Lunch was at Maison
add: 4-8-5 Jingumae, Omotesando(exit A2)
Try : Crispy tender Tonkatsu + Kagoshima Kurobata. They have menus in English so fear not!
It was a converted public bath, and has the best fried pork cutlets in Tokyo.
Directions: Look out for signs on lamp posts along the way.
We had the Curry Katsu Rice and Katsu Don which came with a scoop of grapefruit flavoured ice-cream which was oh-so-good! The crispy pork was fried to perfection, not oily and so crispy! The condiments were on the side on every table. So u can add the sour sauce to your crispy pork as much as you like.
after lunch, more doses of Japanese Architecture along Omotesando!
Covering TODs by Toyo Ito, Prada by Herzog & de Meuron...
Cartier by Bruno Moinard
Winding down - between Comme des Garcons and Yohji Yamamoto is Yoku Moku, easy to find at 5-3-3 Minami-Aoyama with its bright blue exterior and terrace. It's famous for its pastries and desserts. Look at its macaroons!
Hanae Mori Building by Kenzo tange and Japanese Nursing Association by Kisho Kurokawa
and my fave parfait stop along Shinjuku Station almost everyday for a daily dose of sweets!
This's the Parfait store - Cozy Corner. and A leaflet from MOMA store stating 10% off storewide whenever there's a rain! hahaha and so we got our stuff there at a 105 discount!
here's our barang barang for the day!!!