Explore the wonders of the land of the rising sun named Japan

I am finally glad to have visited the country I have long yearned to visit. It took me by chance to tour in Japan as my main purpose was to just receive my certificate in SENIA (c.f. SENIA Advocacy Awards 2017: “One day I want to honestly say I made it.”) and I appreciated every attraction there was to see in this wonderful paradise. I equally felt accomplished that I finally went to Akihabara and Harujuku – the dream places of every anime, manga, cosplay and Japanese fashion fanatic. I was satisfied to have gone to areas I have always wanted to go to, to have discovered places I never thought I would appreciate, to have bought items I have always wanted to buy and last but not the least, to have spent time with friends who were also in Japan with the same purpose as mine (ie. to attend SENIA conference in Yokohama along with the other members of the network).

Below is the itinerary of my travel in Japan. Time is never wasted no matter how long I have stayed in each of them.


Arrival at Narita Airport

First authentic Japanese meal with green tea

Shibuya crossing – where lines and people

intersect without bumping each other

Hachiko statue near Shibuya station

The dog that teaches the value of loyalty and faithfulness

Set of kimonos found in Kimono Kawaii Company

(a kimono rental shop in Shibuya)

Kimono photoshoot (studio)

Kimono photoshoot (outside)

Spicy Black Sesame Ramen for Dinner

Shibuya at night


Good morning Shibuya!

With Tower Records in the background

Beef Stew and Curry before the actual tour

Takeshita Street (Harujuku)

one of my favorite streets in the world

The store of lolita clothes

Strawberry Shoes bought in a store

There are lots of these in Japan. I want to buy more!

This is paradise! At Akihabara..

Sushi Go Round for dinner

Assorted sushi

It’s time for karaoke!!!

Japan’s Karaoke machine at a Karaoke bar

Electronic song list available in the karaoke

View from the karaoke room

Kimono Lolita Outfit bought in Harujuku


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