Near Tokyo’s Nihonbashi station, there is the home of the permanent Pokémon Café. You can book your table and time slot one month in advance, which I highly recommend. It is super popular and always booked out.
In this video I also show you around its neighbouring Pokémon Center DX, some Pokémon Donuts, as well as the scariest Eevee sheet mask, I’ve ever encountered!
Are you ready for my updated shopping guide about where to buy Pullips in Japan?! A little over a year ago, I wrote a post about Pullip dolls in Tokyo, which I now updated with stores in Osaka and Yokohama as well.
I hope that this video will be helpful, when you are planning your dolly adventures and please leave me any new recommendations in the comments!
Edit: I did not find my ICOCA, but I discovered that I can use my SUICA also in Osaka and their website states that it also works as IC card in Sendai and Niigata, Hokkaido, Tokai, West Japan and Kyushu.
Follow me on some recent adventures to the zoo and lots of Christmas markets – it was my first time filming out in public, but it was surprisingly so much fun and absolutely worth it. I am not worrying about vlogging in Japan anymore! And speaking of Japan: I am showing you some essentials that I am always bringing on long haul flights and many products are only sold in Japan as well! I am so excited! 🙈
Thank you so much for watching! 💕 Theri