Tokyo metropolitan life.

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What’s your first impression of Tokyo? Stylish, extraordinarily busy, crowded, clean, awesome and interesting? Mine isn’t so much different. I got to visit the city in January 2014 for the 1st time ever, just after my temporary job at school. I’d say it’s a huge city with a huge amount of citizens, a lot of western tourists coming by and so on.

The only reason coming back to Tokyo only for one day was to take my flight to Moscow, Russia. I could have gone more easily from Seoul, but I was like “What if I visit Japan and then go to Turkey right away?” My idea sort of rocked, I had found an insanely cheap ticket from Narita Tokyo to Istanbul, Turkey. Who says life is hard of mysteries? Damn, so right!

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Waiting for my domestic flight bounding for Tokyo, Japan.

To be completely honest, South Korea’s capital, Seoul isn’t extremely exotic compared to Tokyo, I mean it’s so certain that both cities have a lot of similarities, more or less. Two of the biggest cities in the world.

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I’m back in Tokyo, Yay 😀 I was in Tokyo for a week last time, it was pretty much a sufficient time to explore the city. Damn, why does time pass so fast?

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I got to meet up my french friend, Tristan. What a coincidence, I didn’t know he was in Japan, as soon as my post on facebook got posted he messaged me to visit and we finally managed to meet up 🙂 He’s such a nice french guy. The situation we were in was pretty hilarious though, there was an old lady aside us and she was staring at us, I mean why?

We decided to drink out together, I mean I promised myself not to get drunk just before my big flight, but well, it just happened. It was super fun! Tristan is a really funny guy and we laughed a lot together. And we love Sake! I’m dying to go back to Japan for that!

Oh wow, were we this drunk? I mean fancy our faces! 😀

Shinjuku area, the biggest and busiest area in Tokyo.

 

Felix.

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Hello world, I'm a treasure hunter of life experiences. I'm curious minded with a strong force for discovery and adventure. These days I spend most of my time living out of a backpack, traveling from one country to the next.

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