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Total Beautifying Day

I went to spa for facial, body and hair.

I had a head massage as birthday of the month special.

It’s nice and I might ask it again.

There was a surprise.

A beautician must have heard of my stomach making noise.

She brought me some sandwich as birthday of the month girl special.

So sweet of her.

I’m going there to beautify myself; simultaneously meeting my friends for chit chatting.

In the afternoon, I went to gym.

Instead of stretching or exercising, my trainer massage me to balance my body.

According to him, my body is overworked.

True enough, I fell sleep while he was massaging me.

Thanks to him, I’ve gained some energy.

In the evening, I met up with Dad.

We visited Hokusai Updated to admire Hokusai’s Ukiyoe (woodblock paints) at Mori Arts Center Gallery, Roppongi Hills Tower 52F.

I like his Mt. Fuji series.

I had luxury of standing in front of Red Fuji and Big Wave to admire quietly.

There are many foreigners from different countries.

It indicates his arts are also popular among foreigners.

The museum is located on 52 Floor; therefore, the view from the floor is breathtaking.

It’s very scenic.

I didn’t have time to visit the observatory area; perhaps, next time.

I beautify completely — face, body, hair and heart — today.

Satisfactory day… fufufu


Currently living in Tokyo. I would love to share feelings, food, places and things that I do!!

8 thoughts on “Total Beautifying Day

  1. Hokusai is extremely famous in Europe. There was a huge exhibition of his work in Paris a few years ago.


      1. Arigatogozaimasu! Yes, that’s the same Grande Wave that I admired yesterday! The series of 36 Views of Mt. Fuji is awesome! Don’t you think? Thank your for sharing!

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      2. I was in Paris then and wanted to see the exhibition but the queue was so long to go in, so I went to see another show about the drawings of theStudio Ghibli. I was not disappointed! Have a good day 😘


      3. I had to wait for 30 mins to enter the museum. Nonetheless, I was lucky that I managed to enter and admired all his pieces. Wow, Ghibli is in a way another great artist! Is he popular in Europe? Wow wow wow. Another discovery!


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