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Tokyo Travel Nov 2015 Day 4 [pt 3]- Jiyugaoka Sweets Forest, Kiddyland, Maisen Tonkatsu, Q-Pot cafe

Pink overload! You’ll be greeted by two cafes when you go up the stairs of Cuoca- The Sylvanian families (entrance fee payable, photography weren’t allowed by visitors) and Jiyugaoka Sweets Forest! This is like a mini street of desserts. Inside the cafe, there are at least five dessert shops selling cakes, sweets and pastries of all… Continue reading Tokyo Travel Nov 2015 Day 4 [pt 3]- Jiyugaoka Sweets Forest, Kiddyland, Maisen Tonkatsu, Q-Pot cafe

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Tokyo Travel Nov 2015 Day 4 [pt 2]- Peter Rabbit cafe, Cuoca

Down the streets of Jiyugaoka…I love how there’s parking lots for strollers and bicycles…And here we are! One of our sole purposes in Jiyugaoka!                                                              … Continue reading Tokyo Travel Nov 2015 Day 4 [pt 2]- Peter Rabbit cafe, Cuoca

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Tokyo Travel Nov 2015 Day 3, 4- Harajuku, La Foret, Jiyugaoka

We visited Harajuku twice during this trip, it was raining both times, lol~ Judging from the crowd, this is the hip, trendy zone for youngsters in Japan. Many fashion stores, crepes snacks, and a very prominent Daiso lined the street. Too bad cos of the crowd and rain, we couldn’t shop as comfortably as we… Continue reading Tokyo Travel Nov 2015 Day 3, 4- Harajuku, La Foret, Jiyugaoka

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Tokyo Travel Nov 2015 Day 1 [pt 2]- Ameyoko shopping at Ueno & Character Street at Tokyo station

En route Ueno, we passed by this mini mart selling alot of pre-packed curry! I bought this Okinawa curry to try. And here we are at Ameyoko street! My friend recommended this place, saying it’s good for shopping sports shoes, candies, and affordable dons (rice set). To be really honest, I didn’t quite enjoy this… Continue reading Tokyo Travel Nov 2015 Day 1 [pt 2]- Ameyoko shopping at Ueno & Character Street at Tokyo station

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Tokyo Travel Nov 2015 Day 1 [pt 1]- Tsukiji Market

Our first trip to Tokyo was in 2008. A marriage, a baby and some years on, we revisited this beautiful place. Again, just the two of us. We flew with ANA, direct flight to Haneda airport, totalling SG$1440 for 2 pax. I can’t say there’s much difference between Haneda and Narita airport, since it took… Continue reading Tokyo Travel Nov 2015 Day 1 [pt 1]- Tsukiji Market