Sumidagawa Fireworks Festival 2018

Kimi, one of the IMCJP regular members invited us to her rooftop for Sumidagawa Fireworks. I've been to Sumidagawa Fireworks few years ago; however, although the experience of hanging out with friends were great, we couldn't really see the fireworks. Being one of the biggest and most famous firework shows…

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Kawasaki Game Park

Anato no Warehouse (or just Kawasaki Game Park) is an amusement centre that's designed to look old, rusty and worn down.Lawrence and Ayu at the corner, for scale. Yes, the building is huge.Joined Lawrence and Ayu to explore this place that I only found out 3 minutes before…

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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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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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