Japanese Summer Dreams + Rainbow Yukata + Kawaii Aesthetic

Hi all!

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)

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New RainbowholicTV Uploads + Rainbow Mail #2! 🌈

Hi everyone!

Just a quick blog post to promote some videos I’ve recently uploaded on my youtube channel. Not sure if you can tell but I have beeeen working extra hours to produce fresh / quality content. If there’s anything you’d like me to make a video about, just let me know in the comments section! I’m also thinking of uploading fashion-related ones since I missed dressing up. I’m planning to add a comical twist to this one, lol~

Kawaii Journaling 101: How I Started + Journals That I Use (Hobonichi/Traveler’s Notebook)

Hobonichi With Me | Tokyo Disney Sea Adventure (東京ディズニーシー) 🐟

Hobonichi With Me | Tokyo’s Cat Temple (GOTOKUJI / 豪徳寺) 🐱

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Life Lately + Hobonichi Diary Updates + Fitness Goals 🦄

Hi all!

Here are some photo collages describing my life at present.

Kaila’s keywords: work, hobonichi, rainbowholic tv, exercise, fitness, struggling but fighting, & gudetama 

( Summer in Japan has been so intense! )

Goodbye, aging ajisai! ~ and hello to these beautiful summer flowers! 💜💕

I’ve been watching what I’ve eating and training myself to eat healthier options. I wanna save some money too so I’ve been cooking / preparing my food more often than usual. Ice cold lemon water is lyf, btw.

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Kamakura’s Ajisai Gardens + Rainbowholic Shop Updates + Life Recently

Hi all!

Here’s my creative photo spam report of our Kamakura adventure last month. Many thanks to Yumiさん for helping me out with the videos and for all the inspiring conversations with you. :”)

Hope you guys enjoy the photo collages as much as I enjoyed making them. ^^

From Tokyo Station, it’s almost an hour away by JR Line (920 JPY for one way). For the directions using Google Maps, please click here.

Ride the JR Yokosuka Line bound for ZUSHI and get off at Kamakura station. You can explore the area by riding the buses or enjoy “Enoden”, their cute little train. Since this is a very touristy spot, there are many passengers riding this train.

I would recommend traveling to Kamakura during a weekday instead of a weekend. We went on a Friday and it was already super packed, what more if it was a weekend, omg lol ~

VIDEO: Hobonichi With Me | Kamakura for Ajisai / Hydrangeas (Hasedera Temple & Meigetsu-in) 💜

Before embarking on any adventure here, as a Japan travel fan, I would recommend that you visit the station’s tourist information booth as they have LOADS of free travel information especially in a place like Kamakura. We originally wanted to visit Meigetsu-in (Ajisai Temple) because of its famous ajisai pathway photo (for the love of #instagram lol). However, we thought it was located at Hasedera Temple since it’s also known for its blue & purple seas of Ajisai. Our target / main goal that day was to take a similar photo of that pathway but we had an interesting change of plans, as I have mentioned haha.

If you are planning to cover these two temples in one day during the next Ajisai season, I would suggest that you arrive earlier (maybe 10AM) and go straight to Meigetsu-in (Kita Kamakura) first to avoid the flock of local and foreign tourists. After that, have some quick lunch and ride the Enoden back at Kamakura station for Hasedera Temple. Upon entering the temple, go to the entrance and get a number and wait for your turn to queue. Don’t forget to hydrate yourself when exploring around Japan during summer! It was too hot that day, lolol.

Hasedera Temple Official Website | ACCESS GUIDE

All of these photos were just taken using my Iphone 6 plus.

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