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Taeki's hobby is to write lifestyle pieces according to his own style. He loves foods and tech stuffs! If there is any foods or tech reviews, you can count Taeki in!

Tokyo: Makuhari Messe

Makuhari is a commercial district just outside central Tokyo along the shores of Tokyo Bay in Chiba Prefecture. In the late 1980s, the district was built on reclaimed land in a modern style of architecture and with noticeably organized city planning that includes elevated promenades and walkways as well as wide, well designed streets. The district’s attractions include a convention center, b...

Tokyo: Ikspiari Shopping Mall

Ikspiari is a shopping mall at Tokyo Disney Resort, located between Maihama Station and the Disney Ambassador Hotel. It features more than a hundred shops, restaurants, cafes and bars, as well as Cinema Ikspiari, a 16-screen movie theater. The mall is divided into nine themed zones with a wide variety of shops selling fashion, accessories, household goods and travel services. Two of the zones spec...

Tokyo: Kasai Rinkai Park

Opened in 1989, Kasai Rinkai Park (葛西臨海公園, Kasai Rinkai Kōen) is the largest park in central Tokyo, located just across the Edogawa River from Tokyo Disney Resort. It was built on reclaimed land and developed in an effort to restore and preserve natural Tokyo Bay habitat. The park offers a nice break from the surrounding cityscapes and has a number of walking trails that crisscross the gardens, la...

Waterproof Photography

Used in rain, bad weather conditions or underwater filming You’ll only realise how amazing Waterproof Cameras are, once you’ve used one. Waterproof Camera’s are great for filming in rain or extreme conditions when a DSLR or Point-And-Shoot would get damaged! Some experiences will require the camera to get wet, or even go underwater to capture the experience. If you are a travel blogger, this one i...

Tokyo: Edo-Tokyo Open Air Architectural Museum

The Edo-Tokyo Open Air Architectural Museum is an open air museum in the western suburbs of Tokyo, which exhibits a range of historic buildings from the Tokyo area. The buildings were relocated or reconstructed here in order to preserve a chapter of architectural history, which has been almost completely lost in fires, earthquakes, wars and city redevelopment. Most of the buildings exhibited are f...

Stop your WhatApp from sharing your account details!

Do you know that WhatsApp are sharing your personal account details to facebook? This means that Facebook have access to all out activities and contacts from WhatsApp. Why do Facebook needs those details? It’s for their targeted ads of course. They will study our activity on WhatsApp and categorize us into different groups for it’s ads targeting. Have you every wonder what details that...

Tokyo: Mitakesan

Mount Mitake (御岳山, Mitakesan) is one of the many highlights of the Chichibu-Tama-Kai National Park, which covers more than 1250 square kilometers of forested mountains, hills, gorges and some rural towns in the prefectures of Yamanashi, Saitama, Nagano and Tokyo. Besides a popular shrine, Mount Mitake offers various walking and hiking opportunities in virtually unspoiled nature. Located in the Oku...

Photography for all purpose shots

DSLR Camera’s are photography essential, as it provides crisp, high-quality images & footage. They’re able to capture footage than almost all other cameras. However, the fatal flaw of a DSLR is that it can’t take any damage. That means no shooting in the rain, extreme weather & definitely don’t drop your camera. One drop and your camera will be broken! So this is why the DSLR isn’t ideal f...

Tokyo: Toyosu

Toyosu (豊洲) is a man-made island in Tokyo close to Odaiba. It was created in the 1930s and later enlarged. The famous Tsukiji Fish Market is expected to be relocated to Toyosu in November 2016. The island also happens to be the site of the first 7-Eleven convenience store to be opened in Japan in 1974. More than 10,000 7-Eleven stores exist in Japan today.   Currently, the main attraction at ...

Pokemon Go: 7 things you shouldn’t do while playing Pokémon Go

Everyone is playing the mobile smash, but some people aren’t doing it right. Most mobile games can be played quietly and anonymously in the privacy of your own home, cubicle, train seat, or bathroom stall—but Pokémon Go isn’t that kind of game. With physical movement as a primary gameplay mechanic, the Nintendo favorite is getting millions of people out and about and exploring their neighbor...

Pokemon Go: How do I get eggs? How do I hatch an egg? Why can’t I hatch an egg while driving?

You can get eggs from PokéStops, which are real-world locations that let players grab items. Eggs come in three varieties: 2km, 5km, and 10km. To find your eggs, open the Pokémon screen and tap the Eggs tab at the top of the screen. To hatch an egg, you will need to put it in an incubator (do this by tapping the egg you want to incubate and tapping Start Incubation) and then walk 2 kilometers, 5 k...

Pokemon Go: How to Power Up Your Pokemon

Unlike in traditional Pokemon games, you don’t train your Pokemon by battling in Pokemon GO. Instead, you raise your Pokemon’s CP–Combat Power–by feeding it Pokemon Candy and Stardust. CP is essentially a measurement of how strong the Pokemon is, and is important to consider when choosing a Pokemon to use in Gym battles. There are only two ways to increase your Pokemon̵...

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