Japan: Day 1

Sunday, December 29, 2013

Finally our dream trip to Japan came true! Together with the Moriyamas and my family, we will be exploring the streets of Iwata and Hamamatsu, satisfy our ramen cravings, shop 'til we drop and just create new memories we will never forget!








We saw a rainbow after our plane took flight.
We woke up seeing ice on our window pane.


As soon as we came out of the airport, a chilling breeze hit our skins, sending shiver to our spine. We braved it without our coats on and enjoyed the first winter air we breathe in Japan. But our uncle insisted that we wear our coats and jackets immediately so we followed. After so much sightseeing during our road trip, we fell asleep and woke up feeling everything was surreal.
Our first dinner in Japan at Gomihattin.
My cute slippers!
Night cap.
Matching prints with my sister, Airish.

Hope you enjoyed this mini photo diary! More soon!

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