Monthly Archives / July 2015

Papa’s birthday party and hair dates

I love June and July because many of my favorite people’s birthdays are on these two months! There’s JunJun in June (yea that’s partly why i gave him the name lol) and the danna in July. This year the only present i had for him is his lunchbox. Getting more and more cheapskate every year lolol. […]

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maNara, a touching story about cosmetic

July 28, 2015 in Commercial Break 10 Cheesed

Today i want to introduce a new cosmetic/skin care brand that i come to love very much recently. But before that i want to share some stories! So during my family trip in Japan, Tokyo Luxey insisted i meet up with this brand called maNara because they think i will like the products. So i […]

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The meaning of Itadakimasu

Many of us love Japanese food. If you are a little familiar with Japanese culture, you may have noticed that Japanese people say “Itadakimasu” before they start eating at the table. You put both your hands together and with a slight bow, you say Itadakimasu, and then pick up the chopsticks and start eating. We practice this […]

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Eat Tokyo with Baby (Part 3)

Part 2 here.  Part 1 here. So so so!! It’s Tokyo time!!! This was our trip to Japan in May/June 2015. Junya was about to turn 1 so it was his last few weeks as a baby hehe. Here are some of the restaurants we have been!   1. Malaychan Actually we didn’t try this, […]

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Taste of Tohoku

I know a lot of you who read this blog love Japan too, since nowadays most of my entries are mostly Japan related. Fashion, food, travel… My bucket list is scribbled with the names of all 47 prefectures in Japan. My life mission is to visit every single one of them. So far i have done 22. […]

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Baby Friendly Cafes in Tokyo

Chano Mama, Isetan Shinjuku One of the most popular baby-friendly cafes in Tokyo is the one i have blogged about before (but haven’t visited), Chano Mama, located at 6F, Isetan Shinjuku. In fact, baby-friendly is not really the accurate term to describe Chano Mama. It is a Baby Cafe, because without one, you are actually not […]

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