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Welcoming Summer in Tokyo

Summer is near and Tokyo has everything you need to spend a wonderful time. Here are a few of my favorite things to do in town! ♡

Welcoming Summer

Enjoy a healthy lunch at BAKESHOP (1) Wear a yukata for Summer Matsuri (2) Treat yourself to a good book at BOOKS BUNNY (3) Wander around the beautiful NEZU MUSEUMWelcoming Summer

Wear trendy and colorful clothes from JUANA DE ARCO (5) Get a new camera at POPEYE CAMERA (6) Eat yummy donuts at SOAKS (7) Taste Japanese food at 246 COMMON (I’M SORRY TO INFORM YOU THAT 246 COMMON IS GONE) (8) Spend a lovely tea time at AOYAMA FLOWER MARKET TEA HOUSE (9)

Welcoming Summer

Taste Dannish food at NOMU CAFE (10) Enjoy the terrace at TAS YARD (11) Hang out with friends at WEEKEND GARAGE TOKYO (12) Explore Tokyo’s lovely neighbourhood: JIYUGAOKA (13) Savour healthy food at LE PAIN QUOTIDIEN (14)

Welcoming Summer

Decorate your house with fresh flowers from FARMERS’ MARKET (15) Energize your body with GREEN SMOOTHIES (16) and organic food at DAYLESFORD (17) Relax and enjoy tea time at MARGARET HOWELL SHOP & CAFE (18)

Happy Summer!!

All photos on this blog were snapped by me unless otherwise noted. If you see something you’d like to share, please be sure to provide a link back to this space. Thank you!

2 Comments

  1. I heard that 246 Common is closed! I hope not, that was one of my favorite summer spots 🙂 Thanks for the roundup, I’ll have to check these out.

    • Hi there, you are right. Just checked 246Common Website and they are gone. Sad to hear this cause that was a very cool spot to hang out. Thanks for the info!

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