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Choco Ring : )


 In Japanese, we often say choco when we talk about  ”chocolate”.
This piece of bread called “Tenshi-no choco ring”.
It’s very famous and popular in Japan!! You can get it in Ginza if you want to try it. 
 One third of Choco Ring

But sometimes, there is a line so you should go when you have time. “Tenshi” means “Angel” in Japanese. When I heard the name of it I thought it must be tasty!! It’s more like a pie texture and cracked walnuts in it. It’s very sweet but not too much and I loved it. It’s quite big so I shared one with my friends.

 There are more kinds of danishs. I really wanted get all of kinds because those look beautiful and smell good but i had to be patient with it.

plenty of chocolate ; )

今人気の”天使のチョコリング”を買いました:)銀座にあるお店に行きました。お店は運良く並ばずに入ることができました。 早速いただきましたが、パンというよりはパイの様な食感で中にチョコだけでなく、砕いた胡桃も入っています。甘すぎず、とっても美味しかったです。


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Blythe: Love&More


I have heard of this super popular ball-joint doll “Blythe” for quite several years and thought that it is just the toy of those rich people. One simple doll would cost 13,000 Yen ++ I vowed to myself that I would never got something like that to waste my money….However, today, I finally had one, but this Blythe’s doll is not for me but for my mother whom has been diagnosed with “Osteoporosis”. Since she can not do those chore she used to and can not go out as oftens as she wants. One day, I called her and she said she wants to have this doll, then I think a cute playful doll can help her get busy and also become her little friend, so, I started to do research about this doll seriously and slowly fall in love with the character and specialty for example, I can do make up, change hair color, eyes color and clothes etc. Each Blythe doll collection’s produced in a limited amount by Takara and CWC. Next month, I will also get Blythe doll for myself in order to be able to spend time with my mother and play with her. I am very excited to bring this doll back to Thailand as a special Mother’s Day present for her.

If you like to know more about Blythe, you can visit Junie Moon website or visit the store in Daikanyama or Shinjuku Marui One.


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Les Ballets Trockadero de Monte Carlo!


I went to see the Ballet on this Monday and it was final performance day in this time for “Trockadero de Monte Carlo”.

Les Ballets Trockadero de Monte Carlo is an all-male ballet corps which parodies the conventions and clichés of romantic and classical ballet.

The dancers portray both male and female roles in a humorous style.
I have never played ballet but I could know therir wonderful performaer technical skills.

Also they combined parodies of ballet  and comedy so I could not get bored ;p

Please check their web page… you must be surprise their figure because they do not shave chest hair so I recognize they are male!

I received a big impact from them …of course, got  impression too!
I want to see their ballet next Japan tour :)




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Camp Curry: Yoyogi


This Summer is all about something “Hot & Spicy” I am talking about curry, the cuisine that Japanese has adapted from India curry. Normally, Home-Cook curry is easy and contained only few kind of vegetables, like carrot, onion and potato. Today, I want to introduce you to healthy curry with plenty of various kind of vegetables, Camp Curry.
I knew this place from TV show and really wanted to go. So, last week, I finally had a chance, I took Jr. Yamanote Line to Yoyogi Station, got off at North exit, then on the left hand side, there’s small street, just keep walking, after crossing the train track, walked a bit more then Camp Curry is located on the right handside on ground floor, it’s next to Coco Ichibanya Curry restaurant.

The most famous curry is “One Day Vegies Curry” 990 yen, however, I chose “Nasu Buta Curry” 890 yen, curry with pork, eggplant, onion and green pepper. All dishes are cooked on the order basis. The hot healthy and delicious curry is guaranteed by the long waiting line during lunch hour.


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Kyu-Iwasaki Tei Garden and Shinobazu Pond Ueno


Rainny Season has gone and here come hot and humid shinny Summer!!!…This week’s weather is so perfect for a walk, so I went to see Kyu Iwasaki Tei, an old western style resident of the Mitsubishi Group’s founder Mr. Iwasaki. This resident was built since Meiji period, designed by a foreign architect.
The significant thing of this resident is the western building is perfectly connected to Japanese style resident. Nearby it’s an old Gothic style billiard facility.
Currently, this resident is belonged to Tokyo Metropolitan and opened to public, the entrance fee is 400 yen. There’s Japanese sweet and green tea cafe for relaxing at Japanese resident.
Afterthat, I walked to Ueno Station, on the way, I passed Shinobazu pond which in Winner and Spring, there were only died lotus and water plants, now it’s full of green lotus’s leaves and lotus flowers….I enjoyed watching the movement of lotus that flowed as the wind blew….it’s so peaceful…
Let’s find the park that suit your interest and enjoy the beauty of greenspace in town….:)
For more information about Tokyo’s Parks, please go to
อากาศสดใสหลังจากฤดูฝนได้ผ่านไปทำให้ใครต่อใครก็ออกเดินทางไปไหนต่อไหน ส่วนฉันก็คิดว่าจะไปเดินเล่นแต่ถ้าเป็นสวนอุเนโนะก็เดินซะทั่วแล้ว คราวนึ้จึงแวะไปเที่ยวที่บ้านสวนอิวาซากิซึ่งก็อยู่เลยบ่อบัวชิโนบาซุไปเล็กน้อย ค่าเข้าชมก็สี่ร้อยเย็น บ้านหรือควรจะเรียกว่าคฤหาสของผู้ก่อตั้งบริษัทมิตตซุบิชิ สร้างขึ้นมาตั้งแต่สมัยเมจิราวๆเกือบร้อยกว่าปีมาแล้ว เป็นบ้านแบบตะวันตกหลังแรกๆที่สร้างขึ้นทางฝั่งตะวันออกของกรุงโตเกียว ปัจจุบันเปิดให้เข้าชม ความโดดเด่นของบ้านนี้คือการเชื่อมต่อบ้านแบบตะวันออกและตะวันตกเข้าด้วยกัน และภายในมีวอลเปเปอร์ลายนูนปิดทองที่สวยงามและสมบูรณ์มากให้ศึกษา นอกจากนี้ยังมีบริเวณสวนเล็กสำหรับทานขนม ชาเขียวที่จัดให้บริการในราคาเบาๆ
นอกจากโตเกียวจะมีความทันสมัยแล้ว ในอีกมุมนึงนั้นก็ยังมีผู้ที่รักษาความสวยงามของสถาปัตยกรรมเก่าแก่ที่ควรค่าแก่การคงไว้เป็นมรดกของประเทศอีกด้วย

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