Last weekend, one of my anime dreams finally got fulfilled, lol! And it was to have yukata date at a matsuri here in Japan with Aki. Just thinking about how the fireworks looked magical (first time to see hanabi THAT close omg).. aah, I’m so 嬉しい (ureshii = happy).
Thank you for researching on this one!
In many occasions, I always have to take the lead (work work work) and only in this relationship I can just relax and not to get stressed about planning, etc. lolol #truestory
How much did we spend on this?? ZERO!! :O
If you’re going to Tokyo / Saitama next year, I highly recommend the Toda Koen Hanabi Taikai (Fireworks Display Festival) ~
Not sure if you’ve noticed but I’m bringing back all my oldskool photomanipz skills into use haha. I used to do these when I was in highschool (and upload my photos / photomanips on deviant art hahaha)
Yesterday, we went to Antique Jamboree that was held at Tokyo Big Sight. We spent 2-3 hours roaming around the convention area.
Our original plan was to just visit the fair but we found out that there would be a fireworks festival / hanabi …… so our plans changed, hehe. We also visited the Palette Town for the rainbow daikanrasha ~
Loving this art <3
Known as the largest antique event in Japan, the Antique Jamboree welcomes as many as 500 unique vendors from all over the country. A vast variety of items with different tastes and styles are brought in, including both Japanese and western antiques as well as collectible toys, to provide antique fans with a fun experience of antique hunting. The “shuri-ya yokocho (antique repair street),” a popular feature of the event, also returns this year with skilled antique repairmen who offer advice on repairing porcelains and potteries, furniture, precious metal items, jewelries, toys, watches, silver items and more. A talk show by these repairmen is also scheduled during the fair. (Source: Go Tokyo)
Had tempura don for late lunch ~
Saw tall sunflowers while walking around. Himawari かわいい!