Philip Strongthe son of the remembered Ricardo Forte (1968-2013), went on vacation to Japan with one of his best friends and hasn’t stopped sharing since his arrival exclusive images of his crazy time in Tokyo in his Instagram Stories.
In his first hours in the Japanese capital, Felipe he got lost on purpose in the subway of the aforementioned city after buying a card and getting on the first unit that stopped before him, e arrived at Shibuya crossingthe famous intersection full of shops and restaurants through which more than a million people pass every day.
“We haven’t slept at all. We don’t sleep. And we are at the east intersection full of everything, we came to walk, and now we go to see the puppy (because of the famous statue of Hachiko, the akita who accompanied his master to the subway station every day), ” he said Felipe in a story.
Martita’s twin also showed up breakfast on the first day in Tokyo, made of bread, croissants, fresh fruit, yoghurt and coffee, from a skyscraper and what the streets of that incredible city are like full of vending machines along the sidewalks.
“We find gachapones (machines that sell capsule toys for a few hundred yen). For the uninitiated, they are collectibles… there are all types: from motorcycles to this one (for some miniature digital thermometers) and let’s buy one and see what comes out“, specified the son of the deceased media.
And, two blocks later, another story broke out in an alley lined with cars. “Look here: cars here, cars there. It’s full! Cars everywhere!”described Felipe together with his friend.
The teenager, who also dreams of studying business administration and acting visited a toy shop filled with model cars and a neko café, also known as a cat caféwhich are very popular in Japan, as you can eat or make an infusion in them while petting or feeding the pets that circulate there.
In another story, the young man shared images of a subway station, the ceiling of which was rubbing against his head, to which he commented with a laugh: “Let’s go back to the hotel and I’ll tell you: Japan is a place for dwarfs.”
Also, the son of the late artist and businessman who He divided his days between Miami and Buenos Airesvideo recorded from what appears to be a parking lot full of Ferraris, adding: “I don’t know how we got here and I don’t know where they are but I’ll show youwe ended up here to see if they let us drive one, but no, maybe tomorrow”.
Among other eccentricities, Felipe, who arrived in the Japanese capital after a 32-hour flighthe shared in one of his videos the tablets found in the backseat of a taxi and the huge variety of pieces of sushi he found in a restaurant when he went to eat with his friend who had just set foot on Japanese soil.
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