Before I go to bed after a long day, here's a "very Japanese" blog entry again, haha.
As always, I've been juggling a lot of activities and projects recently. Hopefully.. everything would work out fine in the end. :) Just going to remind myself over and over that I have to enjoy the breaks, struggles, and the entire craziness of it all. *gives self a pep talk*
ALSOOOOO... I have a big announcement these coming days too. Praying that it wouldn't be jinxed! Fight.jpg >_<
Weeks ago, I had a mini kawaii photoshoot wearing a Yukata with Justin. I cannot wait to share the photos here ~
For now, here's a preview! hihi
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Spotted these dioramas while strolling around the mall.
Got surprised by the Banana and Pineapple Milky flavor! My goodness, the packaging ;_;
Bon Festival in our neighborhood.. wow. *_*
Obon (お盆) or just Bon (盆) is a Japanese Buddhist custom to honor the spirits of one's ancestors. This Buddhist-Confucian custom has evolved into a family reunion holiday during which people return to ancestral family places and visit and clean their ancestors' graves, and when the spirits of ancestors are supposed to revisit the household altars. It has been celebrated in Japan for more than 500 years and traditionally includes a dance, known as Bon-Odori. (Source)
Kids in pretty yukatas ~
Pastel rainbow kakigori by yours truly lol
JUST LIKE IN THE ANIME SHOWS ;_;
*about to close now*
Candied Umeboshi (?) if I'm not wrong ~
*please take a "candid photo of me" drinking beer like a cool person" lololol
Urth Caffe in Daikanyama with Sig
I'm not sure if I've blogged about this Daikanyama afternoon with Sig (our first JLM intern who was based in Tokyo)... so here it is! :)
Been wanting to try this Urth Caffe branch for so long.
Gave Sig a mini despedida / going away party because she had to go back to Manila after months of being an exchange student here.
STRAWBERRY waffles omg
Then I brought her to the Junie Moon branch. :")
And an obligatory purikura to end the day. See you again somewhere, Sig!
I guess that would be all for today's post. Hope you guys enjoyed the photos!