We had a really chilled morning with some green tea that is prepared for every guest.
I’ve only packed my backpack for a week, so it was time to do my laundry.
It wasn’t very confusing but it took the chance to speak to the only person in there about what washing powder I should get or how the machines worked.
One thing that was on my list of things to do was this, visiting a Moomin cafe (there are two main ones).
I got (a bit strange) rice omelette with the face of Moomin drawn in ketchup, with sort of a goulash and a Bechamel sauce. It was alright.
The best was the music though, they were playing music from the soundtrack and repeated Snuffkin’s (Snusmumriken) harmonica melody. I was happy.
They also had a little shop with Moomin merch. I wanted to get a cute iphone 6 case even though I don’t own one. And Moomin mugs I haven’t seen before.
We continued to Ueno park which was close by.
I really need to go back in the spring, because all these trees are cherry blossom trees. I couldn’t really imagine everything being pink. It must be magical.
And another nice cafe called Kayaba Coffee
After a nice break here we went in to Shibuya. And as it happened to be my birthday we met up with my new friends for dinner and drinks.
Before we had to catch the last train back we went in to get some purikura shots taken.
Thank you once again for tonight, and for the gifts. Hanging out with you all has been the best part of my visit to Japan.