taeki

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!

Pokemon Go is in Malaysia!

Malaysians let’s welcome Pokémon GO to Malaysia. Now’s your chance to discover and capture the Pokémon all around you—so put your shoes on, step outside, and explore the world with Pokémon GO. You’ll join one of three teams and battle for the prestige and ownership of Gyms with your Pokémon at your side. It’s time to get moving—your real-life adventures await. Get up and GO! But wait! Before...

Tokyo: Ghibli Museum

  Important NoticeThe Ghibli Museum closes for maintenance from May 9 to July 15, 2016   The Ghibli Museum (三鷹の森ジブリ美術館, Mitaka no Mori Ghibli Bijutsukan) is the animation and art museum of Miyazaki Hayao’s Studio Ghibli, one of Japan’s most famous animation studios. They have produced many feature length films with worldwide distribution such as My Neighbor Totoro, Princess M...

The Living Cube for Small Space

This space-efficient box by Swiss designer Till Könneker creates a separate sleeping area and compact storage solutions for studio apartments (+ slideshow). Originally conceived for the designer’s own one-bed flat, Till Könneker’s structure combines many pieces of furniture into one freestanding cube, creating two new “rooms” in the process. The Living Cube includes a platf...

Tokyo: Shiodome

Shiodome (汐留) is a recently redeveloped city district in Tokyo, which opened to the public in 2002. Its spectacular skyscrapers accommodate many offices, the headquarters of Nippon Television and a large variety of shops, cafes, restaurants, theaters, hotels and other attractions. Shiodome was originally a tidal marshland separating the Imperial Palace from Tokyo Bay. During the Edo Period (1603-1...

Tokyo: Shinagawa

Shinagawa (品川) is one of Tokyo’s 23 wards, and Shinagawa Station is one of the city’s busiest stations. Its convenience as a transportation hub has attracted many hotels, offices, restaurants and shops to the area. Shinagawa has been catering to travelers since the Edo Period (1603-1867), when it was the first stop on the main road linking Tokyo with Kyoto.   Shinagawa Station is ...

Tokyo: Akasaka Sacas

Akasaka Sacas (赤坂サカス) became Tokyo’s newest city within a city in March 2008. After the success of Fuji Television at Odaiba, Nippon Television at Shiodome, and TV Asahi at Roppongi Hills, TBS (Tokyo Broadcasting System) decided to also try their hand at integrating their headquarters into the “city within a city” format. Sacas is made up of five main buildings; the TBS headquart...

Tokyo: Roppongi

Roppongi (六本木, lit. “six trees”) is a district in Tokyo that is well known as the city’s most popular nightlife district among foreigners, offering a large number of foreigner friendly bars, restaurants and night clubs. Roppongi and the surrounding districts of Azabu, Hiroo and Akasaka are home to many embassies and a large expat community. Two of Tokyo’s largest recent red...

NJoy Cafe: The Hidden Gem in Bukit Jalil

We have been noticing many property developments is happening in Bukit Jalil. But there were not much places for us to hang out there. Many Bukit Jalil’s residence have to travel to Puchong, Kuchai Lama, Old Klang Road or other nearby places for hang out. With the projected completion of all developments in Bukit Jalil, eRayn3 recently has discovered a very interesting hang out cafe in Bukit...

Tokyo: Kyu Shiba Rikyu Garden

Kyu Shiba Rikyu (旧芝離宮, Kyū Shiba Rikyū or “Former Shiba Villa”) is a classic Japanese landscape garden in central Tokyo, located just next to Hamamatsucho Station and not far from Hama Rikyu, another popular Japanese landscape garden. A green oasis surrounded by tall buildings, the Kyu Shiba Rikyu Garden features the typical elements of a Japanese landscape garden, including a pond and...

Tokyo: Tokyo Water Bus

Located on a bay and having rivers as convenient transportation routes, Tokyo has a few ferry companies that tourists may find useful. The Water Bus (水上バス, Suijō Basu) services are an enjoyable alternative to trains or subways when traveling between destinations that are near the water. The locations that are most notably convenient for water bus access are the man made islands of Tokyo Bay, espec...

Tokyo: Zojoji Temple

Standing next to Tokyo Tower, Zojoji Temple (増上寺, Zōjōji) is the head temple of the Jodo sect of Japanese Buddhism in the Kanto Region. The temple was built in the year 1393 and moved to its present location in 1598 by Tokugawa Ieyasu who selected it as his family temple. A mausoleum of the Tokugawa family can be found on the temple grounds. Most of Zojoji’s buildings are recent reconstructi...

Tokyo: Sengakuji Temple

Sengakuji (泉岳寺) is a small temple near Shinagawa Station in Tokyo. The temple is famous for its graveyard where the “47 Ronin” (also known as Akoroshi, the “masterless samurai from Ako”) are buried. The story of the 47 loyal ronin (see below) remains one of the most popular historical stories in Japan, and many people visit the temple in order to pay respect to the Akoroshi...

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