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Japan Trip 2014: 22 May – 1 Jun 2014

After months of planning, we finally embark on our 2014 Japan Trip. This is the first time my mum n bro set foot on Japan soil. Considering both aren’t avid travellers, I have been warned to go on a slower pace n a less tiring itinerary instead my usual fast paced, see, do n eat as much as possible trip.

Here is a summary of the places we had covered during this trip with links to the little things we did on each day:

22 May 2014 – Day 0: Singapore Changi Airport to Osaka Kansai Airport (transit at Kuala Lumpur)

23 May 2014 – Day 1: Osaka Kansai Airport and Kyoto

24 May 2014 – Day2: Arashiyama and Fushimi Inari

25 May 2014 – Day 3: Local Day Tour 1: Kyoto and Nara Day Trip by Japanican (pending update)

26 May 2014 – Day 4: Kyoto to Osaka (pending update)

27 May 2014 – Day 5: Shiga Ryuo Mitsui Outlet Mall (pending update)

28 May 2014 – Day 6: Local Day Tour 2: Early Summer Mystery Tour by Yokoso Japan (pending update)

29 May 2014 – Day 7: The Momofuku Ando Instant Ramen Museum (pending update)

30 May 2014 – Day 8: Kobe-Sando Outlet Mall (pending update)

31 May 2014 – Day 9: Osaka City Tour using Amazing Osaka 1 Day Pass (pending update)

1 Jun 2014 – Day 10: Osaka Kansai Airport to Singapore Changi Airport (transit at Kuala Lumpur) (pending update)

Overall, this was an awesome trip. I hope to go back Japan soon.


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Kyoto Golden Pavilion Gold Flakes Matcha

Some 5 yrs back during my first Kyoto Trip, i happened to chance upon this awesome gold flakes matcha from one of the stall at the Golden Pavilion Temple.


So during my recent trip I lugged back 5 pcks of these for my friends n I (if only I have more luggage space).

These matcha are in powder form and cost 1080 yen (abt Sgd $13.50) per pk.


Its easy to brew using either hot, warm or cold water.  The tea is kind of sweeter than normal but it is perfect for  me.

I tried brewing using hot water n it taste awesome.


I also made matcha latte with some Meiji milk. It kind of dilute the sweetness quite abit



whichever why …I am so glad I can enjoy my lovely mini Japan Hours in my little Singapore home.

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