Posted in Daily Life, Exercise, Feelings, Gadget

Steam Iron

I’m sweating as if I were in a sauna.

I could say that I’m in a steam sauna. 

As I mentioned earlier, I like to hand wash my clothes at home. 

After washing them, I need to iron them. 

I bought a steam iron. 

I’m glad that I bought this because it enables me to wash most of my clothes at home, instead of sending them out to a laundry shop.


I can save money, but it requires sweat, especially at summer. 
I made a good move to iron before taking a bath. 

Wow, I feel like I’ve done a good exercise. 

I’m ready to take a bath!

Posted in Daily Life, Family, Feelings, Food, Japanese Culture, Tokyo

Seasonal Tradition: Sumida River Fireworks

Mom visited me and she brought her homemade cooking.

We had a late lunch together and opened a bottle of Moët.

 Ummmmm, it was nice. 
After lunch, we took a nap. hahaha 

We woke up at 7 pm; it was already dark.  Ahhhh

On every 4th Saturday of July, about 20,000 fireworks go up on Sumida River. 

I went to Sumida River to watch it few times. 

I enjoyed watching it from the bottom of fireworks and listened to the sound.  

Today, we watched it on TV.  hahaha


We call out old fireworks’ business name when fireworks go up. 

Tamayaaaaaa 

This is seasonal, too. 

Posted in Feelings, Food, Japanese Culture, Japanese Food

Onigiri (Japanese Traditional Rice Ball)

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The other day, I introduced an innovative Danish product.

Today, I would like to introduce a Japanese innovative packaging.

Onigirri, a rice ball, is Japanese traditional food.

It fs very handy to eat at anytime, as a breakfast, lunch, snack, dinner and even late night snack.

First, pull down a strap.

Second, pull a wrap sideways.

Third, pull another side of wrap sideways.

Seaweed is sandwiched by layers of plastic wraps; therefore seaweed is nice and crispy till you open it.

And I won’t dirty my hand!!

It comes in many flavors: salmon, tarako (fish roe), tuna mayonnaise, sour plum, etc.

You can find it at any convenience stores.

Please try it one day!

Posted in Feelings, Food, Friends, Tokyo

Malaysian Day!

A nice family invited me for lunch, home made Malaysian food. 


I had Sarawakian Laksa (noodle), beef, chicken, tomato rice and nice Sarawakian layered cakes, cookies and fruit. 

It was delicious and we enjoyed our conversation while eating. 

Tonight, I was invited for dinner at the Manhattan Fish Market at Ikebukuro. 

I haven’t met them for two years and I was excited to see them again!

Food is American style fried seafood, but this restaurant is Malaysian franchise restaurant.
 

It was interestingly a Malaysian Day!! 

At last, I met Ultraman! hahaha