Here is this week’s update & photo dump! Enjoy the photos!
Last night, we’ve finally released our first travel guide e-book project under the Our Kawaii Tokyo brand! It’s a creative guide / compilation of our favorite hangout places in Harajuku, Shibuya & Shinjuku. If you love the things that I visit or hoard (coughs stationery coughs), you will also enjoy exploring around Tokyo with this guide.
Ashley, Allie and I really worked hard on this one (2 years in the making or so, lol #nevergiveup). Allie did the entire layout & everything’s wonderfully done!
We had to change many pages along the way because some shops closed down & we wanted to give the reader a more user-friendly experience (putting ourselves in her/his shoes) so. We hope that you will also enjoy browsing our mini guide. We wish to create more themed travel guides in the future. ^^
The price right now for June 2017 is 1200 JPY. You can purchase it from Rainbowholic Shop. ^^
Illustrations / patterns by Allie. Photos by everybody 🙂
Finally had some time to sit down and sort out all the photos from my phone and camera. Yay! 😁
During Ashley’s second day in Saitama, we decided to explore Gunma prefecture for the first time! It’s nearer from where I’m located than being in Tokyo so we were able to maximize the entire day!
When Ashley and I were talking about our synced vacation together, she suggested Tambara Lavender Park.
Seriously, this girl really knows how to research amazing places! :”)
The place really reminded me of Farm Tomita in Hokkaido.
Last year (at around this time) was when I visited Hokkaido all by myself, omg! Time really FLIES!!
The best part of this trip? I got to spend it with Ashley!
While she wanted to see lavenders.. I wanted to see sunflowers. And it was such a delightful surprise when we saw a mini park / area just for sunflowers inside Tambara Lavender Park!
Last Sunday, I went on a trip to Higashimurayama, Tokyo. It is located in the western area of Tokyo. It was my first time there and I almost took the same route when I went to Totoro’s Forest.
Waited for almost 20 minutes to take a photo of the pretty Seibu yellow train.
A day will not be complete without any hobonichi documentation! XD
First time to see an Iris flower!
Summer vibes everywhere. Children were trying to catch mini fishes (or were those tadpoles? haha) and bugs!
Cutest moment that day.
Keep on scrolling ~!
Today’s photospam is surely a visual feast for your eyes! I had so much fun editing and arranging this blog entry & I hope that you will enjoy scrolling down the entire page too, heehee ~
Oh and by the way, I also previously blogged about Hitachi Seaside Park here.
Random couple sighting! #GOALS haha
(Kaila the couple stalker lol)
Ahh, beautiful narcissuses!
Yet another #goals photo haha.