I’m going to have a big announcement tomorrow but before that, here’s the promised Hokkaido Day 3 Part 1!
Please do enjoy the photospam I have prepared! : )
Green Totoro and my giant Yubari melon Pocky say good morning!
Why I love Japanese summer: hydrangeas.
Let the adventures begin!
Feeling exhausted from yesterday’s happenings, I woke up at 10 AM.
Hello there, Totoro!
Walking towards the subway where I will be taking the train to Sapporo station.
My airbnb place was located in a school area and it was refreshing to be surrounded by Japanese teenagers / university students. Somehow, it made me miss my school days!
Had katsudon for early breakfast.
Art inside the train.
Using the JR Pass, I was able to secure a non-reserved seat express train (Limited Express Super Kamui) for Furano.
For tonight, I’m going to share my first day in Sapporo! 🙂
Days before the trip, I already prepared the things I would bring for my quick vacation. Actually, I was having second thoughts if I should have a checked-in luggage or not. After contemplating about it, I decided to just have a checked-in baggage (additional 1,000 JPY+) to my Peach airfare. Having all the important things with me rather than purchasing the same necessities in Hokkaido was the most practical option. Whenever I travel, I tend to bring a lot because my girly needs / body hygiene stuff are #priorities hahaha.
Many thanks to my bestfriend Leen for sending this Hokkaido travel magazine! There were notes / recommendations included inside too. Huhu, thank you Leen!
Brought my favorite Sukajan jacket and wore the super comfy “Stay Weird” shirt from MTP.
Had breakfast at Burger King while waiting for my bus to Narita.
I can’t wait for my next “kawaii” adventure! <3
To start off this special kawaii travel series on the blog, I prepared a Hokkaido video summary which you can watch below (after this photo + essay lolol, hihi)~!
It’s been a week or so since my Hokkaido dream (it felt like I was in my own dream the whole time huhu)… and I’m missing it very much. I have realized a lot of important things about myself during this trip. Work and side projects really kept me busy for so many months and I already reached the point where I was just so exhausted and uninspired.. and my soul was craving to just take a break and go solo travel somewhere.