If you want to stay connected everywhere you go, I suggest you rent a pocket wifi. This is available in the airport just before exiting. They charge you per day and have different options (Some can only connect 5 devices whereas some units can connect 10 devices).
It was supposed to rain during my entire stay in Tokyo but thankfully, luck was on my side! It only drizzled for 2 days, yipee!
Pachinko and slot machine heaven! Didn’t get to enter though cause it was already super late.
I thought these were lip balms! Deoballs; only in Japan! I should’ve bought one. You know; in case of emergency.
Biore looking super cute with My Melody and Kuromi.
Even razors have to be cute! Take all my money!
We were set to go to Fuji area on Day 2.
Started the day right with…COFFEE!
Love how Starbucks coffee and other awesome drinks are readily available in their konbini. Hope 7-11 or Family Mart brings this to Manila in the near future!
“What Tokyo so long to return to Japan?!”
This banana is so shocked to see me, lol.
I don’t even know what this is but it’s totes adorable.
Japan is not Japan without Hello Kitty!
Monster Hunter treats. The bag/packaging itself is already a treat :))
Warning: Will turn into a Super Saiyan when consumed.
Tokyo Banana – probably one of THE CUTEST treats you can buy in Japan! It’s great for pasalubongs plus it tastes awesome as well.
A random Neko gachapon just outside the konbini.
Naturally had to get one for my cat loving friend, Keight.
Gotemba Premium Outlets –houses some of the best known names in fashion.
Lowrys Farm – one of my favourite Japanese brands! It’s a lot cheaper compared to the others but the quality is great as with most Japanese brands.
Surprisingly well bahaved during this trip and just bought 1 piece of clothing, lol.
Gingham print pointy sneakers – reminds me so much of Tricia!
Embroidered flamingo pattern.
Taking photos inside the stores are generally now allowed so I only have these window shots. That means you have to visit Japan! hehe.
Light bento meal before proceeding to the next location.
Always a Coca-Cola girl <3
Oshino Hakkai (忍野八海) is a touristy set of eight ponds in Oshino, a small village in the Fuji Five Lake region, located between Lake Kawaguchiko and Lake Yamanakako on the site of a former sixth lake that dried out several hundred years ago. The eight ponds are fed by snow melt from the slopes of nearby Mount Fuji that filters down the mountain through porous layers of lava for over 80 years, resulting in very clear spring water that is revered by the locals.
Very, very relaxing atmosphere! A great place to visit if you’re a nature lover.
Highlight of my trip! This puppy with the cutest, shortest, stubbiest legs! It looks like a mix between a collie and a corgi. Can I have it, please?
Can’t wait to share the rest of my photos with you ! 😀