mardi 25 décembre 2012

The Christmas Tree

Merry Christmas everyone (^∇^)

Though I actually don't celebrate Christmas (^_^;).
I went to the cinema with my dad yesterday. I chose Beasts of the Southern Wild since it was the only movie showed in original version, and it was pretty interesting.

Talking about it, I never had a proper Christmas Tree. I remember once my mom dit one with an umbrella.
And here's this year's


Yet another year I go to my friend's and I look all stupid, fascinated by their Tree, and they're like "decorating this sh*t every year is getting on my nerves" ( ̄□ ̄;)
That's how this year le bff discovered I never had a Christmas Tree (yeah, she's not a quick one ( ̄ー ̄;) and invited me to decorate hers.


This girl... really... she saw off the trunk in the middle of the living room (・・;)
That's also when I discovered the prickles actually don't hurt. And that half of them fall down as you put decorations on it (・・;)



She gave me a Christmas cap to get into the spirit and we added some snow. Floor actually getting more snow than tree.




This Christmas spirit thing is some serious high sh*t ε=(。・д・。). Going crazy.

Celebrating my first Christmas Tree we had a little camwhoring session ヽ(*・ω・)人(・ω・*)ノ We're sorry!



"Your eyes are too big" she said. I'm sorry to have big eyes but stop enlarging yours.






jeudi 13 décembre 2012

Japan Day 5

For previous days see Moscow / Day 1 / Day 2 / Day 3 / Day 4


I can't believe it's only (and already) the 5th day. This day was actually the 29th of March.
8 months passed and I'm still writing about it. Hope you enjoy it, though!




Same as the day before, our (or maybe more my) mess, and my dad peeling fruits in the shared room.



Breakfast then brushing teeth. Y so serious?!


Tokyo Sky Tree from the Sumida ☆. It wasn't open back then.



Luxurious homeless person... ?




There was this very cute Red Cross mascot on the Harajaku Bridge and a blood donation event in front of the entrance of the Meiji Shrine.





We walked on Omotesandō and found a fellow Belgian (and one of my favourite fashion designer)'s store, Martin Margiela.








We walked from the Station to Omotesandō to Harajuku and back to the Meiji Shrine to eat and drink another melon soda (-^□^-)




We just walked around and found the Yoyogi National Gymnasium. We realized we were close from the NHK Studio Park and decided to visit it. I think it was about... 600¥?




Domokuuun ≧(´▽`)≦



A nice Japanese lady handed glasses to my dad and he really can't resist beautiful ladies. That's how we ended watching a cartoon for 2 or 3 years in Japanese (TωT)
It was the first time my dad watched a 3D movie and he probably had more fun than the kids there... (・ε・)



Also replied questions... or just pressed buttons.





Random kids got chosen to experience the news. They were actually quite good (。・ε・。)




Oh God, look at these kids... Disrespectful moreover! "Don't touch"!




The next part was more intersting because more understandable; drama set putting up, models, even some furnitures and costumes.
Aaaand... We had the chance to see a part of the shooting of Umechan Sensei キタ━━━(゚∀゚)━━━!!!
It was a scene between Horikita Maki and Matsuzaka Tori! (☆。☆)
There was 5 TVs for different angles and we could also see them live under the window o(・_・= ・_・)o
I think my heart forgot to beat for 1 second when I saw Tori under my feet. Even my dad realized he know them, so we ended up staying there for a long time... m(_ _ )m





We then took purikura with Domokun. Probably the worst idea ever.
The camera was clearly intented to be used by kids (we had to bow) and the machine was actually out of paper ( ̄^ ̄).
We had to ask a lady from the shop to see what was wrong... I obviously sent my dad, and she didn't immediately get why this 45 years old gaijin wanted her to do with the machine.




We walked back to Shibuya and saw these two movie posters; The Artist (French movie) and upcoming We Were Here (I'm still waiting for the last manga in French (^-^))




I find bookshops amazing, I like to just walk around and look at random books ☆.
I also stepped into Mandarake (that was closed the day before, remember?). It literally is a maze with books, manga, CDs, uchiwa, collectors. Cosplayed people are singing. A-ma-zing.
I felt good though a bit otaku ε=ε=ε= ヾ(*~▽~)ノ











We randomly headed to the Tokyo Tower by 11PM though we knew it was about to close.
It's a bit taller than the Effeil Tower but actually seems smaller. Maybe because of the tall surounding?


Please do not smoke while walking


That's all! The next day we'll go around Akihabara and leave Tokyo for Kyoto (‐^▽^‐)