No cherry blossoms, just the wind in your hair. Ultramodern umbrellas passing by. There’s no focal point in the fog. That’s the beauty of it. If you had £15,500 would you stay at the Ritz Carlton suit or would you float in the fog? You could stay here, hidden in plain sight. Watch the world go by.
Thoughts start getting mind-bending really fast, constantly expanding within a fraction of a percent. There’s time for a new life.
“Do you see a new chance to try this,” they asked.
The street lights never attempted to recreate a cinematic image of what a real city looks like. They are just handprints of light. There are no real-world limitations on imagination, you can blend into your surroundings, and you, yourself turn into fog.
Let’s have a drink
- 1 1/4 cup almond milk (or any type of plant milk)
- 1 1/4 cup water
- 1/2 teaspoon matcha tea
- 1 tablespoon maple syrup or honey
- 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
How To Make Tokyo Fog
Heat the water, not allowing it to boil.
Place the tea in a mixing bowl and whisk with a little water. Dissolve the honey or maple syrup and the vanilla into the remaining water and add to the bowl.
Froth the milk. You can use a frother, a french press or a shaker.
Divide the tea into two cups. Pour in frothed milk. Sprinkle a little matcha tea powder on top to garnish.
Enjoy your Tokyo Fog.
Until the next one,