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Tokyo’s Fashion Night Out

Last night, my most wonderful and dearest friend, Kyra, and I went to Tokyo’s Fashion Night Out. We set out via the trains around 5:00pm in search of a restaurant we had found online that immediately drew us in from the name: Sweets Paradise.

It did not disappoint.

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Kyra and I both have a sweet tooth and Japanese desserts rate as some of the most delicious in this world. We walked in, each put around 1,500yen ($15) in a machine and out popped our tickets. We brought it to the ladies at the front desk and they ushered us back to our table. We were given a few instructions as to how the restaurant works (pretty much: stuff your face) and the next hour or so we indulged in some of the most delectable sweets I have ever had.

From there, we took a much needed mile walk (on a very big sugar high) to the beginning of the Fashion Night Out. Over 60 stores had their doors opened to the public while offering free drinks and other small collectables that signified the famous fashion night. It was so much fun.

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Our favorites stores included Burberry, Coach (obviously — see below) and Louis Vuitton.

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It was a wonderful, enjoyable girls night out that really included everything a lady could want: delicious food, great friends, fashion, and free alcohol!

 

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