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Tokyo Lookbook

I’ll never get tired of Tokyo. The food, the extra friendly people, the busy streets, the cool locals designer shops– you can tell I’m deeply in love with this city. I always look forward to discovering new/ hip streets, newly opened (and delicious) cafes/ restaurants and I can’t wait to go back. Not sure if I want to explore other parts of Japan or should I just keep going back here? Any thoughts? Lol.

So cool seeing this on Shibuya crossing, the busiest street in the world. Must-try restaurant in Shibuya: Midori Sushi. There were 35+ people before us but we still lined up knowing it was going to be worth the wait– and WOW. Worth it talaga. Random streets in Harajuku. Hopefully I get to go to Tokyo again this year. Already missing the food. Ramen. Sushi. Sashimi. Tonkatsu. Now I’m hungry.

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11 Comments

  1. Rachel
    7 months ago

    I love your style! Great post and blog!

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    1. laureen
      7 months ago

      Thanks Rachel x

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  2. Katrin Marielle Antonio
    7 months ago

    I am always a fan of your styles, Ate Lau <3 I can always sense Simple. Fashionable. Comfy and even Fab 🙂

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    1. laureen
      7 months ago

      Thanks xx

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  3. GAYLE AUTRIZ
    7 months ago

    I love this! you’re such an inspiration Laureen ❤️

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    1. laureen
      7 months ago

      Thanks Gayle <3

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  4. Steffany Teves
    7 months ago

    Sarap ng foods , masarap din sa mata tingnan yung place. 😍😍

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    1. laureen
      7 months ago

      SUPER!!!

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  5. REGINE LOPEZ
    6 months ago

    I love you so much Ate Lau. Im a big fan! <3

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  6. Mhikey
    2 months ago

    I’m a huge fan na talaga ate lau!! I admire you a lot. Not just your fashion sense but your personality as well.

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    1. laureen
      2 months ago

      Thanks Mhikey x

      Reply

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