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60魚漿 夫婦LV.46 14 1
The photo is taken by myself. MUJI's philosophy is a mix of quality and minimalism. MUJI is short for Mujirushi Ryohin, which means "No logo, Good products" and ironically the no logo style has become a trademark of their own.In 2017, the MUJI official website presents the best selling products ...more...
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60Frank CLV.22 59 3
Hi everyone, my name’s Frank!I had the opportunity to live in Tokyo for 2 years because of my program at Tokyo (will be writing a post on this in the near future!)I also love using skincare products so I'll most likely be showing you some products that I think are worth buying in Japan!It might b...more...
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60Jinming XieLV.20 25 1
IntroductionThat was the third time that I traveled to Japan, but going to visit the most fashionable district called Omotesando where stores like Supreme and Goro's located in Tokyo was definitely the first time.  Because I can finally travel on my own and have chances to discover this huge and ...more...
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60Reona SasakiLV.24 77 7
Shopping in Japan can be a bit tricky if you don't know where to start. Sure, there are stores everywhere, but where can you find everything in one place, and where is the best place to shop? Luckily, there are many shopping areas in Tokyo to cater to your every need. Here's my top five!5) Haraju...more...
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60Alex VerdeLV.19 365 10
90's Era Technology Most of my fascination with Japan stems from the Bubble Economy Era. Japan's surge of wealthy and the carefree attitude that surrounded the daily life. Shiny, sleek cars, City Pop tunes playing on the radio or through your Walkman. During this time Japan was revolutionizing th...more...
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60Natasha AllanLV.11 65 6
Of all the things I own, one of the possessions which I adore most is an item I acquired while in Japan. It is an item I take great pride is showing people and have often had people ask me how to go about getting one. The goshuincho, which translates to ‘Honourable Red Stamp Book’, is a book tha...more...
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60thyna vuLV.44 829 25
Deciding what to bring back home once your trip has come to an end (whether for loved ones or yourself) can be tricky: getting a bit of everything is tempting, but then you might not be able to fit everything into your luggage! Here are some of my suggestions that I think work for most people, ar...more...
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60Mike BosackLV.53 113 12
The weather is starting to heat up over in Japan.  It was pushing 27 degrees (80 degrees Fahrenheit) in Tokyo yesterday, suggesting that the dog days of summer may be upon us faster than normal.  Even if you come from a tropical climate, the Japanese heat may be difficult because of power restri...more...
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60Danica Ann UnradaLV.42 87 8
Japanese chocolates are beautifully packed and made from natural and finest ingredients locally cultivated. Everytime I visit Japan, I always make room for buying desserts - especially chocolates! I usually buy and bring some for my family and friends because I really want them to try it and app...more...
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60Sherilyn SiyLV.42 34 3
April is the start of a new school year in Japan. First graders enter elementary school wearing their shiny, brand new randoseru, an ultra sturdy backpack made of real or synthetic leather and costing an average of ¥50,000 (some are as low as ¥10,000 and some as high as ¥100,000). But if you take...more...