In Shibuya to: I came here to visit the hairdresser. I’m actually living in Japan right now.
The Shibuya crossing is: busy, loud and flashy, even though I've been on it many times before. It's truly amazing in its own way. Today, there was a model on the crossing for a photoshoot. I wanted to take a picture but the staff said I wasn’t allowed.
Japan is fascinating because:
There are many things in Japan that still amaze me, the Robot Restaurant for example. I went to Onzawa Onsen in the snow, and it was amazing! It’s a small outdoor bath in the middle of the snow at 2150 meters high. The highest outdoor Onsen in Japan. Truly one of my best experiences in Japan.
After Shibuya I'm: going to meet my friends and then we’re having a Hanami (cherry blossom viewing) party.
Magda loves onigiri – especially with fish eggs and with salmon. And as for her favorite food in Japan…. It’s sashimi!