I often get asked, "How do you spend your free time?"
So, today I'm going to write about what happened last weekend!
Make up your mind and go eat monja! So I went to Tsukishima.
Tsukishima for the first time in a while.
It's crowded and flows into an empty shop.
I made monja and ate it innocently, so there is no photo.
Okonomiyaki to eat next.
Think about Osaka while cooking okonomiyaki.
“I want to open a pop-up store in Osaka.”
The moment I secretly decided that I wanted to bring Oblada denim and old clothes by summer.
When I got full, I decided to go to Kappabashi to buy candy.
Bulk buying of cheap sweets, adult buying!
For some reason, the tension rises and I spend 7000 yen just to buy cheap sweets.
I sometimes think that it is rather expensive, but I leave the store while strangely convincing myself that "it's just once in a while."
Monja and cheap sweets, it's like a "bonito" holiday. Rest like the boy.
So, I'm going to go a little culturally from here.
After the candy store, head to the bookstore.
Head to Maruzen at Tokyo Station.
I like this bookstore.
Convenient as a bookstore that can be reached by car. And it's full of books.
You can stay for hours.
After looking for books and magazines, I also enjoy buying stationery.
Writing utensils are very important for me who organizes various things by writing them down. When you organize your thoughts, it is an image that waste is eliminated by writing it down.
I didn't buy it, but it's fun to look at.
For those who purchased online, I decided to buy a small message card to write and take home.
After returning home, relax.
This is the night.
Relax and drink wine and read the books you bought.
And I'm having a break like this.
This kind of rest is also important for me who cares about casual daily life.
Well, this week has just started!
Let's do our best in the second half of May! ! !