Tokyo drift

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Short getaway before semester 2 starts!!! (A LATE POST)

Japan was really cold (probably around 16-20 degree?) as it rained and was windy.

It was a really good experience to travel to a total different country where we have to learn their culture, etiquette and even learn how to have a proper basic conversation with the citizens.

Anyway, after flying 7hours and finally arrived at the Narita international airport!!! I had my very first meal, which was kare raise and was superb. And I finally got to taste the authentic long waited fresh sashimi, different types of ramen etc.

Japan is a really big country compared to this little red dot, so most of the time we spent it traveling on their smooth moving, speedy and quiet railway. I have to get their JR Pass, which is their train ticket. It was slightly cheaper than Sg’s.

Went to places such as Shinjuku, Harajuku, Yokohama, Daibutsu, Fuji, multi temples, Disneyland etc.

Did some shopping at gotenba outlet mall, which I spent most of my money there. I went a little crazy and got myself a Michael’s kor wallet. (it hit my bank so hard)
Also went to Uniqlo and G2 ( hope I didn’t get the name wrong and it’s shop in japan), got some pullovers and jegging as it is so much cheaper than Sg’s!!!!!
Their Uniqlo outlets sell different types of clothing when you travel to different parts of Tokyo. Such as Shinjuku sells more of working outfits, (as it is their working district) while Harajuku sells more of teens outfits. Which was really cool.

IT FEELS GOOD TO BE BACK AT DISNEYLAND!! Feel like a child all over again :”-) Tokyo Disneyland is totally different from HK Disney as They are much more lively, bubbly and they even dress up as Disney characters! They look so kawaii (cute)!!!
Had so much fun, even though their queues were really long!!

I don’t really have anything else to add on, so till next!!!!
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