To make way for the upcoming blog / youtube series, here are some teaser photos of what happened during the 9 Days Japan Backpacking adventure with Aki.
I have a train to catch in 15 minutes because I have work in another prefecture today so no captions for this post for now, haha. I’ve kept my instagram stories to those who are interested in our itinerary! Full details soon! 🙂
( Film camera used )
Thought I should try updating my blog using my phone.
If you’ve been following me or any of my social media accounts, you’d know that I’m currently on a trip to discover and explore new places here in Japan with Aki. So far, we’ve visited Nagasaki, Fukuoka, and Hiroshima.
I used to be the kind of traveler who would bring her house with her whenever she goes on a trip but after being with Aki, he has inspired me to bring only what I need for survival lol. Of course, I had a journaling pouch with me. ??
So many people sent me DM about how I pack my stuff for this trip! I’ll upload a pack with me / what’s in my travel backpack video, don’t worry lolol~
From Haneda airport, we flew to our first stop Nagasaki for about 2 hours! Upon arriving, we checked in at our cheap airbnb & left our backpacks to enjoy the Nagasaki Lantern Festival more comfortably. A rainy city welcomed us but it didn’t stop us from exploring the charming Nagasaki.
Sharing these photos taken during my first ever Tokyo Stationery Tour with my client, Katy B! Such a memorable day! It felt like I was just showing around a long-time friend around Tokyo to shop for stationery. ^^
VIDEO: Stationery Tour in Tokyo + Hobonichi Techo With Me | Rainbowholic ?
We went to Sekaido Shinjuku, IT’S Demo Shibuya, LoFT Shibuya, Tokyu Hands Shibuya, Can Do, and WRAPPLE diy cafe. For a complete version / video guide of kawaii things to do in Shibuya, watch this video Yumi-san & I produced before 🙂
I’ve been having a hard time recently & getting this sweet note from Katy B really cheered me up. Thank you for all of the wonderful gifts & the stories you’ve shared with me! 🙂
Just sharing some photos taken during our Gudetama Cafe visit last Monday. This Gudetama Cafe will run until January 21 only so if you are in Tokyo, try your luck at Seibu Ikebukuro!
Aki and I have been working hard for our Gudetama Box venture & we’ve finally decided to give ourselves a treat (we both like saving & investing our money). It was such a GREAT meal! I think that I was even like eating with my eyes closed lololol
We went on a weekday (we had a day off at work) & we were so lucky that not so much people were there!! :O
VIDEO TOUR: GUDETAMA CAFE in Ikebukuro, Tokyo ( ぐでたまカフェ ) | Rainbowholic