June 4, 2016

Fitting shirt for a day at Japan’s infamous Tsukiji fish market, aka one of the world’s biggest fish markets. Not sure about how much it really suits a tiny Vietnamese girl like me, but that day, I sure felt like I was bulking up sushi like I was training to become a sumo wrestler, haha.

For a day of exploring Tokyo, I stuck to my trusty Amo denim with a twisted hem and this (I thought was super dorky) graphic tee that I copped at a Japanese Uniqlo.

The tourist in me at a place as hectic and lively as this could not be any more obvious through the tone of my voice as I’m asking my boyfriend a million questions, and the pace that I walked through a crowd (New York trained me well).

Among a gazillion options for some of the freshest sushi in the world (not even exaggerating), I got to taste an oyster the size of my head (see my insta) and had one of the best sushi experience at a small shop located in a tiny alley.

For such small details, I had such a big day - as this specific part of my time in Japan was one of my best days!

Keep posted on a Japan travel diary (I know I didn’t do one last time, but I will work on one this time)!

Top: Uniqlo
Pants: Amo Denim
Shoes: Sacai
Bag: Proenza Schouler
Jacket: Alpha Industry (similar here)

Photos by Shun S.