Yokohama – The Seaside Town as the Precise Embodiment of Pleasantville – Part 1

One of the things that make Japan will never run out of visitors to come is because Japan doesn’t only have Tokyo to offer to the visitors. Though I must agree that Tokyo is the most popular destination in there, beside Osaka and Kyoto, it doesn’t make that Japan only has those three cities to compete with the other country in terms of tourism. If last week I decided to cover Fukuoka, a beautiful city located on Kyushu Island, today I’m going back to the main island, which is Honshu Island, to cover a pleasant city that will make you start to like that city as soon as you arrive there because of the relaxed and the serene atmosphere inside that city. The city that I’m talking about is Yokohama, the seaside city where “harbour of the future” lies inside there. Continue reading

Fukuoka – A Two Face City for a Break from the Busy Cities to the North

I have to agree that most of the beautiful and amazing cities in Japan are located on their largest island, which is Honshu Island, where Tokyo, Kyoto, and Osaka are located. However, it doesn’t mean that the cities located on smaller islands around Honshu Island are less appealing compared to the cities on the mainland. One of the proofs for my sentence could be found in Fukuoka, which is a city of 1.5 million citizen that was as one of the most liveable city on earth. Great views, relaxing atmosphere, and rich in culture, Fukuoka is the place for those who wants to take a break from the fast-paced cities to the north. Continue reading

Daikanyama – Stylistic, Cozy, and Serene Neighbour of Shibuya

Sarugaku, Daikanyama

During my trip to Tokyo, there are some areas that I really love, such as Shibuya, Harajuku, Ueno, and Daikanyama. I guess for the first three areas, Shibuya, Harajuku, and Ueno, most of you have known exactly about what are the things inside those areas and why those areas are famous, however, I think not a lot of people really have idea about what and where Daikanyama is. As one of the areas that caught my heart, Daikanyama is not as big or as popular as Shibuya or Harajuku, but Daikanyama has their kind of attractive points which are different from what Shibuya and Harajuku have. So, today let’s explore this Shibuya’s stylistic, cozy, and serene neighbour, Daikanyama. Continue reading

White Mountaineering 2013 Spring/Summer Collection

Another outstanding Japanese fashion brand, White Mountaineering, come back to present their upcoming spring / summer collection. This brand, which concept is the mountain wear for everyday life, continue to amaze us with a range of clothes from mountain parka, vest, coat, and many more. For the next season, they comeback to present a range of high-technology, waterproof  breathable outwear, featuring technology like GORE-TEX and PERTEX. Not to forget the button-downs, shorts, shorts and bottoms, and another accessories that compliment the outstanding collection of outwears. Continue reading

UNIQLO Spring/Summer 2013 Lookbook

Still a bit too early, but here it is the spring/summer 2013 lookbook of UNIQLO. As you’ve already known that in this year that UNIQLO has made some major moves, such as opening its new and biggest flagship store in Ginza, opening the new store in San Fransisco US, and many more. To mark the end of this year UNIQLO presents us with the collection for the next spring/summer season for both men and women. Continue reading

Colourful Harajuku – The Ground Zero for the Hang-Outers in Tokyo – part 4 Shoppers Paradise

|This post is written by Randy|

Hello Guys! Welcome back to the Colourful Harajuku series – The Ground Zero for the Hang-Outers in Tokyo- the 4th part. Today I’m going to tell you about my little experience as a shopaholic when I was in the downtown of Harajuku, where all your favourite stores lined up waiting for you to come inside. Harajuku that is famous because of this is the fashion district of Tokyo didn’t get that fame for nothing since in here you can have almost every clothes you’ve ever imagined to have, from the street wear to the high-end brands. So now, let’s go straight to the shopping ground!

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