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東京ミッドタウン (Tookyoo Mi·t·to·ta·u·n)

Tokyo Midtown is a place for money.

Luxury brands, ladies who lunch, Rolex, Hermés and Chanel on the hand.

Tokyo Midtown is, apart from home to one of my colleagues, a skyscraper built by Mitsui cCorp. that includes a shopping complex as well as a direct entrance to Roppongi Station. In short, somewhere to go for spending BIG money.

So... What is the cutest accessory a lady can have in an arealike this? The best styled dog, to show off at one of the many dog cafés placed downtown. As I already said, Dog Café is essentially an open café that includes a menu specific for your best friend and allows you to take him along, to enjoy a rest in the open seats.

But obviously. If you just spent 4h in that digital perm, why shouldn't he have the right to do the same? So here it is, the second most common treatment in Tokyo: The Dog's Hairdresser!

Sheep Dog.

Wool dog.

Kawaii!!! You look as fluffy as your mummy specified!
Black one, next!

Nice to watch, still… Nothing for me. At least, not yet.

Never say never...

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