My dear readers,
How have you all been doing? I am extremely stressed and on top (or because of..?) that I got very very very sick last week, I was super dizzy, I threw up all my food I could not walk more than 10 meters and it was just plain horrible. It might be the extreme heat + the stress I guess but I am better now. I am leaving my dorm next week soooo I have so much to do you can't probably even imagine. I'll try to write some posts beforehand so you won't be without me for ever because I won't be able to blog the first ~10 days in Korea because my boyfriend is visiting and I am attaining a seminar afterwards.
Soooo just a quick update today. Better than nothing, right? I was in Tokyo on Monday because I had to apply for my Korean visa (like not even two weeks before I leave, great organization Korea University...) and since you had to apply from 09:00 - 11:30AM I went super early and spend some time in Harajuku afterwards. Of course it was like 100°C and I was dying whenever I was outside but it's like that for some weeks now so I probably should get used to it.
The big department store La Foret had Grand Summer Bazar so I thought it would be a good idea to go there and see if I find anything nice. I don't know why I thought that was a good idea. I've been living in Japan before but I totally forgot what sales are like. Not even close to the things in Germany, when a big sale is in Japan, hell is breaking loose. I kid you not.
Yes, yes, the decoration for advertising sales in Japan are generally very subtle. I mean, you could miss an amazing opportunity so better have 1000+ balloons in front of it and poster everything. With the same motive. Because the message becomes stronger when you have 1000 posters saying the same.... (not). Also that girl on the right; with her self-made advertisement board and something to scream at the customers.