Huff, Puff, Click, Clack
You know you are in real Tokyo when you walk IN THE CEMETERY at MIDNIGHT just to go to your friend’s house. That’s exactly what I did last night. After a night out in Aoyama, I took a cab to be dropped off at the nearest subway station where my friend lives. I forgot my friend’s address, my phone died and I don’t speak Japanese
so I can’t give instructions to the taxi driver so walking from the
subway station was the best option. What was meant to be a 3 minute walk turned out to be a long late night trek cause I couldn’t find the bloody cemetery.
I was wandering around Ikebukuro when I saw this white guy walk on the street. I wanted to ask him for directions but I hesitated cause he might be a tourist so I was like ok whatever. As he got closer, I looked at him, he stopped, did a double take and looked at me so what the heck, I went up to him and asked him where the cemetery was. Lo and behold the response was “hey aren’t you bryan? you’re the one with the blog?”
I WAS LIKE WATTTTTTTTTTT?!?!?!?!?! OMG.
He helped me out and walked me to the entrance of the cemetery. I thought that was nice. Since he lived in the opposite direction, I went to the cemetery alone. My friend’s house was just around the corner. I took this video because I was sooo scared. I’m not scared of being raped… you can’t rape the willing. I was scared of ghosts!!
Whoever you are Mr. Stranger, thank you for rescuing me.
Tomorrow I’m moving to Shibuya. Yay!