Two of my friends from Seattle, Midori and Bryan, were in Tokyo
so we all hung out with their friends on Saturday night.
We went to Shinjuku and had dinner at
After food, we walked a little and went to
a gay bar called
Oh boy, it was so much fun.
It was raining pretty hard but we were drinking outside with others
and there was a DJ and people from
many other countries.
It took me back to Seattle for a moment.
Since I was away from Japan during the college days,
I actually don’t know that many good places to go for a night-out,
so I was very glad to know about this place.
I hope Tokyo truly becomes a comfortable place for everybody
whether you are gay, bi or straight.
I wonder if any of you know
other good bars to hang out???
Today (Monday) I had dinner with Marina-chan
who has been my best buddy since our kindergarten days.
Here is a little secret of mine…
She had…and still has big round eyes and had a white dog called Jump,
and I was secretly envious of her.
We went to an Izakaya called
This is a very cool place to go if you are in Kichijoji area.
All the dishes are delicious (….as far as I know)
and the people are SUPER friendly
and on top of that, it’s a very budget-friendly place.
I had this beer that was very good
but I forgot the name already…
Ooops, this is what alcohol does to you, kids.
I will make sure to write it down the next time I am there.
Aside from those beer and dessert, we ate pretty healthy
A terrific pudding… ❤
The surface of the pudding is burnt after you order,
and that part gets bitter-sweet and crispy.
This photo looks like an alien abduction on a pudding though.
After our stomach got satisfied,
we then wanted to satisfy our shoe-shopping cravings
but pretty much nothing was opened except for UNIQLO
inside the Yodobashi Camera building.
We bought matching room-wears !!
We are going to look like prisoners!
Just kidding. It’s more like a marine style.
Sleep over party しなきゃねー。