I enjoy the cover picture with this particular post. Nice right.
When I think of Japan, I do believe mad crazy colorful stuff with hiragana (Japanese characters) splattered around us all. I think that’s what makes Japanese fashion magazine so fun to read – the characters are just there for decoration and you really focus on the apparel, accessories, makeup, and so forth Taiwanese magazines follow that style rather closely, but I can read Chinese i really end up hanging out trying to read the traditional Chinese characters and that takes away half the fun. Lol.
Okinawa was advertised as ‘Hawaii of the East’ by the air station that I stay tuned to and joined the tour group, thus the tropical feel. You’ll be able to read about my awesome Okinawa trip here!
Did you manage to spot these in the first picture? You’re really sharp if you did! *clap clap whistle whistle
They’re the shisa lions and they also can be seen on rooftops and entrances of buildings and also, almost everywhere in Okinawa. Used to reduce the chances of evil and keep good spirits, these traditional Ryukyuan decoration resemble a cross between a lion and a dog. They come in pairs and their gender is disputable. You actually can see them everywhere as they’re from Okinawan mythology. Some look very fierce, while some look as cute as anime.
It was exceptional wimpernserum to offer each of us a pair!
Here’s what I purchased at the SAN-A Naha Main Place Shopping Mall! It’s a pity I don’t have pictures to show you guys of the place and all the endless counters and shelves of products. The makeup arena is not too big, maybe….. regarding the size of Ngee Ann City Watsons? But I managed to stay there just for two hours while the Boyfriend patiently waited.
He kept following me around and refused to go sit down for the first hour because that he said he was afraid I would get kidnapped. Lol! His legs finally gave way and he visited sit down. I made sure to state hi occasionally.