Akemashite Omedetou Happy New Year 2013!!!


New year eve in Tokyo (via the times)

Akemashite Omedetou or Happy New Year 2013!!! It’s been quite a while since the last time we posted an article. Well, sorry about that since in the first week I was still kind of lazy and in the last week I was kind of busy with works. However, worry not since now Japanesense is back again to fill this blog up with the latest news and articles about the Japanese stuffs! Starting from tomorrow, Sultan a.k.a Saladine will post new article again and, just like usual, I will post my newest article on Friday. Once again, we’d like to wish you all of you guys Happy new year 2013! We hope there will be greater things in this year for all of us! See you later guys and be sure to start following Japanesense again! :)

Below here are some of the pictures of Japan’s 2012 year-end..

These pictures below were taken by Hiropon san in Kyoto station in, of course, Kyoto! Thank you Hiropon san!!! You really took some great shots!! :)






From here on, the pictures were taken by Vicky san in Sendai Pageant of Light in Sendai!!! It must be really amazing there, right Vicky san? From here, I could feel the merry of the Christmas parade there! :D Thank you Vicky san for your great photos! :)







In the end, I’d like to say that those wonderful shots that we saw above from our friends are the solid prove that Japan is not always about Tokyo. There are still hundreds of beautiful and amazing cities where we can go in Japan beside Tokyo and it just add more and more reasons to go to Japan! ;) Catch you later guys!


Some of the pictures used in this post are taken from : the times and domofactor


About Randy

My name is Albertus Randy, I'm 22 years old. I live in Bandung city, Indonesia. Now I'm still studying in Parahyangan University and my major is International Relation. I like almost everything about Japanese stuffs, like manga, anime, fashion, dorama, foods, etc. It is my biggest dream to be able to live in Japan and through this blog I would try to share my ever-lasting passion of Japan. よろしくおねがいします。。。

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