November 10, 2011

I'm currently addicted to anything about Japan. So about two months ago there was a Japan Festival held by Japan community and Japan embassy in Monas area. I got a free ticket from my office mate and decided to see the closing ceremony and to have a japanese meal. Also bring my camera to catch the night view of monas, some japanese food and the event. There is so many people was talking in japanese when i was looking for a meal, i feel in Tokyo at that moment. The best things that I can see clearly how they cook those artisy foods.

//TAKOYAKI//
very famous dish from Japan, they named it "takoyaki" because they use octopus or "Tako" in japanase inside the ball.
//TAIYAKI//
we can see this cake almost in every single Japanese comic or cartoons, it's a cake that has a fish shape. They also put a paste on it, it could be cheese, chocolate or red paste bean as seen on the second and third pictures.
//OKONOMIYAKI//
or we can call it as Japanese pizza. They put some eegs mixed with a water as the peel and put a lots of cabbage, scallions, meat or octopus as the toppings.

Uh writting those things make me hungry and eager to buy some of them for tomorrow's lunch. Anyway I dislike the weather lately because sometimes the sun too hot and suddenly the rain is coming without any warning just like what happen this afternoon. I washed my hair this morning and because the rain was falling about a few minutes so i must wash my hair again because i don't want to get a flu by the next day. It seems a jacket, a cape or a trench coat is my new best friend for this month. Since I never post a picture about my normal office attire so, here they are. Gonna go to watch Gossip Girl season 5, ciao..
Lime green shirt from local store//Khaki trousers by zara//Khaki  trench coat by tomboy
Random accessories//yellow square bag from Bangkok//white canvas shoes by rubi

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5 sveet comments

  1. Annabel says:

    wow i would love to go!

    pepperandchips.blogspot.com

  2. i've ever lived there for one year (2003-2004), and for sure, Japan can maintain both traditional/culture and modern/technology things very well.
    Just in case you're interested, pls check this out: http://jimat-unj.blogspot.com/ , they will held a kind of japanese festival next 19-20 Nov at UNJ :).

  3. Joey says:

    Hmmm I'm slightly confused with your commenting system. I thought I typed it out, but when I click Enter, it brought me to another commenting page and I had to type everything again...maybe it's just my browser :)

    Anywayz, I was saying I would have loved to go to this event. I love Japanese festivals and food. I love takoyaki and okonomiyaki, but too bad I can't find it here, Can't wait to go back to Asia to have loads hehe

  4. oh, that famous fish shape cake!!! :D
    i love your outfit, nice coat and yellow big bag ;)

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