2010 – i heart JAPAN Day#4

We ran out of toothpaste late last night so we had to run out to the Japan convenience store to stock up.


Verdict : Taste weird. >.<

Today is day#4. Woke up in our pinkiefied hotel room feeling a little tired but excited. We dressed up and gotten ready for another adventurous day ahead.  We had planned to head over to Nara. A Park filled with deers, temples and shrines.


Remember how i mentioned that the Hotel we’re staying has a little chapel. Well, this is how it looks like~


I wasn’t kidding.. it looks really nice! It’s like a church inside a hotel. The husband made full use of it and went in for his morning prayers while i waited for him by his side while admiring the beautiful architectural design of the chapel. I would have taken pics but i thought it might be a bit rude, so i didn’t. >.<

We then headed to get my daily ‘must have’ …


The husband bought~

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This is some sort of Roll~ but it taste damn good. I definitely would want to have this again. *thumbs up*


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We had our breakfast in the train while heading to Nara.

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i looovveeeeee Onigiri 🙂

The ride didn’t take too long before we arrived.


When we reached, there were like so many ‘bambi’s walking around. Soo cuttteeee.. surprisingly they don’t stink.


Honestly, i was actually afraid of getting bitten.

I took a mini Video on this… it was damn funny. Me trying to get friendly with the deer while another deer was like chasing the husband for food. Will post it up soon. 🙂


He then attacked the book thinking it was food. lolx.


People around were so open to feeding the deer food which you can buy for 150 yen. *tourist attraction spot mahhh*


I noticed one in particular was eating plastic bag. >.< FHL!


We then headed in deeper into Nara as we walked passed temples and shrines.. it was just beautiful~


The weather was really cold laahh~ so i had to dress up looking like a pregnant penguin..


While the husband dressed up all macho man~


The sky was so blue and the temple was sooo biggg!!!!



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We prayed and washed our hands and mouth with blessed water..

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We then walked further in and saw more and more deers walking around greeting visitors while hoping that we’ll buy more food to feed them.

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Once we completed walking the whole park ~ it was just about lunch time. 🙂

For lunch.. i tried something new~ Green Tea Tempura Noodles.


With a variety of sushi and tepanyaki side dishes..

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Last but not least~ i tried plum ice-cream.


What can i say~~~~



We headed back to the hotel soon after to rest and recharge before heading out again for the night.. tired laaahh~ we walked so much the past couple of days. lols.

On the way back we bought..

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Snacks. Snacks. Snacks and More Snacks.

When night falls, we headed out for a romantic stroll along the shopping areas. I saw some really interesting things.. like..


I still don’t geddit how they can walk with shoes like these..


And it is NOT at all cheap~ >.<

The husband got really excited when he saw this…


We decided to try the local fast food chain. We would have gone for Yoshinoya however we couldn’t find any at the place we were walking.. non the less, we came across something similar..

First.. we had to purchase tickets from the machines..

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And soon after the food is served.



We headed back to the hotel once done. It was cold and we had an early morning the next day. Heading off to Gunma for Onsen and hot spring. 🙂


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