Yesterday I went downtown Tokyo to see an impressionist exhibition from the Orsay in the National Art Center.
Despite waking up earlier than yesterday, at 2pm I was forced to realize that staying at home, my productivity drops drastically. I was so pretty determined to go outside, anywhere, for any reason, just for some change of air to set my mind in motion. However, I didn’t feel enthusiastic enough to go downtown again, and I don’t know any suitable cafes in the area either. I ended up with just walking (instead of cycling) to buy groceries.
It was worth it in more ways than one: first of all, I got to wear my new kilt again (I’d rather not ride my bicycle with that) and I found a pottery exhibition on the way.
My Saturday (nor the days following) was in no way shorter than my Friday. I started the day in Akihabara, checking out the lineup of airsoft shops. We’re going airsofting in Ibaraki with a bunch of colleagues on Sunday, so I looked around, tried out some guns at a shop with a test shooting range (fun as hell), and bought nothing. Gonna go back the day after tomorrow for some of the essentials, mostly protective gear.
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