I've opened an Etsy Shop for my watercolor digital printables about two months ago. If you like to use clip art, print your own stuff, or find it a hassle to digitize watercolor stuff, you check it out: Tubigan Watercolors. In case you're wondering, "Tubigan" means to add water in Filipino. I'm not really good … Continue reading Etsy: Tubigan Watercolors Sale!
Tokyu Hands seems to have a store in the major areas of Japan. We visited the one in Shibuya and the store was unexpectedly HUGE! I only planned to buy waterbrushes but the five floors of special interests were just too interesting to ignore. There's a whole floor for paper products, stationary, journals and pens. … Continue reading Tokyu Hands Art Haul
While there is not enough Kaonashi in japan, Ghibli shops are still full of interesting merchandise and is worth visiting for a fan. There was shop on the topmost floor of the museum. (More on the museum here.) But I wouldn't recommend it.There was just too many people. The line was ridiculous. I only bought … Continue reading Where to buy Ghibli Stuff
From where I come from, claw cranes aren't treated with any respect. They're filled with cheap toys and it's next to impossible to get them. I've tried them once, got angry and completely ignored them thereon after. I have also been told beforehand that they actually work in Japan, meaning you can actually *gasp* get … Continue reading The claw!
I don't think it's a race issue. I'm not even going to tag this under Japan. It's an issue on manners. I'm not Japanese and I find him rude and insensitive. Throwing a Poké ball stuff toy at stranger riding the bike on the street with a camera pointed at his back is rude in any country. … Continue reading Opinion: Don’t be like Logan Paul
No Face or Kaonashi is my favorite Ghibli character. He's just the right amount of cute, creepy and innocent. Plus if you research a bit on the internet his 'backstory' and people's interpretation of him is quite interesting. Aside from Danbo I was expecting to find Kaonashi collectibles in Japan. I was disappointed. We visited … Continue reading Looking for Kaonashi
This post is a lengthy narrative of my ghibli saga in Japan. Key points have been bold faced so you can skip through the fangirling. Thank you for your patience. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Japan is beautiful and different. But what makes Japan truly enjoyable … Continue reading Ghibli Museum in Japan
Me writing about how I love strawberry mochi