This whole week is such my tough week because I have to work at night shift.
From evening till morning, when I have a break, I just take a walk around the office taking photos and that’s to get tiring gone
My contract job in Japan will be end by this month and I’ve already planned for 2 week traveling around Japan.
Bad thing is this time I couldn’t see fall and winter time that I really love here …
It’s just the matter of time … Of course I will come back here again some days
4 December 2010
Woke up in early morning and directed to Tsukiji fish market on Hibiya line.
Here is the biggest fish market in Tokyo that you can see Tuna auction, fresh from the sea, lively people and of course … Sushi !!!
At that time had no fish auction so I could just walk around and wait for the sushi time come
25 August 2012
This festival is held annually on last Saturday and Sunday of August at Koenji Station, Tokyo that considered 1 in 3 biggest Tokyo festival. It’s the second biggest Odori in Japan as well (the first one is in Tokushima).
This festival is related to Obon that is about ”Festival of the Dead”. Japanese come to celebrate their ancients by dancing. (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Awa_Dance_Festival)
I joined this festival on last Saturday people and a bunch of dancing groups look very beautiful, colorful and enjoyable
1 May 2012
I’ve got a long holiday in Golden week period then it was a time to go Disneyland again.
Easter Wonderland was the main theme at that time and I’d been back here for the third time already and every time here is still my favourite. Someday I will post the second time I was here in 2010
Disneyland never make you sad. It’s the land with happiness and dream come true for everyone.
Colorful parade and easter decoration are still attached in my eyes. Now I’m thinking about when I will be back there again
I do love Disneyland
4 August 2012
I’ve been to one of the biggest Hanabi in Kanto area which is in Edogawa-ku, Tokyo.
Last week (28 July), also have one performed in Asakusa along Sumida river but I have no chance to join
People who went to see Hanabi fireworks is about the same amount as at Asakusa that’s almost million (from 2010 info).
How lucky I am. Just walk till the place I want to put my tripod but no space on the top of the hill then the Japanese family just come in and ask me whether I need space or not … WoW!!! very thanks to them
14,000 fireworks have been shot in 1 hour and I can judge that the smiling faces are all over the area.:D
Nice place because no view blocking from the buildings like in Asakusa even the fireworks are about 5000 shots lesser.
Fireworks in the summer are firing the happiness upon to the sky for everyone