Ashley is back in Kanto / Saitama! On her first day (with only 2 hours of sleep omg haha), we explored our neighborhood in Yukata!
Flatlay on my room’s tatami floor ~
Japanese summer means ice popsicles!
Petite pancakes from Mcdonald’s for breakfast.
How to pose like an awkward turtle
How to be a natural in front of the camera :))
After a long day at work, I can finally blog about our Boracay trip last Summer!
Here’s a recap of what happened. Do read Chichi’s comprehensive / detailed blog post here and here about our entire vacation! 😉
With my kawaii sisters (from another set of parents, haha) ~
Before I go to bed after a long day, here’s a “very Japanese” blog entry again, haha.
As always, I’ve been juggling a lot of activities and projects recently. Hopefully.. everything would work out fine in the end. 🙂 Just going to remind myself over and over that I have to enjoy the breaks, struggles, and the entire craziness of it all. *gives self a pep talk*
ALSOOOOO… I have a big announcement these coming days too. Praying that it wouldn’t be jinxed! Fight.jpg >_<
Weeks ago, I had a mini kawaii photoshoot wearing a Yukata with Justin. I cannot wait to share the photos here ~
For now, here’s a preview! hihi
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Spotted these dioramas while strolling around the mall.
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!