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Alright! After being amused by all those mind blowing cuteness overload attractions and experience.
Let's go shopping!
One of Tokyo’s biggest shopping malls, Shibuya 109 is the place to go perfect for a geek like me who is looking to take home a kawaii souvenir. This tube-shaped building is a kitsch wonderland with ten floors stocked full of kawaii keyrings, cuddly toys, clothes, jewellery and other delights. Must-visit stores are Liz Lisa for endless florals and lace, Secret Honey for its collaborative dresses with Disney, Sarah Zodiaque for adorable alice bands and Ruby Rose for diamante bling. Check into a capsule pod for the night at The Millennials Shibuya, just 10 minutes’ walk from Shibuya 109.
This place boasts a country fair-like vibe with colorful carnival rides and people stuck in traffic, not to mention a dramatic golden hour where you can capture beautiful silhouettes. SM Mall of Asia's Bay Area is my default testing ground whenever I have a new camera.