I’m back with another Kawaii Box review + giveaway on the blog!
I was so excited to open my own box that I just had to film everything first~!
Here’s the video that I just uploaded earlier this morning on rainbowholic.tv ~
KAWAII BOX Unboxing + Hobonichi With Me 💝
My Kawaii Box actually arrived quicker than I expected it to be ~
Kawaii Box Review 1 | Kawaii Box Review 2 | Kawaii Box Review 3
( Extra: Japan Candy Box )
Just sharing this fun The Purge / Halloween / Suicide Squad-themed photoshoot we had yesterday before our friend Aldz (Justin’s HS batchmate / fellow Advertising Mgt. student) went back to Osaka. It started with just “let me just take a photo of both of you wearing the jackets before you leave” and.. then my brother came for work. Then, it all escalated quickly lol. We suddenly had badass props for the “mini shoot”, haha!
Enjoy the photos, everybody! Haha
Japan Souvenir Jackets – JLM STORE
Last year, my college friend/Papercraft designer Rich moved to New York to study Industrial Design. She and her boyfriend (who is also my friend haha, hi Vic!!) designed this cleverly beautiful self-watering planter that can also be converted into a terrarium. It’s called Plantereo and they’re live on Kickstarter now! Of course, I’m one of their 100% supporters!
She also made this amazing Rainbowholic cake house design and Dancing Groot (Guardians of The Galaxy) papercraft! This girl is a CREATIVE genius, obviously! *_*
They have been growing a lot of plants in this easy-to-use planter. They shot a really cool timelapse of wheatgrass growing with just one refill of water. Check out Totoro’s surprise cameo in the end!
Plantereo can be used either as a terrarium, or a self-watering planter. The terrarium is for plants that thrive in humid environments.
Plantereo’s self-watering mode allows you to forget about watering for up to 5 days! You can also just use the ceramic pot on it’s own- so neat!
Ahh, sooo pretty to look at! I think I will add a catbus / nekobus or Totoro somewhere there and make my own Totoro Forest miniature haha.
おはようございます from Japan!
For today’s blog post, I’m going to share about my first experience at Hair Salon NALU and 76CAFE located at Omotesando, Tokyo!
To start off, here’s a photo of one of their popular desserts! It’s so cute!
.. and I indeed had a good stay!
Post-salon treatment #OOTD with this clever Sukajan / souvenir jacket that will be available soon at Japan Lover Me Store!
Guys, it’s HACHIKO! :)) Angry Hachiko + Shibuya Map, haha!
I went there last Thursday and it was raining in the morning. I was so hungry so I had a quick breakfast at Mcdonald’s first!
It was also my first time to see the Spring version of the Takeshita Dori banner!
First time to order this set!
After stuffing myself with much-needed energy, I went to NALU hair salon.