Yesterday, we went to Antique Jamboree that was held at Tokyo Big Sight. We spent 2-3 hours roaming around the convention area.
Our original plan was to just visit the fair but we found out that there would be a fireworks festival / hanabi ...... so our plans changed, hehe. We also visited the Palette Town for the rainbow daikanrasha ~
Loving this art <3
Known as the largest antique event in Japan, the Antique Jamboree welcomes as many as 500 unique vendors from all over the country. A vast variety of items with different tastes and styles are brought in, including both Japanese and western antiques as well as collectible toys, to provide antique fans with a fun experience of antique hunting. The "shuri-ya yokocho (antique repair street)," a popular feature of the event, also returns this year with skilled antique repairmen who offer advice on repairing porcelains and potteries, furniture, precious metal items, jewelries, toys, watches, silver items and more. A talk show by these repairmen is also scheduled during the fair. (Source: Go Tokyo)
Had tempura don for late lunch ~
Saw tall sunflowers while walking around. Himawari かわいい!
Spotted these kawaii girls in Hijab and Yukata! <3
What a lovely combination!! <3
Palette Town ~
Enjoying the view from Rainbow Daikanrasha ~
Yurikamome line ~
The whole beach was packed with people! We were so lucky that we found a spot where we could enjoy the view. ;_;
I didn't care at all lololol. For the sake of experience, I forgot how to be lady-like in a dress.
Thank you to the random Japanese lady who offered magazines for us to sit on >_<
Lolololol.. after 100+ photos.. :)) I didn't realize my photos were blurry, haha.
With Hanabi Buddy Justin. He helps me out a lot with JLM Store and a hundred more photography requests lololol. ありがとうね！
"Ok take a photo of me enjoying the view"
The crowd *_*
Good thing it was windy and cool!
And the funny thing was, we got a better view when we were on our way home ... hahaha. Wouldn't trade the Hanabi x beach experience though!
If you are going to Japan this Summer, hanabi is a must! You can always google for the schedule. :)
Hope you enjoyed the mini photospam!