Japan Part I | Pink Wings
We just got back from our Japan/Korea trip yesterday. Super jet-lagged, ugh. And kinda dirty, ha.We chose exactly one leg of the trip to fly business and I'm so glad it was the last leg...I can't even explain how tired I was! It's really good to be home with my fur-babies and get back into a routine. I do miss my beloved Asia, though, and I plan on reminiscing through my blog posts over the next couple of weeks. Here is part 1 of Japan:

What can I say, I just love this pic...^^
Temple in Asakusa, Tokyo

Dragon fountains

With the nice mochi lady

We have a gyoza obsession

Custard cakes

The one place I most wanted to go: Hidemi Sugino's patisserie. We just got one cake because we'd already had too many, but it was everything I'd hoped it would be <3

Pagoda at the same temple, and the keychain store lady ^^


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18 comments

  1. Gorgeous pictures!! Can't wait to see more of your trip!

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  2. love the Japan pics, need to see more! x

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  3. Could your pictures be any more beautiful! It looks like you guys had an incredible time. I can't wait to hear more about it!

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  4. You look amazing and these images are gorgeous :)

    — Michelle | MXP STYLE

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  5. Love your pics and the treats look delicious! Can't wait to see the rest of your trip :)

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    1. Oh, they were very delicious ^^ thank you!

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  6. Oh my goodness. I have serious food envy. I'm literally salivating looking at some of these pictures (gyoza and custard cakes). Japan is my top destination for food. I actually worked there for a few months as an motor design engineer at Kawasaki heavy industries; I was miserable because it was a rural area, my job was mildly depressing (people were nice but you had to do the same routine exercises each morning together and they would turn off the lights so you stopped working during lunch), and I didn't speak the language well enough... but the food was so good that it alone kept my will to live.

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    1. Lol that sounds terrible! Nothing like food to get you through! That's too bad the job was in a rural area, have you gone just for vacation?

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  7. Beautiful Pictures!! I am so jelly, the good kind! Everything looks awesome and can't wait to see more pictures!

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    1. Haha thanks! I'll try to post more pics without flooding the blog. It really was a great trip

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  8. That first photo is super adorable! Also, great travel hair. I can never get mine to look quite so good when I'm on the road.

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    1. Lol please. These pictures were mostly early in the morning before the humidity caught up to my hair ^^

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  9. Hi Gina! Thank you for stopping by my blog earlier. And by the way, I can't believe you just got back from Korea/Japan... we are in the midst of planning our own Korea/Japan trip next month! I'm getting more excited looking at your pics, I can't wait!!

    www.misshappybelly.com

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    1. So awesome! We had lots of fun, and it's so nice to travel without worrying about language barriers. Have so much fun!

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