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15.05.2013 | 東京攻略(叁)

[Volume 8 Issue 5, #1721]
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寫咗三篇東京遊記, 其實我都有諗過, 究竟我係應該繼續, 定係暫停幾日咁呢?? 感覺上連續幾篇都係東京遊記, 好似喺度轟炸讀者咁, 本來有趣都變成枯悶(大家見留言少一大截就知啦).. 後來再諗諗下, 一個系列有幾篇毫無關係嘅post插入, 又好似破壞咗嗰份完美嘅感覺.. 其實自己都想儘快搞掂呢一系列東京遊記嘅, 所以決定繼續疲累轟炸大家啦, 唔好意思, 好似幫大家洗腦咁, 哈哈!! 點都好, 呢篇係遊記第三集, 希望大家喜歡.. :)
after publishing three posts of my tokyo travelogue, i was actually wondering if i should continue or take a couple of days break on this series.. it seems that back-to-back posts on my tokyo trip are bombarding the readers, what was supposed to be interesting may turned boring (you know when you see a sudden drop in the number of comments).. but then a second thought, if i have inserted some other unrelevant posts within the series, i feel it's rather imperfect.. i personally would like to settle this series of tokyo travelogue soonest possible, hence i've decided to continue bombarding everyone.. sorry, it seems like i am brainwashing?? haha.. anyway, this is part three of the travelogue and i hope you'll enjoy reading it.. :)
東京攻略預覽第一集第二集[第三集]第四集第五集
tokyo raiderpreludepart 1part 2[part 3]part 4part 5
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  1. Did you go and have your hair permed or what? You look...different!

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    1. I notice that too, like something he did with his hair or SK actually getting chubby?

      Sorry not teasing but concerning...

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    2. Ouch!!! Muahahahahaha!!!!!

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    3. do i look different?? errr, i guess it's the hair lah, i got it cut shorter and comb differently.. and maybe i was also more tanned..

      hahaha, getting chubby?? of course not lah, because i am already FAT!! you should say i am getting fatter and fatter.. :D

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  2. Oooo...market! I love markets! Browsing at the stuff, things we can't find here...very interesting, more interesting than going to look at buildings, temples...temples and more temples!

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    1. oh yes, i love to go to markets too, there is where you can see more of the local stuffs.. errr, buildings and temples, and temples and temples, are still interesting lah.. that is to see their culture also.. :)

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    1. Phewwwww!!!!! 1 hour already, another comment. I thought everyone's boycotting SK's blog. Maybe they see the photo, though different colour - they think there is no update - same old post.

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    2. Wait lah! I am coming soon! I have to make so many calls to chase buyers for payment! I always need quality time to warm up and get hysterical before spamming SK's blogs!

      I like the photos today. It shows SK at last! He where got chubby, same fatty lah! Muahahahahaha

      Anay just kidding okay! SK don't phiak me ok. Just stand beside STP la.

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    3. hahaha, everyone color-blind cannot see the same photo but different color!! only the old one has the sharpest eye and can see the difference!! the secret is - kampua noodles!! :D

      true true true!! where got chubby?? but Thambee always admit that he is a fatty lah, no offense at all.. :D

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    4. Thambee where got fat??? Next time I wanna chubit your belly!

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    5. if Anay can cubit my belly, that means Thambee IS FAT!! @_@"

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  4. Sorry to say I like your post about your Japan travelogue... I'm not getting bored with it yet. Want to see any new updates about Japan places and its surrounding.

    Maybe I'm the only one says I like to read your Japan post....

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    1. Do comments really that matter here? I believe they are reading just that they are busy with something. Hope you don't mind.

      People comes and goes! May you have a brighter Wednesday

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    2. Yea me too! I am not bored of it yet! Never been to Tokyo before so take this chance to know more about it, cool wert!

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    3. why did Angeline say sorry to me for liking my posts?? haha, feel so weird like that.. errr, maybe i shouldn't say comments, because some are silent readers.. i should say page hit instead??

      thanks Hayley for the motivating encouragement too.. so your next destination is Tokyo?? :p

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  5. Nothing to be bored off if some blogger blogs about their travel. The more I read the more interested will be. Hehehe...

    If they are bored then, I should bear in mind about my previous trip to Taiwan... I got 11 posts about it leh...

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    1. hahaha, actually i start to feel bored myself already!! it takes me one whole day to write one post on this Japan trip, ah, so time consuming and wanna give up already.. but then cannot, i just want to finish this ASAP.. wow, 11 posts for your Taiwan trip, after i'm done with this Tokyo trip, i'll dig back your Taiwan trip to read..

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    2. LOL... I think I posted only 1 post for 5 Taiwan trips. I need motivation! Help!

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    3. more more more, we want more taiwan trip posts from Anay!! Thambee will make sure he spams kaw kaw and like no tomorrow for all Anay's posts!!

      BTW, i only have 1 post for each of my older trips in the past!! how can??!! :D

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  6. Seeing fresh seafood galore from your photos. Both my hubby and I was so jakun over all the fresh salmon, scallop, prawns and unagi when we were there.

    So "siapai". The tour guide brought us to one of the kaiten belt chain sushi. Just paid one price and eat all you can. We keep taking salmons and bla bla bla.

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    1. hahaha, in fact that was the one seafood meal we had, but for once we gotta taste 10 different seafood, good enough lah.. too many to eat but too little time.. oh, so that kaiten is actually a buffet style sushi restaurant?? but i prefer sashimi than sushi, sushi very filling cannot eat much~~ :D

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  7. This year sakura blossoms were quite early. Next time plan a bit earlier in April so you can see sakura...

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    1. we didn't plan to see the sakura actually, else would have gone there earlier.. this trip is mainly the "by product" of attending a wedding ceremony, haha~~

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  8. Hmm, only one photo of you. Don't you have a closer shot?

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    1. Adoi! Angeline, SK showed his pic far far away, you said he is chubby. Now some more you ask for closer shot of him. You think he wants to show you. You should say, from far, I notice SK looks so smart in blue. Very ying standing near tokyo tower. Like that he will show his closer shot ma!

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    2. Later you say me bodek pula.. nyek nyek

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    3. Muahahaha, it seems like Angeline needs more time to get to know how to tackle (or rather, tipu) Ah Boy to show his close-up photo.

      Must bodek bodek him a bit wert.

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    4. hahaha, now i know how truthful Angeline is and that how hypocrite the Y&Y Sistaz was to tipu me all these while!! i will now only show my photo taken from far far away, somemore must photoshop to better!! hahahaha~~ :D

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    5. Now only Ah Boy knows how deep is the Taiping Lake!!! Still water runs deep lah. Muahahahaha

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    6. yes, now only Ah Boy realizes Taiping Lake is so deep, deeper than the Black Sea~~ Ah Boy also learned how to bodek from them la~~ :D

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  9. Shinjuku - You never spotted Pachinko?

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    1. yes, lots of pachinko shops there, and actually not only in shinjuku, it's like everywhere in japan, haha!!

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    2. I wanted to play Panchinko so badly but wife FORBIDS me!!! I told her I am expert in this game but she still said NO! I saw many gangsters loiter outside all the outlets!

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    3. i actually think it's quite okay to go in to play for perhaps half an hour, just to experience the pachinko culture.. well, i don't think it has much difference than Genting casino, even though you see gangsters i don't think your safety is at risk also..

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  10. Go to Japan must try their lovely ramen with all kinds of soup base. Originally with fresh ingredients and most of the soup they use bone marrows to boild for a few hours.

    We had our own leisure time once we reach the hotel after dinner. Since we're not tired, hubby and I continue to take a stroll along the nearby street (not far away from the hotel) and search for ramen stall. Almost every night we had ramen for supper.

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    1. It is just so nice to have a bowl of hot ramen during cold weather... Slurpp all the way no one cares about it.

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    2. I love ramen too. I love those ramen in hot and spicy soup base. My favourite. Ichiban!

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    3. I'm not a noodle person, I'm more a rice lover. Would love to try all sort of don (rice bowl?) there. Japanese are so perfectionist. They care about the presentation of their food, eh, Everything seems so well-arranged and appetizing.

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    4. yeah, the first night we touched down, it was raining and was kind of chilly, so we settled with a bowl of hot ramen just nearby the hotel, the one with private cubicle.. but cannot have ramen everyday lah, there are so many things to eat and to try, and yet we had little time.. and i realized i had a lot of rice, probably one month's quota of my rice intake in malaysia~~ :D

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    5. Adoi!!! I think all Tans are rice lovers and addicts!! I must go check the Tan's Ancestral diet history.

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    6. the Tan's must have rice for every meal else they won't feel easy at all?? :p

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  11. Don't you think their fast food chain also served nutritious food? I think their convenient store also can have fresh and yummy food too.

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    1. I think they are health-freak and they serve mostly nutritious food.

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    2. we are not talking about those western fast food chains like McD etc.. but those local japanese food chains operating in "fast food" model, something like yoshinoya.. i won't say they are particularly nutritious but i guess it's the japanese cuisine itself.. :)

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  12. boring? No la.....dont merajuk la...me no time to comment mah... you know me la ...will come back to comment when i have time punya leh....

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    1. no lah, mana ada merajuk?? i never merajuk for people not reading my posts and not commenting lah, everyone has their freedom of what to do mah.. :)

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  13. A. 5:30am???? wah la eh...Kalah Mak Rempinator ni....she wake up so early to run you pulak go market....some more fish market

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    1. Why I wanna go market if I wake up early? To see fish? I'm not kucing. MUahaha

      SK so rajin to wake up that early. :P

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    2. yalah, i woke up at 5:30am that particular day because of the market.. but this Mak Rempinator wakes up at 4:00am everyday for a morning run, even when she is holidaying in Japan!! eih, she memang rajin lah~~

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  14. B. no fishy smell? That is nice to here. Over here if go fish market have to get ready boots else sure feet will get wet .


    Good idea have restuarants near the market espeially if the market not stinky. Maybe the seafood will be cheaper and fresher?

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    1. Definitely fresher Meow. Not necessarily cheaper. Good & high quality food doesn't come cheap. ;)

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    2. yalah, everywhere is so clean and neat in Japan.. errr, i have no idea whether the seafood is cheap or not?? i don't even go to markets in Malaysia, i am those who tahu makan tak tahu harga lah, haha~~ :D

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  15. C. i guess it would be nice experience to see all the auction going on in the inner market but too bad la cannot go in.

    Hmm...why spend so little time at the outer market? Or was it the place to vast. No tme to walk around

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    1. So many foreigh create havoc and kacau the expensive tuna... make people loss saja.

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    2. the inner market is opened to the public after 9:00am but i guess most of the businesses and auctions were already over by that time.. i heard that we can apply to go in for the auctions, didn't know that else probably may want to try..

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  16. D. i was going to ask whether you all ate there or not but now no need la.

    How come slightly more expensive geh? I thought since so near to the seafood source, the price would be cheaper than other place. They slaughter tourist ka?

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    1. what i meant was this meal was slightly more luxurious than those things we used to eat during our trip, not that the things in this market are more expensive than outside.. haha!!

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  17. E. the place looks so clean and tidy.

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    1. yalor, everywhere is so clean, cannot see any rubbish on the street lah..

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  18. Looks like another fun day. I was just wondering, why the need to hotel-hop?

    Nice shots of the Tokyo Skytree. What a blue sky! It must have been nice to be able to lie down on the lawn to just enjoy the sky and the surroundings.

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    1. To experience the goings on in the inner market would have been quite an experience. Still, at least you were at the outer market to take in the excitement.

      I read that some ramen soups are specifically made from pork bones but whatever meat is used, the soup would be super-tasty after hours of cooking.

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    2. Btw, did you say drop in comments? You must be kidding! I see a higher number these past few posts.

      Anyway, three or four posts or even five on a destination is bearable, for me at least. Just don't hit anything beyond that all at one go! Oops! No offence, just sharing my thoughts. Whatever... it is still your blog so it is your choice to do what you feel right or comfortable.

      Thanks for yet another interesting day in bustling Tokyo.

      P.S. Any picture of anyone in Cosplay?

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    3. hotel hop?? because we book a better hotel for just one night to pamper ourselves, haha!! i always do that, one night in a good hotel for the trip.. :p

      BTW, that is Tokyo Tower and not Tokyo SkyTree.. Tokyo SkyTree is the concrete one in my previous post..

      yeah, that was exactly what we have missed.. it would be such a good experience to be able to see the wholesale business and auction in the inner market.. :)

      hahaha, maybe the comments came in slower.. anyway, there will be 1+5 posts for this trip.. one sneak preview summarizing everything and then another 5 for each of the day i was there.. i hope that's not too much.. :p

      cosplay.. hmmm, quite disappointed we didn't see many Lolita and Naruto on the streets in Harajuku!! or is it not the trend already?? haha~~

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  19. F. really like postcard view of the tower la. Must be a posh hotel with such a nice view.

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    1. no lah, this was not taken from the hotel.. we have left the hotel and on the way to go back to our humble hostel.. this is taken from the park opposite the hotel that we met up for tea with the bride's family..

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  20. G: Chubby meh???? it's the angle la which your friend snap photo of you...hahaha lucky tarak tumbuh tower on top of your head.

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    1. Yeap you are right, take from the wrong angle. No matter how he is still SK!

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    2. hahaha, not chubby, but FAT right?? hmmm, but i really have just few photos of myself in my phone.. that's all i can show lah.. anyway, i personally like this photo lah, it's me and so me!! haha~~ :D

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  21. F. Lying on the park....ahem ahem...got like the ones that Anay saw in China ka....poo poo by the road side and rubbing the feet ....:p

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    1. Meow,
      I've never seen even the homeless in Japan do what Anay saw in China. o.O

      They even pick up their doggies poop there when they take the dogs out for a walk! Not like Malaysians - let the dog out and poop at neighbour's place. xD

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    2. China people are selfish, unlike Japanese who are more discipline. Totally cannot compare these 2 countries. I think Malaysia condition is better than China.

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    3. yalah, this is Japan and not China lah, like Ah Hua says they are very disciplined.. i don't expect to see people poo-poo in the public at all, haha!! everywhere is so clean, you don't even have to worry about yourself stepping onto dogs' poop.. what Lina says is so true, we let our dogs poop at neighbour's door~~ :D

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    4. Malaysia is a nicer place to live compared to tough life in China. They said I don't behave like a "Chinese" at all. I told them all overseas born Chinese are better behaved and more polite than main landers.

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    5. hahaha, what do they mean we don't behave like a "chinese" at all?? i don't even appreciate to behave like them also.. we better be more polite and considerate lah..

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  22. I. Me too doesn't like Udon. Tasteless to me. But maybe co I have not tasted those that have been cooked by Japanese la

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    1. Meow,
      If you do get a chance, try sanuki udon. Actuallt the udon you ate here and the good ones in Japan taste totally different.

      I don't like udon too (in Malaysia) but I love them when in Japan. But not the food court standarf udon lah. Sanuki udon is the best!

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    2. yeah, i never like udon in malaysia, i always go for rice or ramen only.. so when my friend brought me for udon that day, i was rather hesitant but then just follow lah, one simple meal only don't make a fuss lah.. but then ended up, i like the udon so much, probably one of the best meal i had in Tokyo, haha!!

      Lina, i've forgotten where i had the udon.. you know lah, not that interested so never bother to go remember the place.. it was in Shimbashi, a small shop with no vending machine.. probably not sanuki right??

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  23. J. ahem ahem...how to comment ah.....the train station here not stragetic one...like the one they are building at sungai buloh here...so far from the KTM sg buloh...have to take taxi and/or bus(if any) to go there. Japan not same everywhere there is a connecting station...no need say japan la...our neighbour Singapore also so advance jor

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    1. Hmm, Singapore one is quite simple. Wait you see Japan train map...you'll go pengsan. Even their road fly-over here and there..

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    2. yalah, very true!! ours here like no planning one, or maybe the original budget was enough to do everything huge and massive, but then ended up all the projects become small scale.. if you know what i mean?? from MRT become LRT that is.. :D

      yeah, Singapore MTR not very complicated lah, only complicated compared to Malaysia only.. go to Tokyo and London, fuyoh, even the locals may get lost~~ :D

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  24. K.....wah u wanna buy the moster push for Fing Fing and playmate ah

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    1. no lah.. that one not for sale, it's the property of a cafe inside there..

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  25. L...lol.....but sizzling meal sound more appetising in cold weather wor....

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    1. hahaha, okay lah but then looks weird lor, seems like only our table has all the sizzling thing.. somemore can be heaty mah if too many sizzling..

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  26. M. snap photo at red light district ah...later may not have complete corpse to come back malaysia leh

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    1. that's why i didn't snap too much lah.. actually i think they are quite open also, go to red light district is very normal and nothing to be shy of, and don't have to hide here and there like we do here..

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  27. N. can see cannot eat.....cham.....lol....nevermind...next round la

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    1. yalor, this time really so many to see, so many to try, so many to do.. yet so little time.. one trip is never enough lah.. no wonder Mak Rempinator has gone there numerous times..

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  28. O....looks a bit like instant noodle geh :p

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    1. but the since soup boild so long...must be very tasty..."yup mei"

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    2. P. Heart shaped strawberry...not genetically enhanced gua....

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    3. Square watermelon comes to mind. Saw any on sale?

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    4. I think they have watermelon in heart shape too... I saw before from Astro WLT 311 channel when they introduce some Japanese food and interesting places.

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    5. Yeah they served heart shaped water melons inside the Love Nest motels!!! SK went there too! Where's the photo?

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    6. haha, in fact the noodles tasted a bit like instant noodles, but we know it's definitely fresh ramen lah.. the soup really very flavorful, kaw kaw!!

      nope, that heart shaped strawberry just a coincidence lah.. found just one in the whole box so i took a photo of it lah.. wah, i never tried watermelon there, very very expensive lah.. come back buy cheap one here can already lah~~ :D

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  29. I am always here. Even when tsunami comes, I will still comment so long as Thambee still can post up something. The drop in comments could be due to the hot weather, GE13, office expansions, under staff and the list of excuses can reach Tokyo. You know lah, the bloggers who said so busy and no comments here but went to comment in other blogs. HHBC!!!!!

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    1. Where got? I am here wert! I will not go other blogs but here all the time.

      Ya la, all blame to GE13, new company set up, under staff , new company policy and candy crush la! The culprit of dropping in comments. Hehehe!

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    2. OMG! Look at at the Queen of Spamming Small Kucing!!!! So many comments, anay faints! How to fight this pussy who can claw me anytime! Muahahahahaha

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    3. Yannie I know you are here la.

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    4. Yalor, Yannie!!! Fitnah!!! These people simply hurl accusations one, never mind true or untrue. Tsk! Tsk! We were ALL here before he dropped by - dunno what he was so busy with... Must be tied up visiting other people's blogs. Hehehehehe!!!!

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    5. Hoiiii!!! Where got fitnah! You simply pour petrol again, I must call you "Satu Tong Petrol" (STP) Wakakaka...

      Actually yannie knows which bloggers I was talking about.

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    6. I know who la! PJ WIFE blogger's kuku husband right?

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    7. Adoi, come to think of it. I belum greet Annay, Meow and Minah at their blog yet! Piak Ah Hua's head.

      Only SK's blog manages to attract me to come back :p

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    8. LOL.. Yannie's description so panjang!!! Spot on lah!

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    9. haiyo, calm down everyone.. nothing's a big deal for people not dropping by and leave a comment.. Thambee SK Ah Boy is always very open-hearted lah, everyone just has their own freedom to do what they like to do, I will never force people to come and read my blog lah.. anyway, forget about the negative, SK thanks all of you for always being there to support.. muaks!! :)

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  30. Photo A: Wah! You guys really woke up so early at 5.30am to see Rising Sun! I just watched a documentary and they claimed a fishing market in Korea has the biggest in the world with most varieties. Anay confused la. I think that tsukiji shijō (築地市場) could be bigger.

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    1. But 5.30 sun already up there.

      My body also will make me wake up automatically.

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    2. Er, I thought Ah Boy is showing us the fish market in Japan, apa pasal Annay talked about fishing market in Korea? Sesat?

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    3. Ah Boy said Japan punya paling besar la. I just saw KBS Channel saying Korea's paling besar. Anay confused la.

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    4. yalah, by the time we woke up at 5:30am the sun already rise and shine!! errr, i don't know lah, that's what i read about tsukiji shijō, but not that i care which one is the largest.. never been to Korean before, i think they also have one there, and probably also opened to the tourist.. freshly slaughtered seafood upon your sashimi orders.. nice!!!

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  31. Photo B: I agree that the Japanese are so clean and hygiene always. They will sweep and scrub the floors everyday making sure it's spotless! They also clean and scrub themselves until their skin so white!

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    1. I agree their skin is so spotless, porcelain, smooth and fair, Everyday I see the Japanese in my office and wonder what they apply on their faces. So envious.

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    2. They soak so often inside the hot springs with special minerals which is good for skin. Even the public bath house import the mineral water from hot springs for city folks to bathe! After so many generations, all the new generations born in Korea and Japan have good skin.

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    3. yalah, i think the weather, the food and the lifestyle are the main factors for their nice complexions.. maybe Ah Hua wants to send her flower boy Lil Chi to Japan or Korea, then sure he will grow up with smooth like porcelain complexion..

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  32. Photo C: So you8 missed the live actions and auctions in jōnai-shijō (inner market) .... I didn't know you like to see people lelong the sotongs! Muahahahaha

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    1. eih why not?? it's a good experience, i've only seen that in the TV.. actually i think what i expect from the market is, seafood caught and slaughtered on the spot upon sashimi orders.. now, that's what i call FRESH..

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  33. Photo D: Your meal looked so tempting and nice with so much seafood! They looked fake to me! LOL
    The price is damn expensive but Thambee is very rich lah, noooooo problem to enjoy!

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    1. I wanted to clarify, that bowl of ramen is not sampuru, eh? I can't differentiate real food and sampuru in Japan >.<

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    2. no sampuru at all, all are real food that i ate during the tokyo trip.. if sampuru then you will probably see them taken from outside the glass panel, you'd see reflections.. once in a while, afterall you are already there, then why have to worry about pay more?? it's to experience and to taste the different culture of Japan.. everything count and convert then no fun lah~~ :)

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  34. Photo E; WTH! How could you miss the Sakura!!! The Sakura also missed you too. Now you said even the botak neat trees could make you happy. Adoi!

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    1. errr, my trip wasn't really meant to see sakura lah.. it was the "by product" of attending a wedding ceremony.. impossible to ask people to prepone the wedding or the sakura to postpone their blossoms mah~~

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  35. Photo F: The Tokyo Tower is a great landmark in Tokyo. How come you didn't know its height?? I noticed the skies in Japan, China and Taiwan are so blue!

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    1. Got new landmark already Anay. Tokyo Tower is so year 2000. LOL

      Now people all go to Tokyo Sky Tree lah. :P

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    2. Okay I will take note and climb that Tokyo Sky Tree one day! Mak Rempit went up already????

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    3. hahaha, yalah.. the new landmark is the SkyTree lah, though i personally find Tokyo Tower more beautiful, probably because of the color.. anyway, didn't go to see the towers at night, perhaps SkyTree is beautiful at night with all the lighting..

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  36. Good afternoon SK!
    It is so hot lately!! Wonder if KL has the same crazy weather?

    Anyway, yea, I totally understand your concerns. Too many posts will bored the readers, cause the comments are getting lesser.
    Same here, whenever I write about travelogue, I'll want to settle it asap! So you have to keep writing, gambateh neh~

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    1. Wake up at 5.30am?? Wah so rajin la you! But true also la, the early birds get the worms, who knows you might get some cool rewards by waking so early right?
      And the seafood sashimi, though I don't eat sashimi but it looks very colorful and tempting!

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    2. I love the picture F, very beautiful! See the clear blue sky! And yea, it's a beautiful and clean country! Everything is well maintained! Hope to visit Japan again la~

      And oh, finally you are in the picture already! Haha xD

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    3. Shinjuku! What a cool night city right? Look at those lights! Surely a busy place!
      The heart shaped strawberry is so cute! I would keep one or two cause they are too cute to eat! LOL!
      Can tell all their fruits and vege are very fresh~

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    4. yes, the weather in KL is also hot recently, really cannot take it.. oh yeah, readers may get bored after series of posts about the same topic.. but then nag a little bit about the drop in comments, there comes more comments.. haha!!

      have to go early lah, because the shops will be closing in the afternoon.. haha, those seafood definitely looked good and also tasted good!! i don't usually prefer sashimi with rice, but this is exception..

      yeah, Japan is a very clean country.. and we were lucky because of the good weather while we were there, just only drizzled the night we touched down.. love the clear blue sky, felt so refreshed..

      yes yes yes, almost everywhere is bustling with crowd.. but then i don't have problem with packed places because people are always so polite and disciplined..

      haha, there was only one heart-shaped strawberrry in the whole box.. just took a picture of it and then straight away went into my stomach~~ :D

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  37. Photo G: You really looked like Bruce Lee from far! This a new stylish signature pose by SK in Tokyo! Did you climb the tower? Where is that photo from atop?

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    1. Anay, what Bruce Lee from far, he looks like Wang Li Hom from far la!

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    2. Muahahahaha! I wanna die laughing la. Which part of Wang Lee Hom's ketiak ah?

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    3. SK when stands beside STP, may look like Wang Lee Hom from far.

      Their Ketiak same or not, I must go google to check whether Want Lee Hom also uses Ralph Lauren fragrance.

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    4. Nice from far...but when near, far from nice!

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    5. i will look like Wang Lee Hom when we pee lah, both also standing one, hahaha!! aiyoh, what stylish pose, this one just "cincai" one pose only, taken at the Shiba Park lah.. very true lah, nice from far but far from nice!! hahaha~~

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  38. Photo H: The park is oldest in Japan? Which year was it? You purposely don't want to describe the age and size dei. I also saw lots of men lazing and taking naps in the parks in Nara and Kyoto. I would do the same if our parks are safe for taking naps!

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    1. You dare to take a nap at Nara park? You're not scared there are so many deers around that area?... Later one of the deer keen to lick your face and make you wake up... hehehe..

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    2. Adoi, Angeline, the deer licks Anay's face, anay wakes up, if the deer licks Anay's family jewel, anay sure stands up.

      Anay, hope you don't mind me making lame joke of your jewel. I just want to put in more comments to fight with that pussy cat.

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    3. Welcome Yannie! I was coming back to reply Angeline that their very hamsap deers bit and groped our jewels so many times!!! I thought I had washed it clean!

      This pussy cat really made me force myself to comment so much in the office. Boss will kill me la.

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    4. Eh? You went to Nara? Miss that photo.

      Wait wait I go see the photos again ah. :P

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    5. Ooooo talking about Anay's trip ah?

      Aiyoh ini makcik confuse already! Hahaha

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    6. aiyoh, this Anay asked so much about facts and details, go google lah if you are interested.. thambee got no time to do all those Anay, i am not foongpc!! wakakaka.. read that from the brochure lah, if not mistaken since 1873, old or not??

      adoi, how can Mak Rempinator forgotten about Anay's trip to Nara and being licked by the deers in the park?? they licked exactly where Yan and Angeline described lah~~ :D

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  39. Photo I: High 5! I also don't fancy Udon as they are so fat like worms and taste so much flour.

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    1. I don't like udon here but I love udon there. At certain shops la.

      Food court ones not really nice.

      The specialty udon shop - that one very good. As SK said, springy and chewy. Yummy. :)

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    2. yeah, i never like udon here, but this one i had somewhere in Shimbashi, i liked it so much.. so flavorful and so springy and so chewy!! yum yum..

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  40. Photo J: We may never achieve such excellent train transport like them with so much corruptions. Their cars are so cheap but they still prefer to use subways to get anywhere. They save time and money plus reduce stress & air pollutions! I need to ask my Japanese friend again whether Tokyo has more lines than NYC today. Last time he told me it was the other way - 20 years ago.

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    1. hmmm, i think NYC, London and Tokyo have some of the most complicated train network in the world.. Malaysia, aiyoyo, just sesame lah i think.. may be comparable but then after all the duit kopi, all projects become family scale already~~ :D

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  41. Photo K: This kinda place is for me!! I always would spend time in art stores, museums and cemeteries too! The bear was so big! Why didn't you hug it?

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    1. oh, this is a nice place to hang out and have a cup of tea in the afternoon, very relaxing and those artcrafts are sure nice!! expensive though, but perhaps Anay will not be able to hold on but buy a lot as souvenirs.. cannot hug the plush toy lah, they belong to the cafe, later i kena tangkap!!

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  42. Photo L: Thambee You ate a lot lah until hair raised and tummy bloated! No wonder you looked different in the photos! I tried their food everywhere and all were GOOD!!! If Sushi King opens in Tokyo, I think it would be set ablazed!!!!!

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    1. Cheh! Sushi King ah?

      Even I look down on Sushi King! :(

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    2. We haven't seen SK replying us yet. He might be sad that we keep teasing him....

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    3. very true, we really ate a lot, haha!! errr, tummy always bloated one lah, the 8-packes has since long ago united to become 1-ball, wakakakaka!! sushi king ah?? cheh, not even in my eyes over here in KL~~

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  43. Photo M: You went to Shijuku and the Red Lights area!! How naughty boy! Where are the photos of the beautiful chickens??? Kiok Kiok Kiok.....
    I like their night scenes, so happening and people so well dressed in trendy clothes. I am sure they thought Thambee was a canggih Japanese too!

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    1. it's not about naughty or not, when i go travel, i definitely would like to go all the places possible, to experience and to see the diversity of culture.. if travel to other countries, everything also worry and not adventurous enough, then no fun lah.. might as well just stay inside hotel watch TV~~ :D

      no lah, i must be perceived as a kampung boy when people saw me there~~ :D

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  44. Photo N: Weiii we also have "airflown" ikan from Thailand and Indonesia in lorries! I should visit their wet markets next time in Japan. I avoided it because I had heart attack seeing the wet markets in Hong Kong where the fish's heart was still beating outside its body after being chopped into 2. Blergh!

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    1. hahaha, of course we also have airflown seafood from Hokkaido occasionally in some supermarkets, but then that would cost us a bomb lah, everything starts from 3-digit.. eih, must go to the markets in japan, a lot of things to see, anay will have lots of pleasant surprises..

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  45. Photo 0: Yes I swear that their Ramen is the best in the world. Even the best one in One-Utama cannot beat their original. I wonder what makes their ramen so nice, milky and heavenly! Any idea Thambee??

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    1. of course none here can compare to the good ones there lah.. i think it's the ingredients as well as the chefs and also the environment lah.. similarly, you cannot find excellent Malaysian food over there.. :)

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  46. Anay didn't mention that heart shape strawberry, so sweet and so suitable to feel to the mouth of our lover.

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    1. Yeah loh...I should buy them and smear with cream too! Soooo yummilicious and sexy to eat! I just bought strawberry-halves last night to make breakfast salad for Letchumy!


      Here you can buy strawberry halves at half price cos the grocery marts quickly slice the dented ones into half instead of throw away. Good ones will sell as it is at full price.

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    2. Strawberry is said to be a sex-booster fruit. Now SK had a heart shaped strawberry and he was in Japan famous red light district, he must had a wild night chasing moths at the street.Kekekeke!

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    3. that's the one and only one piece of heart-shaped strawberry from the two boxes we bought, very precious and i was the one who picked it.. snapped a photo and straight away went into my stomach.. errr, sex-booster fruit?? no wonder your friend SP kukubird loves it so much~~ :D

      Anay is such a sweet hubby lah, making nice breakfast with strawberries for Letchumi.. just like Jin Jin to Yannie..

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  47. Photo P: Waaaaah! That strawberry looked so glossy red like a plastic one. Are you sure it wasn't fake? Thambee loves to pull our legs. I saw strawberries in Korea as big as my palm size! I was too shocked to eat them cos too big lah!!!


    Thank you for posting so many photos and thank me for posting equally more comments! Errmmmm!.....

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    1. nothing is fake lah, all can eat one!! so beautiful you suspect those are all samples right?? now, make a trip down to the local markets or supermarkets and have your eyes wide open for all these pleasant surprises (that the locals thought are nothing)..

      sure sure sure, thank you Anay for posting so many comments, this month sure champion!!!

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  48. SK, why you where blue so often? It is the colour of Busuk Najis. You should wear 黄绿红 more

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    1. aiyah, i look better in blue mah, look even fatter in 黄绿红 so better not do that.. eih, not only Busuk Najis uses blue lah, that Blue Iris also blue mah~~

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  49. Good evening, SK and all! Sorry for being late. I had to go work early as my cashier is on leave. I'm back for a short break and then work till late.
    I love posts about places. It great to view all those beautiful photos and I love all the interesting facts.

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    1. that love-shaped strawberry is amazing!

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    2. glad that you enjoy reading and viewing the photos.. oh yeah, that heart-shaped strawberry was indeed unique, just the one and only one from the two boxes we bought.. :)

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  50. well in my case iam enjoying it a lot!
    i love seeing travel pictures and
    i love japan

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    1. thanks for that, it's motivating me to write more and post more photos, hahaha~~ :D

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  51. that kaisendon was superb! just by looking
    by it i could tell that it was very satisfying!
    the prawsn seems like shouting my name haha

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    1. the colors and the freshness actually make the whole thing tasted so delicious!! hahaha, only the prawns?? i think the fish, the scallop, the octopus and the sea-urchin are all yelling your name~~

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  52. tokyo sure looks so alive at night huh
    just like how i visualize it, and
    just like how it was drawn at animes haha

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    1. oh yeah, the neon lights definitely live the city up at night.. it's cool to just look at their many neon lights at night..

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  53. th market sure looks filled with fresh stuffs huh
    a lot of variety in fish too, but those it would be hard to
    shop it all was written in japanese haha

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    1. oh yeah, basically you can get all kinds of produce from that market and cheap price.. it's really a recommended place, many tourists actually go there..

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    2. well they somehow have seen everythin japan has
      if they will go there

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    3. i wouldn't say so, but it will be really a good experience to know japan more if you go around the market.. :)

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  54. tenkaippin sure looks great too huh, it seems pretty creamy
    and tasty, thou it seems not so fulling, i mean it seems a bit light

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    1. yeah, the soup was kind of different from the others we had earlier.. very milky and creamy and flavorful.. i am missing that right now, haha~~

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  55. oh, my friend told me that, japan has those huge veggies, they
    have this certain high tech farming on doing that

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    1. oh no wonder!! high tech farming?? no wonder all the crops seem to look so much bigger in size!!

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    2. yeah, they were the best when it comes to farming indeed!
      they manae to combinde farming and technology

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    3. hmmm, that make sense!! thanks for enlightening me, yeah, i think they apply technology into basically everything to make things better huh?? :)

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  56. have a great day sk, happy blogging
    take care and god bless you

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    1. you too have a great day and may god bless you :)

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  57. Love the Tokyo tower picture!!! It just look like the one on the postcard!!! =]

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    1. yeah, this Tokyo Tower has killed many megabytes of our cameras!! just nice weather with blue sky, the red and white color of the tower really make it stands out.. :)

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  58. BTW SK,
    If you are annoyed with me replying to comments about Japan here... sorry ah? It's not that I want to show off but you know me lah... kaypoh to answer also. hihihi

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    1. why would i feel annoyed?? i love comments, you know what right?? haha.. why not i give you my login, you reply all the comments with your experience and knowledge on Tokyo lah.. that would be nice!! haha~~ :D

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  59. Drooling over your food photo...oh I just love Japanese food~

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    1. haha, but i didn't post a lot of food photo!! else you may be drooling more?? :p

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  60. 東京80多年前就開始建地鐵了
    吉隆坡要像它那樣的密度,再加上政府的行政效率
    應該需要多100年吧

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    1. 所以說永遠都不能夠趕得上了, 就算要有人家一半也難, 好可悲~~ :(

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