These days, I've been uploading #HobonichiWithMe videos! I've been wanting to do something similar to this (Kawaii DIY related) when I was in Manila but I forgot my tripod! *_* Finally, I had time to setup everything! (Time = 2 hours before work lol)
I used to do my hobonochi "exercise" during nighttime but I'm enjoying it more as it has become part of my morning ritual. I was so surprised by the feedback of my first video (uploaded on facebook) that it inspired me more to continue documenting my session & sharing it with others afterwards. I'll have more crafty / kawaii diy-related videos later on but for now, here's a good start! ;)
Enough of my hobonichi, and let's start with the Edo Tokyo Museum photos!
Very scenic bathhouse in the open air museum. Studio Ghibli feels!
Perfect season to go there? Of course, Spring!
(Thanks Abbey for this photo!)
Lolz, donut judge please haha
My amiga Abbey
My other amiga, Reesey
If you want to take photos and have a feel of old Japan, this whole place will really amaze you!
Class photo, lols
For our sukajan / souvenir jacket photoshoot, view Justin's photos here!
This place really transported us to the old / retro Japan!
Forever Saitama buddies haha
Even these toilets are cute lol
And after that super long day, we had a super FUN session!
It's so funny how everything escalated so FAST haha. Reese just wanted to check her guitar.. and eventually, she performed in front of Abbey and me! :))
A few minutes later, we were snapchatting everything and she was already doing a LIVE show haha! Gil and Justin joined us afterwards.
I miss this group ;_;
Thank you Reesey, Abbey, Gil and Justin for such a memorable day & night! I still can't forget it! :")