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Food trip: Teppanya (Evia)

Here we are once again, it's another food trip adventure. This time we visit Teppanya in Evia Lifestyle Center in Daanghari, Las Pinas City. Teppanya (Evia) Teppanya Details Teppanya brands itself as the "House of Teppanyaki". This restaurant prides itself on its wide variety of authentic modern Japanese cuisine.  Teppanya (Evia) - Las Pinas City Having visited Japan numerous times and falling in love with its culture, particularly its food, made me once in a while crave whenever I see posts about Japanese food in my social media apps. Hence, while waiting for my next trip to Japan, I'm always in constant search for restaurants that serve authentic Japanese cuisines here in the Philippines .   Teppanya : The House of Teppanyaki Welcome to Teppanya (Evia) Team Nicerio tries out Teppanya Inside Teppanya Luckily, there are plenty of restaurants like that in my area. For today, the highlight of my food trip is Teppanya in Evia Lifestyle Center. I got to eat in Teppa

The Shrine of the Five Wounds of Our Lord Jesus Christ Parish - Las Pinas City

Located at 364 Real St. Talon, Las Pinas City in Metro Manila, The Shrine of the Five Wounds of Our Lord Jesus Christ Parish is one of the modern unique looking Catholic churches in the Philippines.  The Shrine of the Five Wounds of Our Lord Jesus Christ Parish The Shrine of the Five Wounds of Our Lord Jesus Christ Parish History Before it came to be the church that it is today, the church was once a small chapel located in front of PLDT in 1985. It then transferred to its present site a few years later. Then the construction of the unique looking architectural design that we see now started.  The Shrine of the Five Wounds of Our Lord Jesus Christ Parish facade Speaking of being unique-looking, interestingly, its architectural design was inspired by a marine animal called the nautilus ( nautilus belauensis ). According to its principal architect, he chose the nautilus as his inspiration as its shell is often associated with the golden ratio. It is also a symbol of proportiona

Las Piñas, Pasay, Manila Visita Iglesia Adventure

If you're a Catholic and you're living in Manila, probably the first thing you'd do is to head to the beaches this Holy Week. To most of us, especially the working class, the Holy Week is almost synonymous to summer vacation. However, to some it's a chance to visit Christ and show devotion to Him through Visita Iglesia . (and that's what I plan to do!) So join me and my family as we go around Manila and the neighboring cities of Las Piñas and Pasay to visit some of their historical churches. Since I live in the province of Cavite, I had to carefully plan the route that we'd take to maximize the number of churches that we could visit in a day. We originally planned to visit only the ones in Manila but I pointed out that since our route to Manila would pass by some old churches in nearby cities, we might as well visit them.   Las Piñas Church From our home, the first city that we'd pass is Las Piñas. The city is known for Asia's oldest


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