The long-awaited Harry Potter spin off is here! Many, including myself, weren’t too excited by the prospect of more Harry Potter, for me it was as we already have an incredible story from that universe. Not only that, it was a complete and cohesive story, and after The Cursed Child (my thoughts on which you can watch here) I wasn’t feeling too optimistic. Nor was I enthused by the announcement of there being 5 films in this series, and I’m still not sure how I feel about that.
As a warning, there will be SPOILERS!!
The final post.
Well, sort of. The next post will be a collection of photographs from my phone that don’t really fit anywhere.
*Lady Gaga A-YO voice* Here we go!
Today we head off to Tokyo’s Sensoji Temple.
Sensoji is not only one of the premiere tourist spots in Tokyo, it is actually the oldest temple in the city, dating back to the year 645.
The gate you can see above is known as the Kaminarimon (Thunder Gate), and is the first gate you enter on your journey to Sensoji’s main grounds.
Back in Tokyo, and after 26 posts, we are nearing the end of these finally!
On one of my final days I met up with my friend Eggy, we’ve known each other on Twitter for a really long time, so it was amazing to finally meet her! She came all the way down from Sendai, because she’s the true MVP! I also met Eggy’s friend Ayu, who was really lovely also!
I passed this shrine whilst on my way to meet Eggy in Shinjuku, I’m just throwing it in here as all torii gates are pretty.
Welcome back to Tokyo! The final leg of our trip to Japan.
After visiting Tokyo, Osaka, Kyoto, Hiroshima and Miyajima, we came back to Tokyo for a few days before our flight.
We started in the Asakusa area of Tokyo, and we booked a hotel this time! The hotel was bloody incredible, it wasn’t expensive, but it housed a mall, and hosted weddings whilst we stayed.
This was the view from our room!