My friend has been using the mobile wifi and he was really happy with it, and it’s not as expensive as the others, so check it out if you want to travel Japan! :D
And sorry guys for the long MIA. I am currently back in Malaysia planning for my bext trip to japan for the application for my college >< So much stress!
Seriously… How on earth can cheap food taste so good?! Piggy udon around Akiba station.
An indie singer I was introduced to by a friend. Her name is Miyabayashi Ami. She is really passionate in singing and she is also a very sweet and friendly person! She’s from Yokohama and working hard to perform all over to hope that one day she will be scouted. Do support her and check her out! Her single album consisting of two songs that she created cost 500yen. I forgot to ask for her signature tho /sad. Oh well, soon! When I meet her again :D
Was at a tiny studio lounge called Seed Ship to watch live performance of a couple of indie singers. The one we came to watch was Ami Miyabayashi, a very passionate singer who is also very very friendly in person! There are 3 other singers too. They really blow me away! These people REALLY can sing and play their instruments! As in REALLY well, the type that will give you goosebumps when they sing x.x. Actually, they sound way better live than in their CDs, better than celebrities I would dare say! (Since most celebrities we know all over the world, tend to lose their awesomeness once they go live >_>)
A lil late since it’s already 1am here but… HAPPY LUNAR NEW YEAR EVERYONE!! GONG XI FA CHAI!!
Wore my cheongsam today through work and class just to go to Yokohama China Town after that to bask in the Chinese new year mood with a Malaysian friend who also could not go back for the Chinese new year celebrations ;4;
I miss my family and relatives back home… CNY is when relatives gather for a family reunion and a big feast of luck. Also all the kids get to receive red packets that contains luck and money form the adults.
Good coffee, good book. Oh yisss.
Couldn’t resist… Camera gashas… The sizes fit dolfies too. X.x
You gotta love Japanese narrow streets..
I think I am picking up the habit of some elder Japanese who likes to fill their table tops with lots of odd stuff.
Went to buy postcard sized refill for my little mobile printer at Yodobashi Camera (one of the biggest electronic department store available all over Japan) coz my muse just don’t visit me often enough for me to paint postcard like a printing machine ;4;
I presented the point card and the cash at the cashier… The cashier scanned the card and asked me if I wanted to use the point card. Being a confused foreigner i just said yes anyways. With that he returned my cash and card and gave me the goods. That’s when it strike me…. WAIT WHAT?! I HAD ENOUGH POINTS IN THERE TO GET IT FOR FREE?! I only bought stuff from this department store for like…. 3 times! A portable harddrive, the mobile printer and 2 international plugs…. Apparently everything you buy, 10% of it will become points, and you can buy ANYTHING with those points… WOAHHHH!!
So yeah, I had fun printing out beautiful postcards with pictures I’ve taken with my ipad. Gonna send them out soon! Best thing yet, the post card was in the international landscape format! Not the Japanese portrait version ;w;