I was looking over the shop list at Shibuya Parco (note: I really hate sites that give a “language option” button that just forwards the page through an automatic translator), and noticed a pub with an interesting name: 真さか, which can be read as both “real booze” and “as if!”.
Sadly, clicking on the link reveals the ugly truth:
“This is a lemon sour, vegan gyoza, and vegan kara-age shop.”
Not only no, but hell no.
I was also sad to discover that the Candy Stripper shop is not for men.
On the bright side, they’ve got a Condomania, which is always good for tourist pictures.
A Glorious Future Approaches!
You know what this means:
The sign says “Heisei Girls’ Academy”, but most schools don’t have neon signs that are lit up at night, with another sign nearby offering DVDs…
As expected, 18-or-older young women do the educating at this ‘fashion health’ chain. But they do wear school outfits. Briefly.
Surprisingly, this is not an online game like “World of Tanks” or “World of Warships” (yet). Instead, it’s a photography exhibition.
Think my sister will want to go with me? 😄
With the new emperor’s ascension scheduled for May 1st, the era name has been announced: 令和 (Reiwa).
(and the artists of Pixiv are hard at work designing Reiwa-chan…)
…is realizing, “hey, we can go there next month!”.
Related, I just happened to stumble across Good Samaritan Club, a group of college-student volunteer guides who will work with you to set up a custom tour in exchange for a chance to practice their English; you just need to pay for their tickets and meals. Might come in handy for some of the out-of-the-way places we’re thinking of going. Or just open up some options for my sister to spend a day without me.
…Japanese Sloppy Joes. And not in a bad way.