Wednesday, February 1, 2012

Tokyo Winter Morning Sun

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Goodmorning Sandwiches!

Tokyo Winter! Washing teeth with hot water, wearing hokkairo packs, not sitting too close to windows, hot water bottles, heated train seats, hot green tea, warming hands over the stove top cooking, wearing pompom gloves, cooking nabe, seeing icy snow piles on the side of the road and on rooftops, and, sleeping with a thousand blankets and waking up to beautiful morning sun.

I hope you are having a happy morning.

Love Love
Hello Sandwich
xoxo

20 comments:

  1. Hello and good morning Sandwich!

    I can imagine how beautiful your morning is.
    I've just finished a breakfast with an egg, 2 slices of avocado and some sausages. And I've added lotsss of powdered cheese and herbs. So yummmmmmmmmm!

    by Koey

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  2. cute photo :D have a nice day

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  3. Slightly envious it's a hot day in Perth today first day back to school for my girls. I have to remember what I do with my self after the long holiday.

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  4. Sounds like bliss. How amazing are hokkairo packs? Best invention ever!

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  5. Ooh sounds lovely. It's getting soo c-c-old. I hope you're keeping warm. I just went to Nagano and there was two metres of snow in 2 DAYS! Craziness. I was dreaming of mountains of blankets to nestle under just like your photo! x

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  6. all of that sounds so cozy and divine. i lovvveeee this photo too :)

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  7. I was so pleasantly surprised by Tokyo in winter! I was pretty (okay very) fearful of being so cold I wouldn't want to leave the hotel but that wasn't the case at all! The weather was beautiful in that the skies were always clear and if you were well rugged up you could enjoy a whole day out and about without breaking a sweat or being freezing. Best of both worlds!
    My fleece lined tights did definity assist in this though :) And the deliciously warm train seats. The seats on the subway in Kyoto almost felt tooooo warm... a little disconcerting haha. But I appreciated them all the same.
    Glad to see you're back in Tokyo! (Also I saw your mum's shop has moved back to the other side of Parramatta Rd? I'm itching to get there to check it out)

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  8. This is ridiculously inviting!

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  9. I agree. It sounds absolutely perfect. I hope your many new adventures in Tokyo turn out well this year. (o^_^o)"/' ~♥

    xoxo

    P.S. - What camera did you use to take that wonderful photograph? I'd love to know.

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  10. This image makes me wish I could make my Nanna rug faster for winter - yours looks so comforting in the warm morning sun :)

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  11. Ahh beautiful! I love sunny winters in Tokyo!

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  12. Waow, so *great* to wake up to so much sun!
    I envy you ... I have cold and all, but the sun appears less often here in Paris than in Tokyo.
    And your blanket-y nest looks so lovely!
    Thanks for being back here and bringing us your beautiful pictures!

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  13. What a gorgeous pic! Although it's winter there it looks warmer than Sydney!

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  14. waaaah, here in indonesia we have heavy winds! wuuuuuuuuussss wuuuuusssss

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  15. Beautiful! Nothing better than a sunny winter's day:)

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  16. Hi! you described Tokyo winter time so well it feels like being there (though Im sad it's not true). Never visited Japan in winter. I am very curious about it. Lovely picture to go with it too :-)

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  17. I would like to visit Japan either, never been to. I travel with your pictures ♥

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  18. I love this picture although I can 'see' the cold!! brrrr!
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