Source: Purple Pen in Japan
I’m old-fashioned when it comes to bras. I like them in neutral colors and plain designs. No laces, frills and shocking colors. It’s for practical reason. I like wearing well-fitting and light-colored tops. If I wear a colorful bra, it will show through. If I wear a lacy bra, it will make creases on my top. I didn’t realize it’s not easy to find this kind of bra in Japan.
For starters, I didn’t know if I looked at the right place. I visited the Shimamura, Entetsu department store, AEON department store, Don Quijote and Uniqlo. They’re considerably big stores but their bras are too girly- all lace, foams and frills. They’re perfect for those wanting to look nice and cute for their men but that’s not my purpose. I just need a simple, plain, white bra! They have plain walking bras but the material is too light it won’t cover enough what it’s supposed to cover. I don’t know if Japan has a special underwear store or something but I didn’t find what I was looking for in the stores.
After raiding these stores, I went to Entetsu-One supermarket to buy a drink. Lo and behold! It’s where …continue reading
Source: Tokyo By Bike
There’s still nothing quite like the real thing, though!
Cycling isn’t just an activity; it’s an experience. Every time you take to the road or ride on a trail, you experience a new part of the world around you. Yes, even if it is just the cacophony of traffic in Tokyo. Of course, not everybody has the time or the drive to commit to a regular cyclist’s lifestyle. Thankfully, there is a good alternative for those who, for one reason or another, can’t really go out and burn through calories on the open road: exercise bikes.