Friday after class, Kenny wanted to get fake food sculpture from Kappabashi Street somewhere near Ueno and Asakusa. See their balcony, is made of cups!
Very interesting place, they sell everything any restaurants would need: Chinese, Western, Japanese...
They have all kinds of food, Ramen, Sushi, Fish and chips.. except they are all not real. They looked so real that it triggers your drooling systems, problem is the whole street sell fake stuff only.
Also paid a visit to Asakusa. Famous tourist place for the Sensoji Temple, Asakusa Jinja and all sorts of typical Japanese souveniers.
They came 'Asean Festival' in my room. Well, except burning my pot, almost activate my smoke detector, trying to break a fish into half, microwave's functions discovery, everything went pretty well! ( As in all the food are cooked!) and we are still alive!
Kim Ean says it looks like the soft toy dog she once had where my littlest sis apply sharp-red-colour lipstick and layers of foundation + mascara on it.
So cute, Beh tahan!! It was so well trained, tame, human friendly, no lunatic barking. The only problem we had was communication breakdown, the dog doesnt seem to understand our Japanese. We tried speaking English, French, Italian, Mandarin, even Hokkien.... The dog just have no response.
One thing for sure, having a dog surely can woo Jap gurls easily in Japan. You will have a lot of on looker attentions when walking a dog. Especially since we are having such a cute one!