Just sharing some photos taken these past few weeks / days. I’m still recovering from the crazy workload I had during the start of May. It’s great to finally sit down and update my blog and spam you guys with photos, hehe ~
So hard to eat this melon pan from our local bakery! :))
What I feel whenever I go home ~
Messy desk while doing Rainbowholic work.
Back to square one. First day of moving in!
Current desk situation. Just filmed a desk tour video so please do wait for it! 🙂
Here is another blog entry from the #9DaysJapanBackpacking series! Today’s post is about our memorable day spent in Miyajima Island in Hiroshima Prefecture. Click here to read our first day in Hiroshima.
VIDEO: Japan Travel Vlog 5: Miyajima Island (宮島) + Hobonichi Techo With Me ⛩
We had a quick forest bathing.
Vintage & original Japanese souvenir jackets from JLM-STORE.com
Breakfast in our airbnb. Made pancakes using the special Kyushu pancake mix!
How to go to Miyajima from JR Hiroshima station:
Take the JR Sanyo Line to Miyajimaguchi station. From that station, walk to the JR Ferry port and buy tickets.
I had been waiting for this day.
I got my film camera for end of March – April developed. Here are the results!
After I post this, I have to run and catch my train, haha!
Walking around the Tokyo neighborhood during lunch break.
Weekend shipments for Rainbowholic Shop. Had to bring these with me on a train trip, haha!
Not sure what these flowers are called but they really bloomed so beautifully after sakura!
My favorite cherry blossom view from above!
Here’s my blog entry about Huis Ten Bosch, a.k.a. Nagasaki’s own Disneyland!
It’s such a colorful place so imagine my overflowing excitement for this day! Utter happiness, 皆さん！Hahaha!
After spending the night at Nagasaki, we woke up early to visit the Nagasaki Atomic Bomb Museum.
I had many emotions after leaving the museum & exploring the Peace Park.
I felt sad upon learning and seeing the results of war / the terrifying aftermath of the atomic bomb. I felt relieved / happy (not sure if this is the correct adjective..) because it was so amazing how Japan had risen from such terrible incident. You would not even imagine that decades ago, Nagasaki was hell and not as colorful as these photos in this blog entry.