Monthly Archives / February 2017

Tokyo Station & Shinkansen

This post is about Tokyo Station. Yes there’s a railway station called “Tokyo Station” in Tokyo, and it is the busiest train station (with most trains – the one with the most people is Shinjuku Station) in Japan with over 3,000 trains operating everyday! How crazy does that sound! Well, Tokyo Station is more than […]

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32 Months VS 9 Months

February 11, 2017 in Baby 26 Cheesed

Junya turns 2 years 8 months today, and Sakura is 9 months old now. I think they are looking more and more alike in pictures! Here’s the regular monthly update! For Junya (Also read Junya’s  1st month , 2nd month , 3rd month , 4th month , 5th month , 6th month , 7th month,  8th month, 9th month , 10th month , 11th month , 12th month , 13th month , 14th month , 15th month , 16th month , 17th month , 18th months , 19th month , 20th month ,21st […]

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Nexcare – gentlest woundcare for your kids

February 9, 2017 in Commercial Break 0 Cheesed

All parents with toddlers will know the pain. The pain when your toddlers fall down, knock into things, get scratched… the headache when you see them hurt… and we can’t help it because it is a natural process as they grow. Maybe it is really a boy thing, but Junya gets minor scratches almost on […]

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Our Niigata Journey

December last year, our family took a short trip to Niigata Prefecture from Tokyo. Born and raised in a tropical country, I was always fascinated with winter and cold climate, because that was what sounded exotic to me. I think a lot of my Malaysian peers feel the same. A lot of my friends preferred […]

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CREGO the silent swirl juicifier

February 6, 2017 in Commercial Break 3 Cheesed

Yeap yeap yeap, we have all heard of the hipster cold pressed juice that are selling everywhere which are also often ridiculously priced. Just how different these juices are compared to all the traditional juices we order from hawker center? I had a traditional juicer at home, but admittedly I have used it maybe like, […]

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