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Having More Fun at CHANEL

I went to clinic and was informed I’m having a flue not influenza.

I received medicines.

I started feeling better; therefore, I went to Takashimaya Nihonbashi Main Store to collect reserved cosmetics: Spring Summer 2020 Collection which I need to collect them by 9 January 2020.

I also asked beautician to try new colour on me.

Chance (Perfume) for Hair

I tried Hair Oil on….nice…

I ended up buying more….

I will try new look on me for coming Spring and Summer!

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Beauty Tips for Hair

I have wavy hair but not in stylish way, more like damaged hair look.

Therefore, I either use straight iron to straighten my hair or hot curlers to curl my hair.

To maintain these look, I use Aujua (in pink bottle) for silky straight hair and Ann (in blue bottle) for lasting curls.

These are effective!

Posted in Family, Feelings, Health, Japanese Culture, Shrine and Temple, Tokyo

Izumo no Kamishio (Izumo Shrine Salt)

At year end, on 20 December 2019, I visited Izumo Roppongi Betsuin (Izumo Shrine Roppongi Branch) in Roppongi for pray.

I wanted to welcome New Year freshly.

The second largest shrine, Izumo Taisha, is located in Izumo-City, Shimane.

This is Roppongi Branch.

I brought back Izumo no Kamishio (direct translation is Izumo’s God Salt); this is purifying salt.

My brother transferred his flue to me so that I’m not feeling well.

To ease my day, I purified myself to calm down myself this morning before I left for work.

I just want to go back home.

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New Supply from LA

It was my first day of work in 2020; luckily, I could punched out at 5 pm sharp.

It was too short to catch up with my friend who is currently returned to Tokyo for holiday over the dinner.

I cooked easy-to-prepare dinner: Buta Shabu Nabe (pork clay pot) with various Kinoko (mushrooms).

She is so sweet by bring me new supply of Peet’s Coffee and many more foodies from LA!

Arigatogozaimasu!

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Oshogatsu (New Year)

On 3rd January, I visited my uncle.

We had afternoon tea and Domino Pizza for dinner.

He is a mint collector and showed me his new collection: Previous Emperor’s 30th Anniversary Memorial Coin.

And New Emperor’s Coronation Memorial Coin.

He promised to give me a coin when I visit him.

This time, he gave me Tokyo Olympics Badminton coin.

On 4th and 5th January, I was like this…my brother transferred his flue and I feel sickly tired.

My Oshogatsu holiday is ending. Boo hoo.

I’ll go back to office tomorrow for the first working day in 2020.

Let’s enjoy 2020!