Angelica Yang

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Angelica Yang

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Manila
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Università di origine:
UPD

Attività di Angelica

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    Getting to Minatomirai (Yokohama) from Tokyo

    My good friend told me that a trip to Tokyo wouldn't be complete without going on a day-trip to a different place, like Mt. Fuji, Hakone village or Yokohama.  I was supposed to visit  Mt. Fuji and Hakone village. I was already eyeing an amazing Klook deal which...

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    Famichiki Chicken Food Review

    While reading my cousin Kim’s Osaka-Tokyo itinerary, I saw that she included “Famichiki” in her must-try food checklist. I researched more about what it was; it is actually FamilyMart’s special chicken fillet. My friends who frequently visited Japan told me that...

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    Exploring Akihabara Electric Town

    Anime has shaped a significant part of my life. My introduction to Japanese culture started with my interest in manga- when I begged my mom to order the Kitchen Princess manga series on Amazon, because my friends kept talking about it.  I was so excited to read my...

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    Sensoji temple and other detours

    Sensoji Temple is very popular among tourists and first-time Tokyo travellers, because it is the oldest temple in Tokyo- which makes it a cultural and historical treasure. I saw some pictures of the temple online, and they were vividly stunning and jaw-dropping. Imagine...

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    Gift Shop Finds at the Tokyo National Museum of Science and Nature

    The souvenirs at this science museum's gift shop were too cute and adorable to leave behind. Of course, I couldn't buy everything because I would run out of money for the day. It took me a while to circle around the shop and choose what I wanted to get.  Here are some...

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    Geeking out at the Tokyo National Museum of Science and Nature

    Whenever I go abroad, I always make it a point to visit the top Science museums or Science centres in the area. These interactive and educational exhibits always make my heart flutter. There is something magical about learning new things in an environment conducive to...

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    Shibuya Crossing

    Beyond a shadow of a doubt, Shibuya Crossing is one of the busiest pedestrian intersections in the world. Watching the throng of people make their way from one end to another is amazing, especially when you're seeing it from the second floor of Starbucks at Q Front...

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    Paying homage to Hachiko

    Even though I had already paid homage to the Hachiko during my family trip to Osaka in 2017, I still wanted to visit the iconic Akita's statue in Shibuya. As a dog lover, I was moved by the story of Hachiko, the loyal dog who always waited for his master Dr Ueno at the...

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    Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden

    The Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden is a popular attraction among locals and tourists.  According to Japan Guide, it is very accessible from Shinjuku station, and it features three gardens- the English landscape garden, French garden and Japanese landscape garden.  As...

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    Kabuki-themed merchandise in Ginza

    As I entered the Ginza station from the Kabukiza Ginza Theater exit, I saw many stalls selling Kabuki-themed merchandise. I was really happy that I found this place. Because I was a single act ticket holder, I wasn't able to access the Kabukiza Ginza shops where people...

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    Affordable lunch at Ginza

    You would expect Ginza, one of the most expensive districts in Tokyo, to be the last place for cheap and affordable meals. But a restaurant located just beside the Kabukiza Ginza, proved me wrong. The name of this humble restuarant is Kabukizamae Fuji Soba, a casual...

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    Watching a Kabuki Show in Tokyo

    I learned about the art of the Kabuki- an integral part in Japanese culture- during my Grade 7 Civics (History) class. Our teacher, who was a huge fan of theater, showed us some black and white clips of Kabuki performers, and I was hooked.  From the storyline to...

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    Akabane Food District

    After visiting Tokyo DisneySea, I travelled to Sugamo Station to meet up with our family friend, Naoto. The last time I saw him was in 2015 when he introduced my family and I to the LGBTQIA+ community at the Akta Community Center in Shinjuku. I was so excited to see him...

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    My Tokyo DisneySea Experience

    Tokyo DisneySea is very unique to Japan. In fact, it is the only amusement park of its calibre in the entire world. It takes inspiration from Disney characters, and it takes marine-themed entertainment to a whole new level. As an amusement park enthusiast, I knew I had...

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    Ichiran Ramen (Shinjuku) Food Review

    When I told my friend that I've never eaten at Ichiran Ramen during my previous trips in Japan, she was shocked. She told me that the popular Japanese noodle chain served one of the best, if not the best, ramen in the world. I was very curious to test that claim. I...

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    Ten Things to do in the Netherlands (Part 2)

    There are just so many things to do in the Netherlands; you can't fit them all in one week. Here's the second part of the ten activities we did during our stay there!  6. Stand over a Dike Since Amsterdam is a flood-prone country, water is the locals’ greatest foe....

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    Ten Things to do in the Netherlands (Part 1)

    You may have seen a glimpse of Amsterdam through the eyes of Augustus and Hazel in John Green’s The Fault in Our Stars. Known for its pristine canals, A-frame brick houses, and caramel stroopwafels (waffles), this bustling city sees about two hundred tourists every...

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    Yoshinoya (Narita Airport) Food Review

    When I arrived in Narita airport, it was past lunchtime and my stomach was rumbling. After claiming my check-in luggage, I decided to grab some lunch at the airport. It took me quite some time to compare the prices of the restaurants in Narita airport, since I wanted to...

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    Getting to Tokyo from Narita Airport

    The city of Tokyo is quite far from Japan's international airport, like how Seoul is not exactly walking distance from Incheon Airport in Korea. According to Google Maps, Tokyo is 71.2 km from Narita Airport. You definitely can't walk or run that far in a day! While...

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    Preparing for my Trip to Tokyo

    On the night before I flew to Tokyo, Japan for my first solo travelling experience, I barely slept a wink! I think I only had 30 minutes of sleep, because I was so excited to visit a place close to my heart. I've been to Japan four times with my family, and I swear I...

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