hello~~

magandang araw po madlang people!hehe

summer na summer na tlga dito sa japan....

at alam ko dyan rin sa pinas.

my filipina cousin just send me a picture of jollibee's Halohalo!!!!!!!!!!

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i really miss eating jollibee's specialties.

until then bye^^



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Maybe... most of people traveling Tokyo have visited Meiji Shrine in Sibuya-ku.

Meiji Shrine is the best place to visit because there is nature and quite.

So it makes you relaxed!!!!


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Hi there!!!!!!my name is Erika!!!!!

im half japanese and half pinoy, nice to meet you all^^

im a trainee in Sakura Hotel Ikebukuro at the moment.


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hi guys

It's Rino your favorite blogger or whateva



I'm writing about "My favorites in Tokyo" this time.


1.Shin-okubo area


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↑Cheese dak galbi (You should try it if you are a cheese lover)

If you are from Korea or just miss Korean food, don't worry.

Shin-okubo is kind of Korean town where manyyyyy Korean people live and Korean restaurants located.

There are also many Korean beauty shops and idol goods shops!





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Hello! This is from Ikebukuro, Sumire!

On 5th July, there was an Event held "Kawagoe Tour Guided by Kawagoe Goodwill Ambassador".

Kawagoe is a city located in Saitama prefecture which is neighborhood of Tokyo.

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Hoy voy a ir poniendo algunas fotos que he hecho durante este pasado mes de Junio.

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Omoide Yokochō en Shinjuku por la mañana.

Esta estrecha calle es famosa por su multitud de estrechas y pequeñas tabernas y restaurantes.

A estas horas uno de los pocos locales que estan funcionando es el restaurante de fideos Udon Kameya, siempre lo recomiendo para desayunar, así que recuerden, sin vienen a Tokio tienen que ir a comer, cenar o desayunar al restaurante Kameya en Shinjuku, en la calle Omoide Yokochō.

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En Japón existen muchos juguetes educativos de ciencia y naturaleza, desde kits de pequeños circuitos electrónicos pasando por radios, electroimanes, etc,

En este caso de los muchos que pude ver en un comercio el otro día, hubo varios que me llamaron bastante la atención, uno de ellos era este, una casa-laberinto para Bichos Bola (cochinillas de humedad, chanchito de tierra, nombre científico: Oniscidea).

Estos bichitos se llaman en Japonés Dango-mushi (literalmente bicho bola), y este set contiene un libro sobre la cría de estos insectos y todo lo necesario para criarlos y poder observarlos en un container especial que puedes convertir en un laberinto o en una habitación mona (habitación Kawaii), no se puede pedir más.

En las vacaciones de verano muchos niños se dedican a hacer colecciones de insectos como tarea especial veraniega, así que por estas fechas proliferan los libros infantiles y demás cosas para tal menester.


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Posted by: Manuel (July 5, 2018 4:46 PM) | Permalink

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Hello everyone, I'm Hiroshi.

Today I will introduce about the Goshuin. Have you ever seen this stamp?

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Briefly, it's something like a certificate that you've worshiped at a shrine or temple.

The chief priest writes down the names and dates of the shrines and temples.

Normally it takes 300 to 500 yen to write it, but I'm recommended as a souvenir to foreign tourists.


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Hello Helooo!
This is Shikamai from Sakura hotel Ikebukuro.


Many guests from Indonesia have been staying with us lately becuase of thier holiday.

I met many kawaii (cute) families!!

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They were wearing the same T-shirt! What a good family :-)
I would love to do the same thing when I have my family in the future.


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