First we visited the city hall. It's open to the public and free of charge!
Who could expect a quilt displayed there?
When Japanese people are asked what comes to mind when hearing the word of Norway, we will probably say "the Scream" of Edvard Munch. A glance is enough to engraved it in your memory.
My mother and I missed an opportunity to view it because the museum which we wanted to visit was closed on Mondays!
But luckily there was a painting of his in the city hall.
A department called GlasMagasinet.
A funny show window.
Aker Brygge is a trendy area where you can enjoy shopping and a meal.
According to a Japanese guide who lived in Norway and accompanied us, an apartment or condo costs 8,000,000 USD. What?! It must be a joke!
How much do you think this simple hot dog is? It's 7 USD, although it tasted good under the gorgeous weather!