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    is a virtual space where Liyana Aris documents her evolving modest personal style, which is based on the art of looking casually stylish while still remaining modest and doing it all on a budget; about 93% of her closet are filled with affordable things. (PS: The remaining 7% has a lot to do with her secret addiction to Adidas shoes and her occasional splurges on discounted high-end bags and clutches, shhh.) [+]
    24.4.16 .

    Luke's Lobster in Cat Street, Omotesando, Tokyo




    Honestly, the lobster meat from Luke's Lobster in Cat Street, off of the long stretch of Omotesando, was the juiciest lobster meat that had ever made its way into my digestive system. Basically bomb.com, guys. (PS: Has anyone ever checked if www.bomb.com is an actual website?)

    I think Luke's Lobster must have been relatively new because I didn't notice the little stall on my first few visits to Tokyo, but when I spotted it last November, I knew I had to give it a go, and I am SO GLAD I DID.
    That's one of the many, many things I love about Tokyo: they "import" all these amazing shops and cafes from other countries, like Max Brenner, Ben & Jerry's, and now Luke's Lobster!

    If you ever get to Omotesandoand you've got to, because Kiddy Land is therewhy not pay a little visit to Luke's Lobster? And afterwards check out the Adidas flagship store right down Cat Street, and the Ragtag opposite it?

    Ahhh, the good ol' times.

    Can't promise you there wouldn't be a long line in front of the counter, though; I think there was a good 40 people waiting in line when I was there during the cherry blossom week!








    Honestly, the lobster meat from Luke's Lobster in Cat Street, off of the long stretch of Omotesando, was the juiciest lobster meat that had ever made its way into my digestive system. Basically bomb.com, guys. (PS: Has anyone ever checked if www.bomb.com is an actual website?)

    I think Luke's Lobster must have been relatively new because I didn't notice the little stall on my first few visits to Tokyo, but when I spotted it last November, I knew I had to give it a go, and I am SO GLAD I DID.
    That's one of the many, many things I love about Tokyo: they "import" all these amazing shops and cafes from other countries, like Max Brenner, Ben & Jerry's, and now Luke's Lobster!

    If you ever get to Omotesandoand you've got to, because Kiddy Land is therewhy not pay a little visit to Luke's Lobster? And afterwards check out the Adidas flagship store right down Cat Street, and the Ragtag opposite it?

    Ahhh, the good ol' times.

    Can't promise you there wouldn't be a long line in front of the counter, though; I think there was a good 40 people waiting in line when I was there during the cherry blossom week!





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