I'm just gonna enjoy it, cause it's probably not gonna last, and before long i'll be back to posting instagram pictures and ranting about how i can't seem to find a nice apartment.
For that, i apologize in advance!
It's Monday and for that reason alone i feel like the blog needs some serious prettiness, and for me, that usually means either Lucifer or Japan, so guess what, you get another Canon AE-1 Tokyo post!
Our last day in Tokyo was exactly like a last day in Tokyo should be.
We had time to go out for breakfast, hang at Ink Rat, get films developed, blog (yes, i even blogged) and walk around Shinjuku, Nakano and Kōenji for hours.
We picked up negatives and bought tons of film at Yodobashi Camera, used up the points on our point card at Tokyu Hands, had coffee and milk tea at Excelsior on Broadway, and still made it back home in time to pick up Hata and go out for a nice farewell dinner.* And the weather was just perfect.
There's almost nothing better than having a relaxed and sunny last day, you know?
We ended up going to bed much later than planned, and got almost no sleep, but we'd already packed and cleaned the apartment, so besides having to get up super early, there was nothing to stress about.
I feel like calling Fruits magazine...
At Himono-ya, which just might be our new favorite izakaya
After dinner we met up with Crystal and went out for beer (for some) and tea (for me) at Yonchome Cafe
Always allowed, always encouraged
I took my last color film (or Allan did) to another photo place closer to our house, and they said it'd take them until Thursday. I think Allan dropped them off on Friday, and so if it really ends up taking them that long, i am never using that place again. It's the problem with living in the digital age; not being used to waiting to see results. I want them back now, dammit!
*Rei left for Osaka earlier that day, so he didn't come with us