Wednesday, January 30, 2008

Japan Trip - Part 4 ~ Finale.

Seeing that the flickr links have little to no views, I'm just going to put up the photos right on the blog itself, only selected few which I think is more interesting. Those of my friends who wants the rest of the photos, wait till I print them then I'll show to you all.

1/1 Scale Kokonoe Rin, Taken from Animate in Akiba.
I remember on Danny's blog he mentioned this was all sake.
Wish we could just take one and run.
Lashinbang and K-Books in Ikebukuro.
Something stupid we did at Meiji Shrine. Excuse my poor
Japanese writing skills as I haven't written in ages.
Night view from Mt. Hakodate, Hokkaido.Seafood at Hakodate Morning Market.
Another stupid thing we did while on our way from
Sapporo to Noboribetsu on a 2 hours bus ride.
Miyazaki Nahoko performing in Shibuya. (Did I get her name right??)
Asahiyama Zoo in Asahikawa, Hokkaido.
Bear Hugs anyone?
Random street performers who came out of no where to perform some soccer tricks for about 5-10mins before running off into the crowd.
Inside of the Square Enix building in Shinjuku.
Ditto. These are for you Jason.
Senso-ji Temple in Asakusa, Tokyo.
Taking the riverbus from Asakusa to Hinode Pier, then towards Odaiba.
Ronald Macdonald is a lolipedo! Look how satisfied is he!! Smile!
Tokyo is already gearing up for the future by
having already built a "Tokyo Teleport Station".Tokyo Big Sight at night, Ariake. Doing some scouting before Comiket.
Suzumiya Haruhi poster in the Kokusai-tenjijo-seimon Yurikamome Station, the connecting station to Tokyo Big Sight, promoting its new PSP game. My cousin bought the game, but he doesn't know how to read Japanese. Good incentive for him to start learning now.
Fuji-yama, taken from Hakone Robeway.
The "pirate ship" that we took at Lake Ashi, Hakone.
Shinkansen, taken from inside another Shinkansen.Kiyomizu-dera Temple, Kyoto.
Byodo-in Temple, Uji, Kyoto.
Whale Shark at Osaka Aquarium KAIYUKAN.

That's about it for now, will try to do a post on the books/doujins I bought in Japan tomorrow, or the day after depending on time available. Signing out.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

very nice pictures!