The moment we stepped out of our ferry, we were greeted by Kumamoto’s most famous person: Kumamon. He is literaly everywhere. No kidding. Everywhere. In shops, in hotels, in train stations… But you know what? It’s not annoying at all! Because he’s sooo damn cute!
Hey guys! It’s almost May, so for everyone out there like me struggling to stay organized I’ve created this little iPhone wallpaper that’s also a calendar for this month.
It starts from Monday, because honestly I just can’t wrap my head around a week that starts from Sunday… sorry, my week ends on Sunday, not starts. ;D
Anyway, if you’re interested, you can grab the calendar HERE.
A few hours away on a bus took us to a mysterious area called Unzen. Actually, Unzen is the name of a vulcano, which, as I found out later, is still active and making the whole surrounding area potentially dangerous.
Have you ever heard of Jiu-jitsu or jujutsu? Wanna know more? This video is for you! (^__^)
Morinaga, one of the oldest confectionery companies in Japan, showed up yesterday at our company with some big sale giving anyone a chance to buy some sweet (and not only) stuff for a substantially lower price. And even though I’m normally not so into sweets, I couldn’t resist grabbing a bag of goodies from them.
For a mere price of 1,000 yen you receive this baby:
Wanna see what’s inside?