The second visit to Japan for Andreas was achieved happily accompanied with his fiance, beautiful Herliani.
Andreas and Herliani, both from Indonesia, know very well about the street feeling of Shinjuku, their matching style naturally melted to the air of the city and yet their laughter and gentle sweet gaze were shine bright to attract notice from busy Shinjuku passers-by.
Just 10 minutes walk from the world most crowded station, they've found peace and calm silence at Shinjuku Gyoen.
Herliani gasped in surprise with brilliant big smile bloomed the cheek. Andreas was gently standing behind her with rejoiced face.
Shinjuku Gyoen is a beautiful broad garden which originally belonged to the General of Edo (former name of Tokyo) and Imperial Family. The word, 'Gyoen', sounds very classic and elegant. It means not only 'Park' but includes 'Imperial'.
Andreas and Herliani surprised me with the changed outfits which perfectly captured the relaxing and graceful mood of the surroundings.
Their hug, smile, and soft feathery touch to each other were just outstandingly beautiful in the particles of the tender light.
Early blooming Kawazu-zakura (河津桜) embrace the beginning of their new chapter of love and I was delightful to be a witness for them.