What I Did & Wore in Japan | Japan Photo Diary

Hello lovelies,
I apologise for the apparent lack of presence on my blog lately, but I hope I can make it up to you with this eye candy in the form of my Japan Photo Diary. I hope that allowing you to peer into my travel itinerary and winter wardrobe essentials is useful and inspiring to you all. Enjoy!


Paid a visit to the world's largest crossing - Shibuya Crossing

Roamed the bright fairy floss coloured streets of Harajuku.

Wished upon a star at Disneyland Tokyo.

Viewed Tokyo's nightlife from the sky at the Tokyo SkyTree.

Wandered through the streets and gardens of Shinjuku to stumble across some of the seasons first cherry blossoms. Definitely one of my favourite moments from the trip!

Walked through the never-ending markets at Asakusa Temple.

Sipped tea while staring at this incredible view of Mt. Fuji and the Tokyo Tower from our beautiful artist room at the Park Hotel. To say this spot was to die for would be an understatement.

Actually went to visit Tokyo Tower.


Gapped at the Golden Pavillion Temple in Kyoto.

Wandered through this never-ending bamboo forest in Arashiyama. 

Got lost in the quaint streets of Kyoto.

Read up on my Japanese political history at Nijo Castle.

My winter wardrobe essentials as seen through-out: Dissh Dusty Pink Trench Coat, H&M Rust Coloured Satin Blouse, Thrifted Black Woolen Cardi, Factorie Floppy Hat, Beginning Boutique Baby Blue Turtle Neck, Levi Jeans, Windsor Smith Grinded Leather Boots, Chuck Taylor's Converse

Thank you Japan for giving me the most incredible, indescribable experience of my life. I can't wait to meet you one day again soon.
Kelly xx

1 comment

  1. Looks like such an amazing trip, I'd love to visit Japan! Great photos x