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JAPAN | The Old and the New at Toranomon’s Konpira Shrine by Lakad Pilipinas on Apr 15, 2013One of the things I really like about Tokyo is their appreciation of history. You’d think that since the city’s real estate is highly valued, they’d tear down every old useless structure they have and supplant it with glitzy office buildings. W...



Government of Japan assistance sustains WFP Typhoon Pablo Operations by LionhearTV on Apr 15, 2013As the Philippine Government scales up its early recovery efforts for communities affected by Typhoon Pablo (international name “Bopha”), support from the Government of Japan – through the United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) – will help...



Natives Reunite by Jenne Chrisville on Apr 15, 2013A few weeks ago, I was able to reunite with my beautiful friends Niki and Satoko aka my “native” friends in the very posh Ginza. We call ourselves “The Natives” as a form of ridicule to the current situation in Japan where mos...



Ikkoryu Fukuoka Ramen by Glitteringly Yours, Kim Nieves on Apr 14, 2013With a very little number of stores fully operational, the newly-built East Wing of Shangri-la Plaza Mall seems to be like an isolated world… but it doesn’t mean Ikkoryu Fukuoka Ramen has no visitors at all. In fact, the restaurant has be...



Tokyo Disney Sea <3 by Sherry's Blog on Apr 14, 2013These colorful flowers were everywhere! Love it <3  With Pluto :) His pose is too cute! Can somebody tell me who this character is? It seems to be popular there. Sorry for being clueless :(  Tokyo Disney Sea is one jam-packed place! I don&...



JAPAN | Of Geishas and Kaisekis by Lakad Pilipinas on Apr 14, 2013Face immaculately white, hair tied in traditional Japanese fashion and garbed in beautifully colored kimonos; the geishas gracefully entered Sakura Jaya’s Kasuga room. A sweet smile formed on her shockingly red lips and dimples punctuated her doll-...



Big in Japan: Drugstore Finds, Part I by on Apr 13, 2013One of my favorite places to look for makeup in Japan was your regular ol’ Japanese drugstore. Before leaving, I made a list of things to check out at the drugstore. After a few trips here and there, I’ve found some of my favorite ones (s...



Banana Fiber from Sto. Tomas: Export hit to Japan. by Hello from Davao. on Apr 13, 2013The aftermath of Typhoon Pablo last December 2012, has greatly affected the area to a point of zero production. Yet, latest development in the banana industry have brought another high yielding income source for banana growers in Sto. Tomas, Davao de...



Part II: Convenience Store Food Spree Japan by Everyday Sunday on Apr 12, 2013After posting general items we found unique within convenience stores in Japan, here are some of the things we actually tried:I. Yamazaki Sandwiches (yamazakijapan.co.jp)These sandwiches made our days easier and more colourful, since opening each of...



N. Korea warns Japan vs. hostile stance by DURIAN POST on Apr 12, 2013SEOUL — North Korea warned Japan Friday that Tokyo would be the first target in the event of a war on the Korean Peninsula if it continues to maintain its hostile posture. In a commentary carried by the Korean Central News Agency (KCNA), the co...