windbreaker

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A Great healthy breakfast in Intercontinental Tokyo Bay Hotel in Tokyo. Each item here for breakfast is in great quality, it’s also delicious.

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The beautiful modern technology bridge connects all the sites in the bay together. It’s a great walking experience to get to know the area.

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I might appear to be at the same height as the Power Ranger, but he is actually 10 foot tall. It’s a great pleasure to see the Power Ranger show going on.

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Bicycle parking sign everywhere in Tokyo is one thing we have never seen in the US. 

Windbreaker:Sierra Design       Skirt: Windsor      T-Shirt: Sol      Bag: Tods      Shoes: D&G

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Ginza, Tokyo: A Sneak Peek of the City Life

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Mikimoto Japan located in the busiest street in the center of Tokyo. I always love the workmanship of things made in Japan, this is the epitome of them all.

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Hermes Stores are among one of the must visit places every city I go. This Japanese store dealing exclusively with the Hermes Berkins bags is one of a kind that I have never seen before. They got over one hundred bags of all color in stock, you can get the bag any time you want it, unlike other Hermes stores in the US, which never has any Berkins bags in stock.

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Traditional Japanese restaurants are also a must visit when you are here. Young girls dressed in traditional Kimonos provide excellent services.4

This shrine located in the middle of the city provides a special quietness in contrast of the busy commercial streets.

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Visiting cemeteries is also one of my to go list wherever  I travel. I learn a lot of local history and culture by reading the messages on the head stones.

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Tokyo is the most dressed up city in the world. You can see girls wearing Louboutine shoes walking on the streets everywhere. 

My Outfit: Cashmere sweater from Nieman Marcus      T-Shirt: Sol      Shoes: D&G      Pants: This is the only thing I bought in Tokyo made in Japan during this trip.

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