For today’s blog post, I’m going to share something special!!
This blog entry is about my lovely experience at Oedo Onsen Monogatari. To those who don’t know what “onsen” is, it’s the term for hotspring in Japan. If you wanna try onsen for the first time in Tokyo, I suggest going to this place since it has many facilities you can enjoy besides the actual onsen itself! ^^
It’s so nice to take photos around the place so definitely fun for those who want to snap photos & pretend they’re back in Edo period in Japan, haha!
Walk around in your chosen comfortable yukata. You can also dine (sushi / ramen / Korean food?!), have a foot spa, enjoy the arcade, and so much more!
Read the entire post until the end to find out about my favorite things to do in Odaiba!
For the first number, of course, it’s Oedo Onsen haha!
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 🙂
It’s been a week since my Taiwan trip with my univ friends and IT WAS SUCH A BLAST waaaaah ~
We planned this entire trip since late 2015 and finally, it happened! Why does it feel like I just dreamt about it??? *_*
*currently missing everyone*
Thank you Patrik for this photo!
I can’t wait to blog the entire series!
If you are thinking about exploring Asia, Taiwan is definitely one of my recommended countries. If you are a Studio Ghibli / kawaii fan, then you will definitely LOVE Taiwan!
Never been in a place with so many Totoro / Ghibli stuff! I even found a milktea place with No Face packaging design, haha.
Spirited Away’s visuals / sceneries were heavily inspired by this wonderful place called “Jiufen”.
View from the Chiang Kai Shek memorial hall.
So delighted to know that Taiwan also does the stamp-collecting trend! Was able to influence my friends Kat & Lora to go on a stamp rally with me.
Here’s a super spammy blog entry for everyone!
This is the second part of the Kansai Trip with my dear friend Abbey! Since I’m so sleepy as I am typing all these.. I hope that the photos would be enough as my narration, hehe!
KPP special drink!
Why we really wanted to visit Osaka ~ <3
Minion steamed bun! Just the cutest ~
Let’s start with the photo adventure, shall we? 😉