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Asakusa (浅草) : What To Do, Eat & See
May20

Asakusa (浅草) : What To Do, Eat & See

Asakusa (浅草) is one of the famous and must-visit attractions in Tokyo. During the Edo era, Asakusa was used mainly as the food (mainly rice) stocking place. After the Meiji era, various entertainment halls and theaters were built in the district and Asakusa was renowned as the cultural hub of Tokyo. Today, Asakusa is an amazing place where you can experience both traditional and modern Japanese culture! This post, I’ll be sharing with...

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Our Travel Essentials to Japan
Apr29

Our Travel Essentials to Japan

Traveling to Japan soon? If you stumbled upon my blog while searching for “what to pack for Japan”, I hope you will find this post useful. My best tip is pack as light as possible to save space for your shopping and souvenirs! However, there are some items that should be in your packing and holiday checklist coz it’ll make your trip much easier. Below are our Japan travel essentials which is real useful during our Japan trip and I...

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Premium Japanese & Ice Cream mooncakes from Chateraise Malaysia
Sep05

Premium Japanese & Ice Cream mooncakes from Chateraise Malaysia

Chateraise is a popular patisserie originated from Yamanashi Prefecture, Japan. They have more than 450 stores across Japan with 2 outlets in Malaysia; Isetan KLCC and Isetan 1 Utama. Chateraise’s prides itself in creating impressive and delicious cakes, pastries and cream puffs. This Mooncake season, Chateraise offers Japanese mooncakes in six flavors like Prune, Milk, Strawberry, Uji Matcha Green Tea, Fruits Mix and Black...

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PLOY – Japa & Thai Fusion @ Clearwater, Damansara Heights
Jul15

PLOY – Japa & Thai Fusion @ Clearwater, Damansara Heights

‘PLOY’ is all about modern Asian cuisine. It also means ‘gem’ in Thai. I usually leave it up to The Wifey to decide what to have for dinner (happy wife = happy me) but when it’s nearing my birthday, she insists that I should make the decision :/ Since I couldn’t decide whether to go for Japanese or Thai, I figured the best choice is Japanese- Thai fusion 🙂 And so, I chose to dine at PLOY at...

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Thomas Cup 2014 Final Results : Japan beat Malaysia 3-2 #ThomasCup2014
May26

Thomas Cup 2014 Final Results : Japan beat Malaysia 3-2 #ThomasCup2014

Malaysia faced Japan tonight in the Thomas Cup final at Siri Fort Stadium in New Delhi, India. Thomas Cup 2014 Final Results : Japan won the Thomas Cup final 2014 when Japan’s third singles Takuma Ueda won the third match against Malaysian Liew Daren 17-21. Heartiest congratulations to Japan for winning the #ThomasCup2014. I must say that all Japan players showed amazing fighting spirit! @NajibRazak Twitter : Prime Minister...

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Astro Battleground 2013 – The stage is yours!
Jul27

Astro Battleground 2013 – The stage is yours!

Astro Battleground 2013 is looking for a new dance champ, if you have what it takes, you are welcome to take over the stage. For the first time ever Battleground 2013 will crown the best dancer from the winning dance group. All great dancers out there don’t miss this opportunity as this is your golden ticket to learn from renowned Japanese instructors and to showcase yourself in an international arena. Astro Battleground 2013...

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Hokkaido Santouka Ramen @ Tokyo Street Pavillion KL
Jul25

Hokkaido Santouka Ramen @ Tokyo Street Pavillion KL

Hokkaido Santouka Ramen is a popular ramen chain which originated from Hokkaido. Before this outlet in Pavillion was opened, we have to travel all the way to Singapore to have this ramen. Now, we just have to go as far as KL to have this ramen! This restaurant is located on the 6th floor inside Tokyo Street. Tokyo Street Pavillion KL Hokkaido Santouka Ramen 山頭火 The nice display of the ramen set, ramen and dishes offered here. Each of...

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Hurray! No Visa Required when you travel to Japan! Japan Visa Waiver For Malaysians!
Jul13

Hurray! No Visa Required when you travel to Japan! Japan Visa Waiver For Malaysians!

Effective July 1, Malaysian nationals who hold ordinary biometric passports (issued AFTER February 2010) with an embedded microchip will no longer need to obtain a visa for a short-term stay in Japan. Malaysians holding biometric passport can enter Japan without visa for short term stay up to maximum of 90 days (subject to immigration clearance upon arrival). Non-biometric passport holders must apply for Japan visa as per normal...

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