Saturday, April 11, 2009

It's cherry blossom season

Delightful fondant engagement hantaran cupcakes.
A gift from Tasha to her sister in law -Sha.
Thanks Tasha!

Cherry blossom themed, pink and white with quilt rolled fondant.

Talking about Cherry Blossom, reminds me of my trip to Japan - May 2008. Didn't manage to see the full bloom of cherry blossom, only experienced the end part of the season.Tiny bits cherry blossom here and there.The people, many people, interesting people, fast moving, businessman in black suit, fun people, courteous people, kinky stuff, pachinko, 100 yen shop and love the cosplay costumes.
Me wore Yukata (casual form of kimono
), walked outside, to the public baths, and even to dinner and breakfast.

Glorious food! Healthy food, less oil less fat.
Actually I never like sashimi, but over there I really really enjoyed it.
Experienced Tokyo Bay Yakatabune Dinner Cruise.

Modern, avant-garde & traditional architecture.
Oiso, Asakusa, Yokohama, Shinjuku, Ginza, Tokyo Disneyland Maihama, Shinagawa, Gotemba, Hakone, Lake Kawaguchi, Chiba.
Very clean, well organized, safest place to travel!

Vending machines, onsen (hot spring), Prince Hotel Oiso (long beach), Meridien Grand Pacific Hotel, Fuji Hotel, Rainbow Bridge, high tech toilets, Shinkansen,JR, Tokyo Bay, China Town, Aquacity, Decks Tokyo Beach, Lake Ashi Hakone Pirate Ship Cruise.

Fuji-san, so magnificient, took my breath away!
Mount Fuji straddles the boundary of Shizuka & Yamanashi prefectures, west of Tokyo.

Ohhh...Japan has their own Statue of Liberty (Odaiba), overlooking the Rainbow Bridge, only a few minutes walk from Meridien Grand Pacific Hotel.

Mamma Me'A is just a click away!

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