Jess / 26yo / Lady / Melburnian / Birds / Travel / People Watching / Music
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Sitting in the corner, playing his jazz.
While going through my recent travel photos, I’ve stumbled upon a bunch of old Japan photos that I hadn’t worked on or shown the world.
Would you like a little deer with that ice-cream?
P.S. Japan has the best soft serve ice cream ever.
Jitensha! Riding around Kyoto was pretty much the best thing out. Seeing the temples via bike is the best way to do it.
(Ohay guys! Long time, no picture. Apologies for the delay - uni, work and getting up mah little earring shop ‘Since I Left You’ has sapped most of my time. Promise I’ll be back in action soon <3)
A nice Sunday walk.
Staying in for the night. The ryokan that I stayed at had a mini jazz bar. I wore my PJs and slippers. It was amazing.
Walking barefoot across here was heaven.
Japan is an amazing country with a lot of pride and integrity. With that, they try to hide their social issues like disability, homelessness and suicide.
I think I’m proud of myself for having the guts to take this. Pretty much speaks for itself.
Just a quick nap in the park, Japanese style.
Shinjuku station is somewhere that I could describe as this insane busy, chaotic mess, but it’s something that you have to experience for yourself one day. It just makes your head spin.
Quick, this man needs a rod in his hand and some bait.
I kinda like this version of happily ever after.
I was in love with this little old lady. There was a traditional Japanese band playing at the local beer festival, so, of course, everyone was drunk. They just sung the same thing over and over while dancing their hearts out.
The classic ‘picture of a picture’.
Japanese food is amazing. I’m missing it immensely, even though there is a big Japanese food scene in Melbourne.
From the local green grocer, the supermarket or the restaurant down the street, the food was always great.