I finally got a three-year multiple-entry to visa to my favorite city in the world.
We stayed as usual at the Peninsula, which is home in Tokyo
I love this place
It has the best hotel bathroom in the world
The best room service
Here’s what I like to order: salmon and rice for breakfast
Chicken Caesar salad for merienda
and steak bowl with giant leeks for dinner.
Jeroen loves the coffee maker
I love the closet
It’s cherry blossom season!
This lady was playing calming music at the lobby, but Jeroen says if you sit there long enough, you will go crazy
I prefer the jazz music they play in the daytime from this hidden balcony
There’s nothing like a stroll on Ginza at night. First stop: Hakuhinkan toy store before they close at 8.
Tita Virgie Ramos was here: Questina!
and right next to it, coincidentally, is a Virgina S store
There’s the Yamaha building
Vertical gardens inside the building next to Zara
I love wooden blinds
A beautiful tree in the middle of it all
Hawaiian bistro with scribbles on the window
Jeroen loves these holes in the wall, but it was full
We ended up having tapas and drinks at a Spanish restaurant
Before heading back and stopping by 7-11
These look so wrong—but the following day they were all sold out!
We walked back in the freezing cold carrying snacks from 7-11 and spotted this cute Peninsula coffee truck.
(To be continued)