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Museum of ice cream

Photogenic memories from Museum of ice cream. フォトジェニックな思い出 from Museum of ice cream. Follow my blog with Bloglovin

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My go to Superfood

My latest go-to Superfood; Pure Synergy and Camu Camu powder. I also put some chia seeds, bee pollen, maca powder in my smoothies but lately, I’ve been mixing Pure Synergy into my juice every morning. I feel less tired and started craving more healthy food. (Apparently, if you take them before you consume alcohol, you …

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Los Caracoles

“Los Caracoles” is one of the most charismatic and charming restaurants in Barcelona located near Las Ramblas. I’ve shared “Los Caracoles” in my past blog entry, but I must say, after going to all the excellent restaurants around the city, it still is my No.1 favorite restaurants in Barcelona. From all the decor to the ambiance, …

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Rainy season in Japan

  A quick trip to Japan. I haven’t been back in Japan during the rainy season for years now. I forgot how hot and humid it could be. It is so mushy and humid; your jeans get dense and moist which sticks around your legs. If you ever go to Japan around this time, I …

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Shoreditch, London

I know I failed my 30-day challenge pretty miserably on my day 8! LOL. Half way through, you start wondering why did I ever start this stupid challenge now?! But I also learned that if I post daily, my blog post would be very similar to the Instagram posts. Anyway, I also learned that I …

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THE NED

    Soho House Group did it once again! While I was in London, I was fortunate enough to be invited to one of the latest hotspots in the city, the most anticipated members’ club, the Ned before it’s opening. As you walk through pools of crowd pouring into the Bank station during rush hour, you …

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Dtla arts district

If you’ve been to Los Angeles a few times and have been to touristy spots already, there are so many quirky places yet to explore. Here are some of the list in downtown LA I’d like to recommend, where things are still organic, raw and innovative. The industrial area meets artists and artisans; this area …

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London etc

After talking about my struggle to write my blog posts, I fee a little better and clear about things. Solutions to my concerns are I should just keep writing whatever I can at my own pacing. On a different note, I’d like to talk about how I find great humor in these English packaging today. …

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Eating my way through Bangkok

From street food, night markets to high-end restaurants, I enjoyed eating my way through Bangkok. I love all sorts of food, home style cooking to casual, street food to what Japanese people would call “Grade B gourmet” (such as ramen, izakaya style, etc.with) to fancy coursed meals. Add to good company and joyful conversations; nothing …

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Happy Holidays

  I hope you are all enjoying a lovely holiday. London has been warm this winter but to an Angeleno like me, it’s still a bit cold.  Yet I don’t mind wearing my coat (which I hardly wear in L.A.) and sipping earl gray tea and enjoying window shopping around London. Here are some of …

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Tsukiji Fish Market Diary

Even though I grew up in Tokyo, I never had the opportunity to visit Tsukiji Market until now. In recent years, it became such a popular tourists spot, and I’ve wanted to check it out before they move into a new property in Toyosu. (There are severals problems Tokyo is currently facing with this issue …

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Detox life

Your detox period can be described as just “boring.” You will be surprised how much time we spend eating, preparing and thinking about meals on a day to day basis. Also, the action of “eating” itself is at our core, we all need to consume food and turn them into energy. It’s pretty obvious, but …

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