Our first agenda for our 4th day in Japan was to hear mass at a catholic church. It was a really nice experience since there were a LOT of Pinoys there and they were very friendly. They were so helpful in helping us locate yet another ramen place that was highly recommended by the guys we met up with on our second night in Tokyo.
Ichiran is located in the Roppongi district and has a classroom setting for a serious ramen experience.
You customize your ramen according to your preference!
It was a rainy afternoon but we braved it and walked to the The National Art Center also found in Roppongi.
The National Art Center is so beautiful and we happened to be there when a really large exhibit for amateur artists was ongoing. They gave us stickers before entering to serve as our votes for the paintings we liked best!
Art ba itey?
We left the museum at sunset
Roppongi was so pretty and clean!!!
There are so many restaurants in Japan with fake food displays. So cute!
Geisha taking a train
We went to Shibuya to check out one of the busiest intersections in the world!
And of course we visited the shrine of the most loyal dog ever, Hachiko!!!
We ended the night with a fabulous Tempura dinner – Jim’s treat – to celebrate our engagement!:)
I had the worst scare in my life after stepping out of the restaurant. It was really cold so I put on my jacket and shook my arms. Believe it or not, my ring flew off my finger!!!!!!!! GRABE!!!! It was 1.5 sizes too big for my finger (uyyy, feeling payat) and we all panicked for a good 1 minute until somebody (I don’t even remember which one of us) found it really close to a sewer!! Hahahaha bwisit!!! So I started wearing it on my middle finger so it would be tighter. Now, it’s been resized to a perfect fit and I’m so so so happy – I’m never taking this off <3