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What i bought in Japan02:32:00
Done with the videos and pictures , and now, it's time to post what i bought when i was in Japan! Actually i didn't buy many stuff ...
Done with the videos and pictures , and now, it's time to post what i bought when i was in Japan! Actually i didn't buy many stuff in Japan, some of them are more expensive than Hong Kong, so i thought i 'd get cheaper if i bought that products in Hong Kong. Basically, i bought stuff that Hong Kong doesn't have such as these two ankle socks. They are definitely cute! i bought them at Harajuku (there were many small stores along the streets). and it's only HKD$20-ish for each! i wanted to buy all of them but..(seriously?) hahaha Oh! i also bought HOMEI nail polish, which is super kawaii (means cute in japanese) i couldn't find this kinda nail polish in Hong Kong, well, there is, but i just don't like their colors. But this one, i really love it! (sorry i didn't take a close-up picture for the nail polish)
Yumm! of course, japanese snacks! i didn't have time to go to japanese stores in Japan, but luckily, i found one at the airport in Japan! (i forgot the name) i just grabbed everything that has green tea flavor (since i love green tea) and i heard that Tokyo Banana (banana cake) is quite popular and it's so yumma!
"Nice decoration for my room!" "hmm looks so cute, but can i eat them?" Yep, another cute japanese snack is Sushi Candy. super cute. looks like real sushi but it's not! it's a candy! Many people, including my friends, think that this candy is a room decoration that cannot be eaten. but you can eat them!! i bought this at Asakusa while we were walking to Senso-Ji Temple. it was about HKD$50.