Nagasaki Day 2: The Colorful Huis Ten Bosch in Sasebo 🌷

Hi everybody!

Here’s my blog entry about Huis Ten Bosch, a.k.a. Nagasaki’s own Disneyland!

It’s such a colorful place so imagine my overflowing excitement for this day! Utter happiness, 皆さん!Hahaha!

After spending the night at Nagasaki, we woke up early to visit the Nagasaki Atomic Bomb Museum.

I had many emotions after leaving the museum & exploring the Peace Park.

I felt sad upon learning and seeing the results of war / the terrifying aftermath of the atomic bomb. I felt relieved / happy (not sure if this is the correct adjective..) because it was so amazing how Japan had risen from such terrible incident. You would not even imagine that decades ago, Nagasaki was hell and not as colorful as these photos in this blog entry.

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Nagasaki Day 1: BRB Work + Nagasaki Lantern Festival! 🏮

Hi all!

Konncihiwa from Japan!

For today’s overdue post, here are some photos & stories from the first day of 9 Days Japan Backpacking trip.

VIDEO: Japan Travel Vlog 1: Nagasaki + Hobonichi Techo With Me | Rainbowholic 🏮

Such a pretty night it was!

I think I may have over 10 tram photos lol

Invested  in a cute walking shoes for this trip. That’s a must for every kawaii-lover backpacker haha!

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Currently Backpacking Around Japan 🇯🇵

Hi everybody!

Thought I should try updating my blog using my phone.

If you’ve been following me or any of my social media accounts, you’d know that I’m currently on a trip to discover and explore new places here in Japan with Aki. So far, we’ve visited Nagasaki, Fukuoka, and Hiroshima.

I used to be the kind of traveler who would bring her house with her whenever she goes on a trip but after being with Aki, he has inspired me to bring only what I need for survival lol. Of course, I had a journaling pouch with me. ??

So many people sent me DM about how I pack my stuff for this trip! I’ll upload a pack with me / what’s in my travel backpack video, don’t worry lolol~

From Haneda airport, we flew to our first stop Nagasaki for about 2 hours! Upon arriving, we checked in at our cheap airbnb & left our backpacks to enjoy the Nagasaki Lantern Festival more comfortably. A rainy city welcomed us but it didn’t stop us from exploring the charming Nagasaki.

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