Tokyo. An electric and exciting city underpinned with serenity and spirituality. From the pulsating energy of people at the busiest crosswalk in the world, the quirkiness of girls in costume in Harijuku, to the gracefulness of women who still walk the streets in traditional dress, and the gentle energy of temple gardens.
Introducing Gaynor Alder’s ‘An Australian Girl in Japan’. From getting around (buy the rail pass) to eating out, from learning Japanese (hai) to realising everyone understands the universal language of Chanel, step inside Gaynor’s shoes and discover the adventures of an Australian girl in Japan.