Posted in Feelings, Gadget, Japan Technology, Music, Shop, Shopping, Tokyo

Completing My Dream Set

I updated my iPhone and Apple Watch; it’s time to update my earphone.

I mentioned before that I was disappointed that iPhone X doesn’t come with AirPods even though it’s written on the box.

Apple perhaps provides AirPods for overseas market; however, I believe Apple decided to provide a cable earphone for Japan because it’s not necessary to provide AirPods to attract users because iPhone occupies Japan market high as 70 percent.

Apple sells AirPods separately for USD 170 and connector for old earphone to new earphone jack/charger jack for USD 10.

Recently, I enjoy listening to music; therefore, I decided to update my earphone when I update iPhone.

I went to Yodobashi Akihabara, Tokyo today to check on totally wireless earphone such as Sony.

After trying few others, I decided to get Sony WF-1000X.

I am enjoying clear sounded music with its noise cancelling function.

I’m happy with this investment!

Horey!

Posted in Books & Magazines, Daily Life, Feelings, Food, Health, Japan Technology, Japanese Culture, Japanese Food

Wadaya No Gohan (Wada’s Food) Making Body and Soul to Win Cancer!

Dr. Wada is teaching us how to prevent making and growing cancer.

Our daily life and eating habit creates cancer; on the other hand, we can also prevent making or growing greatly if we change our eating habit.

Cancer needs sugar/glucose to become cancer.

I should not overtake sugar and carbohydrate such as white rice, breads, pasta, etc.

Salts will give energy to cancer.

I should take less salts to reduce activities of cancer.

I should cut daily products such as milk, cheeses, yogurt, butter, etc. because it will grow cancer.

I should take good quality oil, omega 3 oil such as linseed oil, perilla oil, etc. and omega 9 such as olive oil.

To reduce salt, Dr. Wada advises to use dashi (umami: soup stock of konbu (seaweed) and katsuobushi (fish flakes) for cooking.

I will take his advice to change my eating habit to make my body and soul to prevent cancer.

I know it’s not easy because I love to eat and these delicious food is the one I should stop eating. Ahhhhhh

Posted in Feelings, Japan Technology, Mt. Fuji, Place, Tokyo, Work

IREX 2017: International Robot Exhibition 2017

Today, I attended IREX Special Guided Tour at Tokyo Big Sight.

There are many robots that Japanese companies can offer in the field of industry/manufacturing, nursing care/welfare/medical care, agriculture, forestry and fisheries/food, infrastructure, education and even entertainment.

I was also invited to International Reception to enjoy Japanese dance performance and food.

And I even received a nice souvenir, a pair of Japanese sake glasses in shape of Mt. Fuji (ordinary and Red Fuji).

How nice!

I enjoyed a day!

Posted in Art, Family, Feelings, Food, Japan Technology, Japanese Culture, Japanese Food, Tokyo

Quality Time with Uncle & Aunty

The other day I gave a lift to my uncle.

It was nothing because going by two (Mom and I) or three (Uncle, Mom and I) are the same.

However, he want to show his appreciation by inviting us (Mom and I) to his apartment.


It was nice of them to prepare high-tea for us.


I was driving so Uncle prepared non-alcohol beer for me.

My first time to try Suntory All-Free and surprisingly, it’s nice and rich in hop.


We chatted for four hours non-stop.

Uncle showed off his collection of mint and coins.

I didn’t know that he is a collector!!

These are few of his collection.


To show his appreciation, he gave me the Silver Coin for the 60th Anniversary of Enforcement of the Local Autonomy Law.

There are 47 coins for 47 prefectures: of course, he has all 47 coins for 47 prefectures.

He has two sets for Tokyo Prefecture to give me one.



It’s so beautiful and comes together with memorial stamps.


He has nine coins for memorial of nine Shinkansen in set.


He gave me loose ones; it’s equally nice as a set.


He also gave me loose coins for Japan 47 Prefectures Coin Programme for Tokyo and Chiba prefecture version.


Thank you; I’ll keep them nicely.

After spending wonderful time with Uncle and Aunty, we had Italian dinner with Dad near from home.

We reported all to him and showed my new collection of coins. hahaha

Posted in Art, Family, Feelings, Food, Japan Technology, Japanese Culture, Japanese Food, Tokyo

Quality Time with Uncle & Aunty

The other day I gave a lift to my uncle.

It was nothing because going by two (Mom and I) or three (Uncle, Mom and I) are the same.

However, he want to show his appreciation by inviting us (Mom and I) to his apartment.


It was nice of them to prepare high-tea for us.


I was driving so Uncle prepared non-alcohol beer for me.

My first time to try Suntory All-Free and surprisingly, it’s nice and rich in hop.


We chatted for four hours non-stop.

Uncle showed off his collection of mint and coins.

I didn’t know that he is a collector!!

These are few of his collection.


To show his appreciation, he gave me the Silver Coin for the 60th Anniversary of Enforcement of the Local Autonomy Law.

There are 47 coins for 47 prefectures: of course, he has all 47 coins for 47 prefectures.

He has two sets for Tokyo Prefecture to give me one.



It’s so beautiful and comes together with memorial stamps.


He has nine coins for memorial of nine Shinkansen in set.


He gave me loose ones; it’s equally nice as a set.


He also gave me loose coins for Japan 47 Prefectures Coin Programme for Tokyo and Chiba prefecture version.


Thank you; I’ll keep them nicely.

After spending wonderful time with Uncle and Aunty, we had Italian dinner with Dad near from home.

We reported all to him and showed my new collection of coins. hahaha

Posted in Art, Family, Feelings, Food, Japan Technology, Japanese Culture, Japanese Food, Tokyo

Quality Time with Uncle & Aunty

The other day I gave a lift to my uncle.

It was nothing because going by two (Mom and I) or three (Uncle, Mom and I) are the same.

However, he want to show his appreciation by inviting us (Mom and I) to his apartment.


It was nice of them to prepare high-tea for us.


I was driving so Uncle prepared non-alcohol beer for me.

My first time to try Suntory All-Free and surprisingly, it’s nice and rich in hop.


We chatted for four hours non-stop.

Uncle showed off his collection of mint and coins.

I didn’t know that he is a collector!!

These are few of his collection.


To show his appreciation, he gave me the Silver Coin for the 60th Anniversary of Enforcement of the Local Autonomy Law.

There are 47 coins for 47 prefectures: of course, he has all 47 coins for 47 prefectures.

He has two sets for Tokyo Prefecture to give me one.



It’s so beautiful and comes together with memorial stamps.


He has nine coins for memorial of nine Shinkansen in set.


He gave me loose ones; it’s equally nice as a set.


He also gave me loose coins for Japan 47 Prefectures Coin Programme for Tokyo and Chiba prefecture version.


Thank you; I’ll keep them nicely.

After spending wonderful time with Uncle and Aunty, we had Italian dinner with Dad near from home.

We reported all to him and showed my new collection of coins. hahaha

Posted in Art, Family, Feelings, Food, Japan Technology, Japanese Culture, Japanese Food, Tokyo

Quality Time with Uncle & Aunty

The other day I gave a lift to my uncle.

It was nothing because going by two (Mom and I) or three (Uncle, Mom and I) are the same.

However, he want to show his appreciation by inviting us (Mom and I) to his apartment.


It was nice of them to prepare high-tea for us.


I was driving so Uncle prepared non-alcohol beer for me.

My first time to try Suntory All-Free and surprisingly, it’s nice and rich in hop.


We chatted for four hours non-stop.

Uncle showed off his collection of mint and coins.

I didn’t know that he is a collector!!

These are few of his collection.


To show his appreciation, he gave me the Silver Coin for the 60th Anniversary of Enforcement of the Local Autonomy Law.

There are 47 coins for 47 prefectures: of course, he has all 47 coins for 47 prefectures.

He has two sets for Tokyo Prefecture to give me one.



It’s so beautiful and comes together with memorial stamps.


He has nine coins for memorial of nine Shinkansen in set.


He gave me loose ones; it’s equally nice as a set.


He also gave me loose coins for Japan 47 Prefectures Coin Programme for Tokyo and Chiba prefecture version.


Thank you; I’ll keep them nicely.

After spending wonderful time with Uncle and Aunty, we had Italian dinner with Dad near from home.

We reported all to him and showed my new collection of coins. hahaha