Let’s kick this post off with some Pokemon!!! The Gen 4 starters are some of my favourites.
But the main focus of this post will be the Imperial Palace in Chiyoda, Tokyo.
Today I’m writing something a little bit different than the photo heavy Japan posts that I have been posting for the last couple of weeks/months, and that is a review of Bastille’s second album ‘Wild World‘, released September 9th 2016.
I’ve only gotten into Bastille recently, and now I realise how much time I wasted without them. I prepped for V Festival with them and recognised what I’d missed out on. Then I died and went to heaven during their V set, before heading back down to a rainy Weston park. Here we are a few weeks later, and a day hasn’t gone by without Bastille blasting from my phone, TV, laptop – whatever I can force to play their music.
Today let’s take a trip to the now closed Free! cafe in Akihabara!
The Free! cafe had been open for months, however it shut its doors a few weeks back. I’m sure some variation will open again, anime cafes come and go extremely often, I think they usually stay open for 6 or so weeks.
And damn if they aren’t popular! You often reserve a seat via a lottery system, you apply for slots and if you’re lucky enough to get a seat at a certain time, you can go!