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Japan Photo Diary | Part II

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Okay so apologies for posting part two so late! I’ve been so preoccupied with uni assignments and work that fitting this in to my schedule was a bit of a struggle. But alas! It’s Friday¬†night and I thought I’d give myself a break from all the chaos during the week. So here is part two from my Japan trip. We ate so much food, I’m not even kidding. But it was so worth it. Here, I’ve shared with you moments mostly from Osaka…

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I still can’t believe how I finished this 20cm soft serve! Tasted soooo good though. I think the was called Daily Choco, located in Osaka.

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Universal Studios is a must, however if you’re going during peak season, waiting for roller coaster rides was the worst, especially when it’s 32 degrees and the wait period is two hours long.

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Went a bit crazy on the buns at Universal Studios haha…

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Hokkaido milk soft serve! Can’t miss this if you ever go!

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Tried a popular ramen place in Tokyo station on our last day called Rokurincha. Waiting period was around 40-45 minutes.

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Some of the goods I bought when I was there :) Their stationery is to die for.

Overall, I had a really great trip and created amazing memories with dear friends. I would definitely want to go back some day and visit places I didn’t get to go during this trip and see the more cultural side of Japan rather than just eating and shopping :)

I’ll also be heading over to Hong Kong and Malaysia in a few months to meet Jenny’s daughter! So keep you eyes peeled for travel photos then :)

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