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Japan Diaries 2: Day 3

Day 3 (May 19, 2018)


Today is another sunny day here in Japan, it is predicted that there is a 0% chance of precipitation for the whole day. However, ironically, there is a high percentage of "tear fall" due to the fact that our Filipino friends are flying back home.

Gotta love this kind of weather

Hello again! Kansai International Airport

Thank God I won't be flying back home today.

I truly feel that they were fun people. Although we only spent two full days together, I would surely miss those late night chats with Marlon and Erika and the witty intellect of their children. Well, life has to move on, so we drove them to Kansai International Airport around 10AM. While on the road, Mr. Toshi's Toyota Estima was showing signs that there was a problem with its battery. Luckily, the car did not stall and we arrived safely and on time at the airport. 

 Following Mr. Toshi's car...

... to Super Autobacs in Kishiwada-shi

After the farewells, Mr. Toshi did not risk driving his car back home so he had it towed to Super Autobacs in Kishiwada-shi for repairs. We didn't wait for the repairs to be finished as it would take some time (but the car would be released that afternoon) so we drove back home using the car of Mr. Toshi's daughter. 

Bought some cakes at Caito Sweets

Can you guess what these are?

Plenty of delicious cakes to choose from

For a change and to uplift our sad spirits, we stopped by Caito Sweets in Kumatori to buy some cakes. (I don't know about you but eating cake seems to lower my stress levels.) 

A beautiful silhouette of Star Gate as seen from Mr. Toshi's house 

Just like that... another day has passed by.

Time to taste our cake

Perfect with coffee

We got home just in time for us to witness a beautiful sunset. That night, my wife cooked her best (because it is my favorite) dish - ginisang monggo

Liempo and ginisang monggo anyone?

Before calling it a night, my wife and I packed up our things in preparation for our five-day tour of Kyoto City. Something that I had wanted to do since we got back from our first trip to Japan a few years back

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Comments

  1. Wow, I just love these pristine pictures you continue to share with your posts. Makes Japan even more enticing. Thanks for sharing

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  2. Those cakes look so interesting and delicious! I've never been to Japan but I hope togo one day.

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    1. Same here. I hope I could go back to Japan too soon. =)

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  3. Your trip to Japan is quite an interesting series and this is my favourite so far.

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  4. Japan looks like a nice place to visit

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  5. Loved the pictures. Captured the spirit of Japan very well. Five-day tour to Kyoto City would have been amazing.

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  6. OMGGGG!! Japan is my one of my dream country that I really want to visit lucky you!

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    1. Thank you so much. =) You should visit this wonderful country as well. =)

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  7. the cake all looks delicious. Glad it helped lift your spirits. Enjoy the next leg of your trip and look forward to hearing more :)

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  8. I love seeing the different sides of Japan. There are so many different types of places!

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    1. That's true. =) Japan really does have a lot of places to see and visit.

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  9. I'm always rooting for your Japan adventure..... Great place to explore....

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  10. Yummy, those cakes look amazing! I've always wanted to go to Japan.

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    1. That's true. Surprisingly, these cakes were not that sweet but super delicious.

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  11. A digital nomad myself, I am saving this page. I am planning to visit Japan early of next year. Thank you very much, such a good read.

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  12. Wow, this is another interesting post on Japan. Thanks for posting these great pictures. 🙂

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  13. Wow! Amazing place and food! I love Japan I hope one day I can visit this country.

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    1. You should visit Japan. I assure you, you'd truly love the place.

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  14. We are looking forward to visiting Japan one day, after reading this article, we are hoping is sooner rater than later!

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    1. That's really great to hear. =) Would love to hear about it someday.

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  15. We couldn't recognize the food on the blog! We would love to know more in depth about the food in Japan

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  16. Definitely Japan is one of my favorite country that I wish I could go visit in the future.

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    1. Same here. =) I would love to revisit it every year.

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  17. Those cakes look so yummy! I love Japan too.

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  18. Wow I love Japanese culture I wanna go to Japan if I had money

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  19. I would love to visit japan some day. I grew up watching Japanese cartoon translated, which spikes my interest.

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  20. Wow.....this is a different kind of Japan that we see, in the pictures....very colourful and bright! Love it.

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