Well, of course! I love Starbucks as much as others do! In Texas they are located at almost every street corner, while here in Norway we have one. At the airport. 4 hours away… Yey.

I don’t drink the typical black coffee yet (too bitter), but I love a good ice tea or a frappuccino <3 And Starbucks has the best ice tea (medium, black, sweetened)! On a long day shopping it’s nice to have some refreshments ;) Thank god, there are 10 Starbucks’ in Tokyo (according to Google maps).

I also found this really cool Starbucks which is also located in Tokyo. You can read more about it and see more pictures of it on this site here. :D

ImageNice, or what? ;D

Of course I need a Starbucks souvenir. I never get enough of Starbucks cups.

So yeah. I love Starbucks. I even made a Starbucks gingerbread-house last X-Mas… What do you think? :)


(I had a gingerbread-monster too in the background. I might show you if you’re interested ;))


“Just add water!” ~ Japanese Hamburger


Demonstration of the Kracie Happy Kitchen Hamburger kit! Pretty cool, and very Japanese ;p

Not sure if I’d try to eat it, but it looks fun!

No artifical colors, tastes real and it costs 258 yen (3.17 USD/18 kr) :D

Would any of you eat it?

The famous dog

Some of you might have heard about it before. The famous dog Hachikō. There are several books and movies that are inspired by this dog, and his relationship with his owner, Ueno Hidesaburō. Ueno-san (Mr. Ueno) was a scientist at the Tokyo University, and every morning he took the train from Shibuya Station. He took Hachikō as a pet in 1924, when the puppy was only a year old. Every day after work, Hachikō greeted his owner as he stepped off the train at the station. This daily routine continued until May, 1925, when Ueno-san died at work. He never returned to his waiting dog. Every day until his death May 8th, 1935 Hachikō went to Shibuya Station to greet his owner at the exact moment the train arrived. He was 11 years old when he died and today the dog is a sign of loyalty to the Japanese people.

Today there is a statue outside of Shibuya Station of Hachikō. This is a common meeting place in the area. And this is the statue that I want to see :3


There’s also a movie from 2009 based on the story. Hachi: A Dog’s Tale with Richard Gere in the main role.


I think the story is really nice and inspiring, but sad too. It has to be fantastic having a relationship like that with your pet. Do you, my dear reader, have any pets? Any cool pet stories? Or just really cute cat pictures or gifs from Tumblr? Let me know if ya do! :D <;3

And the co-writer is…

Konichiwaaa~ ヾ(@⌒ー⌒@)ノ

My name is Morten and I’m the co-writer of this blog (though most of the time I’ll be editing the typos and inconsistency of my fellow writer/classmate/friend I suppose
I’ll also be the main photographer when we get to Tokyo, and I’ll look into the possibility of making some vlogs too!

More information about me, and the reasons for why I’ll be visiting Tokyo this summer is to be found in the “About” section under my name
(hover over the button for god’s sake!! ヽ( ̄д ̄;)ノ)
Well, at least after I have written it.. (^^ゞ

More to come in a few days, but until then:
気をつけて – Ki o tsukete – Take care