The desert. I was a bit too full to get one myself though.
A picture I managed to snap of Mei and Nami during our conversing. We talked about a lot of things, from differences between America and Japan, to job searching, to dieting and exercise, and naturally a lot more topics came up. I managed to learn a few new words too!
All of us assembled. From left to right: Me, Mayu, Maki, Nami, and Mei.
On our way out of the restaurant.
Some of the graffiti that can be found around Shibuya.
An advertisement for EXILE's new album. I tripped on the sidewalk and twisted my ankle shortly after this shot. Unfortunately it still hurts a bit now.
View of Shibuya as we crossed an overhead walkway.
Advertisement for the new Dissidia game that came out.
Art meets Mode advertisement.
Naturally, the next place we went was an arcade so we could take purikura!
A couple of the purikura machines. There were so many that it was hard to choose which machine to use!
A sign advertising their stamp card services.
After we chose a random one, the purikura machine gave us this pack of eyelashes as a gift. No one really wanted them, so I ended up taking them.
Deciding how to divide up the purikura...
Which turns into an opportunity for a silly photo!
The purikura we took together.
After purikura, we decided to head into the next building over for some karaoke.
We got the party room! Which was a bit unfortunate for me since we sat all the way in the back. I had some trouble reading some the lyrics because they were blurry for me without my glasses.
Everyone wanted to hear me sing in English, so I kicked our karaoke session off with Bad Romance.
Other songs we sung were AKB48's Heavy Rotation and the classic Stay Away by L'Arc~en~Ciel. Surprisingly, Shoujo Jidai and KARA songs were also sung (in their Japanese versions, of course).
After our hour and a half of fun we all headed our separate ways. However we did leave with plans to meet up again next day to do cherry blossom viewing. I'm really looking forward to it!