January 11, 2014

Roppongi, Feb 2013 Photo Diary

Roppongi, the hub of expat living, so renowned as a hub for bars, clubs and excess that it’s almost a cliché. Formerly seedy, Roppongi’s been tricked out by slick Roppongi Hills and Tokyo Midtown; centers of contemporary art, architecture, consumerism, food and monuments to tycoon egos. Come for the art, stay for the views. 

 Tim Burton, anyone?

 People having their dates.

 Mori Art Museum On the top floor of the Mori Tower in Roppongi Hills, art is finally elevated to where it should be. We take in Aida Makoto’s ever-changing and eclectic series of works spanning from the profound to the disturbing, to the garish, offensive and unnecessarily self-indulgent. Love him or hate him, his work will elicit a reaction and you’ll never be bored. First seen at Singapore Art Museum, we were happy to take his full exhibit. 

 My handsome "Japanese" date wearing my Valentine's gift.  (no, he's not Japanese)

Lovely Indian dinner in a Japan. Haha.
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Listening to: Toxic by Yael Naim (cover)
Loving: Kyouya
Watching: Ouran High School Host Club

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