I was happy to spend my first day in Tokyo hanging out on Omotesando snapping some pictures of the stylish passer-bys.
While waiting for the then empty streets to fill up, mom and I had breakfast at Andersen’s, a Danish restaurunt my mom has been frequenting since she moved here in 1982.
It was delicious.
It wasn’t long before Omotesando became a sea of people….
A shady nook next to a convenience store is apparently a watering hole for Omotesando’s steeziest…they were all just parked here, silently begging to have their photographs taken!
It was funny, as my mom and I were snapping along Omotesando, there must have been at least 5 people who came by hauling big piles of twigs. I wonder what they were for!
It wasn’t long before my mom and I were exhausted…stopped to give our feet a rest.
(My Martin Marigela cowboy boots)
(Mom’s Ann Demeulemeester sandals)