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Tuesday, December 27, 2011

Day in Japan 19: Christmas card making event

With our teacher me and a few classmates went to a Christmas card making event for foreign students.


This is Parco a chain of department stores that is mostly found near stations all around Japan. There are a wide variety of retailer stores in Parco, mostly clothe retailers. I've never seen a Parco that had Imax before. Somewhere in this building there is an Imax cinema. And somewhere in this building we are going to make Christmas cards.

Sunday, December 25, 2011

Mcdonalds Chicken Tatsuta Burger

On this times Mcdonalds new limited time burgers we have the Chicken Tatsuta Burger.


The box is very similar to the Big Mac box. The Chicken Tatsuta burger is apparently a returning favorite burger. So it's technically not new, but It was my first time eating it.

Tuesday, December 13, 2011

Day in Japan 18: Koppe(roll) bread and lighting

This rounds post is technically not "a day", it's more like "days" ^.^' . Haven't been taking photos a lot lately Hmm I think I should change the series title.


Today's morning パン(pan) with peanut butter cream. . . I think ~_~ . It tasted like peanut butter.

Saturday, December 3, 2011

Day in Japan 17: Christmas nearing

It's already December!! Christmas is just down the street and 2012 is only a few blocks away. Oh boy, one of the downsides of living alone in a foreign country is that you can't really celebrate the holidays to the fullest. But of course if you have friends then it's a different story. It's very important to make friends!!


It's that season again where Christmas trees pop out everywhere. Last year there were Huge trees popping up in Mongolia see here