Sanja Matsuri 2018

Braved the hordes. It was worth it. Sanja Matsuri is one of the biggest Shinto festivals in Tokyo, at Asakusa Shrine. It's a 3 days festival that attracts million of tourists. Like, really a lot. That's like a lot more visitors than Comiket. It's popular for their (very) lively parade…

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Instameet: Rainbow Bridge

The usual suspects We crossed a bridge. A big bridge. Rainbow Bridge is a suspension bridge. The bridge carries vehicle, the fancy Yurikamome line and pedestrian. Yeap, there's a special walkway for pedestrian on the bridge. There's nothing "rainbow" about this bridge, other than the fact that 'occasionally'…

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Kyoto in Autumn

I've been in Japan for more than 5 years, but I've rarely step out of Tokyo for various reason. The fact of me not visiting Kyoto or Osaka seems absurd to most; even my mom have been to those places. So, finally, after 5 years, I've decided to give Kyoto…

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Gundam Unicorn, TWC Version.

The original RX-78-2 Yeah, naturally Japan built another huge robot; well a huge robot statue. For many years, the granddaddy of all Gundams: the RX-78-2 stood tall in Odaiba, Tokyo; attracting many Gundam lovers from all over the planet. In fact, it was one of the first item in my…

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Tokyo Illuminations 2016

It's that time of the year again where Tokyo is strapped with bajillion colourful light LEDs, because, reasons. I still have no idea why but I can safely assume that it's due to holiday season and everyone is on holiday mood? Maybe. Anyway, I went out to take photos. So…

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