Last stop was Tokyo, which is my favourite city in Japan, and this was one of the outfits that I wore when I was there. Precisely, to Fujiko F Fujio Museum, who created the famous Doraemon manga. I finally get to wear my Marcelo Burlon's t-shirt. The shirt is huge so I styled it by wearing a custom-made shirt dress underneath and an oversized jacket as outerwear to hide the hugeness. Nevertheless, I really love this shirt because the print is really cool.

T-shirt - Marcelo Burlon // Shoes - Givenchy // Outerwear - bought in Japan // White shirt - custom made

Some photos that I took at Fujiko F Fujio Museum! I really love their drawing such talented people. Too bad we were not allowed to take photos of the drawings. 

Entrance to Harajuku! and yes, it was very crowded.

Harajuku is famous for their delicious and adorably decorated crepes!

A must go place for people who love anime and manga like me is Akihabara! Well, being in Akihabara is like being in your own world if you are an otaku. The place is filled with action figures, anime goods, manga, cute maid cafes, cat cafe and many more.

Out off all the place in Japan, Shibuya is my favourite. I never get bored going there everyday especially at night because the lights look so lovely.

Japan is probably the only country that have cute public buses such as the Shibuya community bus. Can never get enough of the cuteness in Japan. Well, I hope you guys enjoy my last three posts about my trip! Tell me what you think :)


Bits and Pieces from Japan

From Osaka to Kobe and Kobe to Kyoto. Here are some of the photos that I took while I was in Kobe. I did not stay long there. I went to see the Kobe harbour during the day, so it was not as interesting as it is during the night because of the night lights. Fortunately, I found 'Kiddy Land' store and it's filled with cute goods. There's even Rilakkuma store there!

I think Japan is the only country where you can still find many arcades and that are still crowded. Coming to an arcade here feels very nostalgic about my childhood. 

 I was wearing Tutti Frutti Oversized Sweater from Mossman and glasses that I bought in Japan.

Here is the view from my hotel room in Otsu.  Such beautiful scenery of Lake Biwa. Too bad my camera could not capture all the view. 

Another Sakura viewing in Kyoto! I could never get bored of seeing Sakura everywhere. 

I was wearing houndstooth sweater from The Editor's Market, Givenchy shoes, Céline nano bag, and skirts and beanie that I bought in Japan.

I went to Kinkaku Temple while I was in Kyoto. The other name of Kinkaku Temple is Temple of The Golden Pavillion and it is a three-story building on the grounds of Rakuon-ji temple complex. The top two stories of the pavillion are covered with pure gold leaf. 

Lastly, here is a picture of me in front of a Shinkansen train that I was about to take to Tokyo.


Universal Studio in Osaka, Japan

I went to Japan recently to see the famous Sakura cherry blossoms. The flowers are beautiful. There are around 100 types of Sakura in Japan, and the most common one is the white colored one that you can easily find in the streets or park. I went to Osaka first and luckily; the weather was nice, and I got to see the Sakura for the first time at Akashi Kaikyo National Park. Along with the photos of Sakura is my outfit photo that I wore on that day.

Tops - Monki // Skirt - Shinsaibashi in Osaka // Shoes - Kenzo // Nano Bag - Céline

 Later on that day, I went to Universal Studio. I always love going to an amusement park because I love the happy, excitement vibe it gives. There are a lot of rides there, and some of them are new. However, the waiting time for each ride is about 150-200 mins so I did not get to try all of the rides. At the very least, I manage to take a lot of photos there so enjoy!

The new Harry Potter ride! I was really captivated with how they manage to build a big area  so that it resembles the places in Harry Potter's movies. Not to mention, Hogwarts too. You can take a tour into Hogwarts or ride a jet coaster in there. But before that, prepare yourself because the waiting time is around 3-4 hours! 

 Stay tuned for my next posts about this trip!



An outfit that I wore for Kiehl's grand opening ceremony last week (see my previous post). I was really excited to wear this sleeveless ponte jacket that I bought from Topshop. What I like about this jacket is that it makes a simple outfit look effortlessly chic! I wore a black t-shirt and skort to paired up with the jacket. However, I think that dark coloured crop tops or even long sleeve knit would look just as great. 

Jacket - Topshop // Skort - Pull & Bear // Hat - It's All About Eve // PS1 Bag - Proenza Schouler // Shoes - Jeffrey Campbell