Exploring Electric Tokyo

Faith's True Tales

In Kyoto, locals of all ages stared at me. Someone said that it was my light hair and eyes – the sign of a demon. Not your average bad guy demon, but a sort of spirit. The idea still made me uncomfortable. However, when we got to Tokyo, I was the one doing the staring. I couldn’t believe there were so many people in uniform and the same dressed in crazy shoes, wigs, even revealing their butt cheeks in tiny shorts. I could people watch for days. I could play intense arcade games for months and I could fall in love with a city, time and time again, for a lifetime. I could not be much more different from the Japanese yet I felt at home, or maybe it was just a wishful thought. Tokyo put love and detail to even the smallest things. They did they unthinkable in the…

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