I am not complaining it's just that when you have the chance to travel in this kind of destination you want to enjoy every part of it. I guess it's okay because it is not going to disappear in a day, right!
The first days were ok, weather as well, similar to what we had in Paris. My apartment was 30 minutes away from Shibuya (in subway) which isn't bad, unless you're bored taking the transport network. The only thing was that they stop around midnight and since the cabs are expensive I had to walk several time for one hour to be at home. That's how in less than a week I wasn't even looking at my Google Map application to find my way!
The second week, I met all the people I wanted to for the magazine so basically after working on it, I spent most of the time wandering in Shibuya, Daikanyama & Harajuku, visiting the homies I made within the first week. Japanese people are very friendly & respectful, it's nice to not feel disoriented in such a country like Japan. Except for the language which could be an obstacle sometimes to get what you want, it took a few days to understand how they are living in society.