Wind Chimes & Edo-style Starbucks at Kawagoe, Saitama 🎐

Hi all!

How are you guys? 元気? I hope you’re all genki (good)! ^^

Yesterday, me and my friend Kiko met up at Kawagoe to visit the insta-famous Starbucks branch & to finally experience the Wind Chimes festival at Kawagoe Hikawa Shrine.

And oh btw, you can watch the early viewing video on my patreon~ heehee! 🎐

Video will be released within the week! Please stay tuned!

I really missed exploring Kawagoe. I went here alone and with my friends before in multiple occasions. We also had some work-related photoshoots here before. Going back with a friend really felt nostalgic for me!

For many years, I would always miss the Wind Chimes event at Hikawa shrine. Not anymore this time, yay!

Kawagoe’s ~aesthetic~

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My Oedo Onsen Monogatari Experience + Things To Do in Odaiba! ♨️

Hello everyone!

For today’s blog post, I’m going to share something special!!

This blog entry is about my lovely experience at Oedo Onsen Monogatari. To those who don’t know what “onsen” is, it’s the term for hotspring in Japan. If you wanna try onsen for the first time in Tokyo, I suggest going to this place since it has many facilities you can enjoy besides the actual onsen itself! ^^

It’s so nice to take photos around the place so definitely fun for those who want to snap photos & pretend they’re back in Edo period in Japan, haha!

Walk around in your chosen comfortable yukata. You can also dine (sushi / ramen / Korean food?!), have a foot spa, enjoy the arcade, and so much more!

Read the entire post until the end to find out about my favorite things to do in Odaiba!

For the first number, of course, it’s Oedo Onsen haha!

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Content Spam + PREEN feature + Busy Busy Bee! 🐝

Hi everybody!

After soo many errands this morning, I’m finally composing this blog entry!

A lot of things have happened during the past 2 weeks since my last update. Here is my attempt to narrate what I’ve been doing (hint: a LOT of content creation haha).

July means we’re already at the SECOND half of 2018. WHAT?

Whenever I change my Hobonichi techo avec part 1 to the part 2, it always gives me goosebumps how time flies so fast… : O

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To start this blog update, let me just share this favorite feature of mine! A few weeks back, my friend who writes for PREEN interviewed me. When we were doing the SKYPE interview, I didn’t realize that she was actually jotting down notes because it was such a casual interview with all the laughing lol, haha! I got to know Mikka because Abbey is our common friend. Thank you universe for making me meet wonderful & inspiring women!!

Confessions of a Rainbowholic: Content creator Kaila Ocampo on creating your own luck by Mikka Wee

Thank you Mikka for allowing me to share a part of my story! ^_^

For the past weeks, I’ve been arranging patreon rewards / shop orders while juggling my English teacher job. I almost went crazy at some point but I’m still alive, and I should be thankful for that haha.

Some rewards for the most generous people in the planet.

Thank you to my patrons for helping me reach my goals (iPad pro help, second-hand cutting machine, etc.)!

Join the club & receive regular / monthly care packages from me!

What my desk usually looks like when it’s Rainbowholic work day.

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Gudetama 5th Anniversary Gallery at Seibu Ikebukuro 🍳

Hi all!

Just sharing some photos from our Gudetama 5th Anniversary experience last weekend at Seibu Ikebukuro. Unfortunately, the museum / gallery was up for limited time and it’s not available anymore. I hope that through this post, you’d also feel that you were there with us, haha!

Lol at the frustrated Gudetama at the back haha

omg my heart.. omg so cute

We actually visited the museum a week before the actual day.. and it wasn’t up by that time yet, lol!

We were sooo excited that day to only find out that we mixed up the dates. Funny times haha

Nevertheless, it was a great experience to try for the second time, haha!

The Gudetama 5th Anniversary Cafe will be up until September so to those who are planning to visit Tokyo / Ikebukuro during this time, do grab the chance! More info here.

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