I was walking around Takeshita Street late at night. At the end of the road, I continued walking past some bars and found an underground ice cream place.
I was happy to find this place while walking around DiverCity Tokyo Plaza.
While walking next to Meguro River (目黒川), snapping photos of the cherry blossoms, I found an area with street vendors.
While watching the cherry blossoms in Ueno Park I found this little booth selling the cutest sakura flavored ice cream!
Naturally if you’re a Gundam fanatic, you wouldn’t want to miss one of the most epic part of being in Japan, the Unicorn Gundam!
While I couldn’t go to the Ghibli Museum because it’s quite expensive and you have to make reservation months in advance, I made my way to Shiro-Hige’s Cream Puff Factory to try the famous Totoro shaped cream puffs.
I only saw the rainbow grilled cheese once a couple years ago online and ever since I really wanted to try it.
I found this Kit Kat in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia at Cold Storage grocery in Sunway Putra Mall.
At the Sentral Train Station in Kuala Lumpur, there’s a McDonald’s that sells vanilla cones with 4 special dips.
During my travels, I’ve found that different countries have different Kit Kat flavors and not just Japan.
Like all things tiny and kawaii? At House of Mini in Kuala Lumpur, they have the tiniest cutesy mini cupcakes I have ever seen in my life!
While I couldn’t capture beautiful photos at Hong Kong’s Flower Market, I was lucky enough to stroll by the goldfish market and get some awesome snapshots!