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Monday, 31 December 2012


I went to Sendai specifically to attend the Gazette Fan-Club-Only Concert there. Best day of my life. Saw The GazettE in the flesh, picked up Aoi's guitar pick, and Ruki sprayed water in my face. Twice. 
Bought Apple ice cream on the Shinkansen going from Tokyo to Sendai. Yummy, with pieces of real apple goodness.
Stopped by Subway for a quick meal before the concert. I ordered one with a filling of potato salad, mascarpone cheese and assorted veggies. It was absolutely divine.
While I was at the concert, my budddies took a few snaps around Sendai.
Date Masamune.
Pretty sure this bentou is Date Masamune-themed.

Shame that I didn't stay at Sendai for longer. It was a lovely city, with lovely people. It gave off a relaxed atmosphere and was slow-paced, reminding me of home in Perth.

Saturday, 22 December 2012

Tokyo Disney Sea

The next day after visiting Disneyland, my buddies and I went to Disney Sea. We bought the 2-day passport, which was slightly cheaper than buying individual tickets for both.

Sleeping Cheshire!!

Shhhhh! The Poo(h)s are sleeping...

I chatted with these lovely ladies during the gondola ride. With my schitty Jap. The lady on the right, Tsumoko, was celebrating her birthday that day. And we all sang happy birthday to her. She called me kirei (๑→‿←๑) kyaaa ermagherd whyy

Found a piece of popcorn (from that which we bought. No I didn't just pick it off the ground) which looked like a skull and bones.

Late night snack!

Its a shame that it was raining sporadically that day/night. Otherwise I would've taken more photos. Nonetheless, Disney Sea was breathtakingly beautiful at night. My friend, who was in Venice at the time, thought we were also in Venice. Understandable, since Disney Sea's Mediterranean Harbour looked amazingly like Venice.

Thursday, 20 December 2012

Tokyo Disneyland

In Tokyo Disneyland!! It's been about 15 years since I've last visited, and now that I am considerably more mature, I can better appreciate THE UTTER AWESOMENESS OF THIS PLACE!
Onwards to the gift shop!

'May your wishes come true and bring smiles to all'
Simply write your wish on the card and hang it up on the rack along with other Disneylanders' wishes.

The Big Thunder Mountain attraction. Just look at that line.

Woody! I remember him from watching Toy Story when I was but a wee little lass. How nostalgic.

It's a small world after all.
Thank you kindly Tokyo Disneyland, I will.

Equivalent to about $2000 Australian dollars!

Wednesday, 19 December 2012


I lead my buddies to Shinjuku...believing the huge ass crossing was there. Shibuya-freaking-Crossing. I mistook Shibuya for Shinjuku OTL.

There was a protest against Noda Yamero and nuclear power.

Pretty sure this was at Shinjuku. My memory eludes me.