Wanderlust Hannah in Japan – Part 9: Osaka~

It’s been awhile since I last posted about my Japan trip and that trip was like million yearrrrsss ago. Okay, no it was actually last February. There are actually still lots of stories I haven’t shared but yaa I’ve been seriously demotivated to write. It’s been months and the struggle is real. I’m still unemployed. People will say like ‘you’re not trying hard enough to find a job’ seriously shut up you people. You’re not in my shoes. Opps I’m suppose to share stories about my Japan trip. 

Anyway, Osaka road trip was one of my favourite. Obviously every moment was precious and all are my favourite. By just breathing the air there makes me happy and everyday is definitely an adventure. I wish I just can go back now and feel the cold weather again. Here is so hot~. I’m actually blogging again because I saw these Malaysian celebrity going there and makes me missed Japan so much. On the other hand my sister was like ‘Why was your trip to Japan so boring?’ and I was like ‘Excuse me~ I am not a celebrity and I don’t have people taking my pictures in every angle 24/7’. Urghh how annoying. Come on, I was there for like 2 weeks it’s not like I can capture every moment.

Back to Osaka story, I was really excited to be there and I remember feeling like I was in an Ultraman Movie or something because the building there was a bit classic unlike in Tokyo, where it was more happening. (sorry for my lack of vocabulary I don’t know if happening is even the right word to describe it) . The trip to Osaka from Fuji was around 6 hours if I’m not mistaken.We were in Osaka for 2 nights, to be honest I don’t really remember about the entire trip but the highlights in Osaka was going to Dotonburi street. We play at this game station there and we won lot’s of plushies. Yay~ Thanks to the cousins! We also ate at this Malay restaurant called Malaysia Boleh and at the area there I saw Umeda Sky building. It was so cool and breathtaking. On the second day, we went to Universal Studios Japan and to think about it now my USJ trip was awesome but not so awesome. What was I thinking that day? Note to self, if there’s ever going to be next trip to Japan bring the squad and be crazy.

Osaka was really fun, It wasn’t boring. It was memorable. I definitely want to go back there one day and explore the city more. Hmm~ I guess I can just dream about it for now.

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Wanderlust Hannah in Japan – Part 1

Japan.  Japan. Japan! It’s been almost 2 weeks after my trip to Japan and I’m still talking about Japan with everyone and even posting the pictures I took in Japan on instagram every day. I actually been wanting to post about my Japan trip here, but I was unable to blog because I can’t stop obsessing about Japan. My trip there was amazing. I just love it. I never thought I will go there first before South Korea. As you all know, Japan is one of the expensive country in the world and going there with little money is actually a bit risky but I got lucky because my cousins are there. My mom actually went there first before me, after her trip she was always excited talking about Japan. Me as a KPOP fan obviously wanted to go to South Korea first but then mom, my excited mom was so awesome and sponsored the ticket flight to Japan for me. Obviously I can never say no, I was so thrilled.

Japan is a place that I definitely want to go back again, in fact after just a day coming back from there I was wishing to be there again. It’s funny that I didn’t feel homesick while being there or maybe because 2 weeks weren’t enough for me to be homesick. Talking more about Japan, the country was really wonderful and I really love it. Wait, did I just said that again? Haha I got so much feels. I really enjoy being there, it was fun.

2 weeks in Japan feels so short, during the time there we went to a lot of places in Tokyo from Shinagawa to Shibuya, Harajuku, Shinjuku, Ginza, Odaiba and other places I don’t know what the name was. I especially love our road trip to the strawberry farm around Chiba area I think and we also went to Fuji and Osaka. Mount Fuji was breath taking, and it looks like vanilla ice cream just because it was so white that time or was it because I was craving for ice cream all the way during the trip? Haha.

Shopping was fun especially if you have lots of money but in my case I need to limit and control myself because of my limited budget. but I’m really grateful that I was with amazing people, I feel blessed because my aunt and cousins are awesome.

One of my favourite things to do while I was in Japan was playing at the game station (or whatever they called it..sorry I’m not sure) it was a place full of prizes game or I think they called it the UFO catcher and my favorite place was Round 1 at DiverCity Tokyo. It’s actually a place where you lost your money without realising it but it was very addictive you can never stop till you get the prizes especially with all those cute fluffy plushies. Believe me you yourself know you will lose your money but you will still play it till the end anyway. xDD

There are lots of things to talk about Japan, I will post more at another post and this post is already long. Just imagine if you meet me in real life, I will talk nonstop. xD

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