Singapore Kawaii Adventure: Mint Museum of Toys

Good evening from Manila!  :star:

I just came back from fixing my stuff + moving out from my temporary home / mini office! Can’t believe 6 months had passed by already! @_@

Time is so fast when you’re enjoying, I guess? :))

I’m going to miss Philippines again but I must go back to Japan and work so that everything that I have planted here (lol) will be sustained / can continue to grow. :”) LET’S GOOOOOOOO~  :happy:



I’m finally done with the travel video for my “Singapore Kawaii Adventure“!!!

Yay for productivity!  :heart: I have hundreds of things yet to accomplish so I feel relieved that this self-imposed task has already been crossed out from my to-do list! 😀



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Toys Toys Toys!

I don’t know if you know this unique fact about me but…

I LOVE toys! 

When I discovered that there is a museum of nostalgic toys (which are mostly expensive).. I went: ヾ(@゜▽゜@)ノ

I’d say that this is probably one of the highlights of my SG trip!  :star:

Mint Museum: The world’s first purpose-built museum for toys!  :heart:

MINT stands for “Moment of Imagination and Nostalgia with Toys”  😎

I’m ready for take-off!!

Even the elevator is coool… :O


hiiii ;_;

Ahhh, retro tin toys!!  :what:

Someday, I’ll have my own creative space solely dedicated for my love of toys.

Vinyl toys displayed inside glass cases + my mini library of everything creative + design + little corner / sofa somewhere…


I felt like I reserved the whole museum for myself because I went during non-peak hours!!

I love you, LUCK!

Hello Tetsujin 28!!

Hi creepy dolls and kewpie why you scary here TT_TT

ASTROBOY  :heart:

Hi Buzz!


We could say that this museum’s worth could be millions of dollars, haha!


Mint Museum of Toys is situated at 26 Seah Street, Singapore 188382. Admission charge for adults is $15.

Admission hours: 9:30 AM – 6:30 PM

View map here.

Heading back~

After my refreshing museum visit, I walked around the Bugis area and…

.. I spotted a super kawaii girl! She was handing out flyers for a newly-opened toy shop!

That was such a toy-themed day, lol~

Toast Box!

I love Singapore’s MRT! Sooo clean and safe!

Beautiful Chinatown in its pastel cuteness.

Look at those kawaii chopsticks!!  :cute2:

And this photo shall end this entry~

Hope you had fun viewing the photos I’ve taken!  :heart:

<3, Kaila

2 thoughts on “Singapore Kawaii Adventure: Mint Museum of Toys

  1. I’m sure that cute girl who was handing out flyers is cosplaying Tokisaki Kurumi from Date A Live! :love:


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