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YOKOSO! Kawaii lovers, otaku minds and cool-ture fans of Nippon! ☆

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Avocado burger from McDonald’s Japan!♥

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Avocado burger from McDonald’s Japan!♥

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The heart and essence of any Kawaii JapanLover is the spirit of fun, creativity and self-expression. This is the essence that Lunie has put into her kawaii lifestyle. ꒰ღ˘‿˘ற꒱⃛Who is Lunie ? ♡Read more about our featured Kawaii JapanLover athttp://japanlover.me/kawaii/?p=4824 Japan Lover Me | www.kawaii.japanlover.me
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The heart and essence of any Kawaii JapanLover is the spirit of fun, creativity and self-expression. 

This is the essence that Lunie has put into her kawaii lifestyle. ꒰ღ˘‿˘ற꒱

Who is Lunie ? ♡

Read more about our featured Kawaii JapanLover athttp://japanlover.me/kawaii/?p=4824 

Japan Lover Me | www.kawaii.japanlover.me

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Japanese convenience stores are the best !♥ Fresh and yummy bento meals, sweets, hot drinks , inexpensive macarons!♥♥♥

How about you, what do you love about Japanese kombinis? :3

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Japanese convenience stores are the best !♥ Fresh and yummy bento meals, sweets, hot drinks , inexpensive macarons!♥♥♥

How about you, what do you love about Japanese kombinis? :3

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Kiki and Lala x Carebear exhibition at Shibuya Parco!♥

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Kiki and Lala x Carebear exhibition at Shibuya Parco!♥

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[When in Japan Tip]

You can buy / hoard Giant Rainbow Pocky from Tokyo Diver City in Odaiba.

♥♥♥

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[When in Japan Tip]

You can buy / hoard Giant Rainbow Pocky from Tokyo Diver City in Odaiba.

♥♥♥

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In celebration of the amazing 1st Anniversary of JapanLover.Me, we are proud to officially announce that we are releasing our own eBook soon!Created and curated by the JapanLover.Me team, treasure being a JapanLover with our favorite contents from our site and facebook updates! ♥ Please do watch out for it! (ノ´ヮ´)ノ*To all our friends here, collaborators, partners, contributors, JapanLovers around the world… a big THANK YOU from the bottom of our hearts! This Worldwide Project wouldn’t be this successful without your cheers, valuable time, and support! ♥www.japanlover.mewww.japanlover.me/a-love-letter-to-japan
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In celebration of the amazing 1st Anniversary of JapanLover.Me, we are proud to officially announce that we are releasing our own eBook soon!

Created and curated by the JapanLover.Me team, treasure being a JapanLover with our favorite contents from our site and facebook updates! ♥ Please do watch out for it! (ノ´ヮ´)ノ*

To all our friends here, collaborators, partners, contributors, JapanLovers around the world… a big THANK YOU from the bottom of our hearts! This Worldwide Project wouldn’t be this successful without your cheers, valuable time, and support! ♥

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www.japanlover.me/a-love-letter-to-japan

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Which to choose?? 

Sailormoon fans will surely go crazy over these plushies / limited edition merchandise from Kiddyland, Harajuku! ★彡

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Which to choose??

Sailormoon fans will surely go crazy over these plushies / limited edition merchandise from Kiddyland, Harajuku! ★彡

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Springtime in Japan ♥

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Springtime in Japan ♥

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Hello Japan Lover Me friends!  We are so happy to hear that you are enjoying our posts here! ✿

We are currently compiling all your place recommendations (thanks for sending)! We have already created a to-do list for Harajuku, Shibuya, Osaka, Kyoto and Shimokitazawa! Next on our list would be: Akihabara, Shinjuku (every station in the Yamanote Line, haha!), Fukuoka, Nara, Hokkaido, Saitama, Yokohama.. etc. 

How about you ? Do you have other places in mind that you would recommend to other JapanLovers as well? ☆ Just comment below! 

If you have a list of things to do in a particular favorite place in Japan, please do send us an email and we’ll see if we can make a kawaii infograph (by Little Miss Paintbrush ) out of your suggestions!  

Email: www.japanlover.me@gmail.com
Subject: [Places in Japan]

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Hello Japan Lover Me friends! We are so happy to hear that you are enjoying our posts here! ✿

We are currently compiling all your place recommendations (thanks for sending)! We have already created a to-do list for Harajuku, Shibuya, Osaka, Kyoto and Shimokitazawa! Next on our list would be: Akihabara, Shinjuku (every station in the Yamanote Line, haha!), Fukuoka, Nara, Hokkaido, Saitama, Yokohama.. etc.

How about you ? Do you have other places in mind that you would recommend to other JapanLovers as well? ☆ Just comment below!

If you have a list of things to do in a particular favorite place in Japan, please do send us an email and we’ll see if we can make a kawaii infograph (by Little Miss Paintbrush ) out of your suggestions!

Email: www.japanlover.me@gmail.com
Subject: [Places in Japan]

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Pocky x Snoopy collaboration ♥♥♥

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Pocky x Snoopy collaboration ♥♥♥

#japanloverme #japan #snoopy #pocky #kawaiijapanlover #kawaii (at www.japanlover.me)

"Namco Namja Town is an indoor theme park in the Sunshine City shopping complex in east Ikebukuro, Toshima, Tokyo, Japan." http://goo.gl/nBDMXS Namja Town is one of the most must-visit Japanese theme parks in our list! (=ↀωↀ=)✧ Lots of cute and fun stuff to do, play with, take photos of, and eat! ٩(ↀДↀ)۶  English Guide: http://www.namco.co.jp/tp/namja/pdf/english_guide.pdf Website: http://www.namco.co.jp/tp/namja/  ~~~ What are your most recommended Japanese theme/amusement parks? We’ll compile a list! ^3^www.japanlover.me
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"Namco Namja Town is an indoor theme park in the Sunshine City shopping complex in east Ikebukuro, Toshima, Tokyo, Japan." http://goo.gl/nBDMXS

Namja Town is one of the most must-visit Japanese theme parks in our list! (=ↀωↀ=)✧ Lots of cute and fun stuff to do, play with, take photos of, and eat! ٩(ↀДↀ)۶

English Guide: http://www.namco.co.jp/tp/namja/pdf/english_guide.pdf

Website: http://www.namco.co.jp/tp/namja/

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What are your most recommended Japanese theme/amusement parks? We’ll compile a list! ^3^

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Shibuya is one of the most famous and busiest shopping and entertainment centers in Tokyo. ヽ(^。^)丿There are just so many things you could do that you might get overwhelmed! >▽< So we listed 10 activities we could recommend you to do when you’re in Shibuya:1. Take a photo at the Shibuya Crossing - Shibuya Crossing is the busiest pedestrian crossing in the world. It’s one of the most amazing spots to take photos in Japan!2. Visit Hachiko’s famous statue  - It is said that as long as you can pinpoint the location of the statue, you’ll never get lost in Shibuya 3. Shop at Shibuya 109 - HUGE shopping center!4. Shop from LoFT / Tokyu Hands - These are shopping centers for cute and quirky products, stationery, craft materials for DIYs, accessories, and souvenirs.5. Dress up cutely (like a Japanese schoolgirl heheh) and take purikura! >3<6. Test your crane skills and win a cute toy/plushie from the UFO catchers or crane machines in arcade buildings! 7. Visit One Piece Mugiwara Store at Shibuya Parco8. Visit and shop at the Disney store (a wonderful building that looks like a castle from outside)9. Relax at the Kiki and Lala Cafe (Little Twin Stars)10. Visit Mandarake - one of Japan’s biggest manga and anime (and toys and collectibles) store! ⊙▽⊙Miscellaneous: KARAOKE, of course!  >3< ♪♫~~~How about you? What was your experience in Shibuya? Also, do you have other places in mind that you would recommend to other JapanLovers as well? ☆If you have a list of things to do in a particular favorite place in Japan, please do send us an email and we’ll see if we can make a kawaii infograph (by Little Miss Paintbrush ) out of your suggestions! (email: www.japanlover.me@gmail.com | subject: [Places in Japan])www.japanlover.me
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Shibuya is one of the most famous and busiest shopping and entertainment centers in Tokyo. ヽ(^。^)丿There are just so many things you could do that you might get overwhelmed! >▽< So we listed 10 activities we could recommend you to do when you’re in Shibuya:

1. Take a photo at the Shibuya Crossing - Shibuya Crossing is the busiest pedestrian crossing in the world. It’s one of the most amazing spots to take photos in Japan!

2. Visit Hachiko’s famous statue  - It is said that as long as you can pinpoint the location of the statue, you’ll never get lost in Shibuya 

3. Shop at Shibuya 109 - HUGE shopping center!

4. Shop from LoFT / Tokyu Hands - These are shopping centers for cute and quirky products, stationery, craft materials for DIYs, accessories, and souvenirs.

5. Dress up cutely (like a Japanese schoolgirl heheh) and take purikura! >3<

6. Test your crane skills and win a cute toy/plushie from the UFO catchers or crane machines in arcade buildings! 

7. Visit One Piece Mugiwara Store at Shibuya Parco

8. Visit and shop at the Disney store (a wonderful building that looks like a castle from outside)

9. Relax at the Kiki and Lala Cafe (Little Twin Stars)

10. Visit Mandarake - one of Japan’s biggest manga and anime (and toys and collectibles) store! ⊙▽⊙

Miscellaneous: KARAOKE, of course!  >3< ♪♫

~~~

How about you? What was your experience in Shibuya? Also, do you have other places in mind that you would recommend to other JapanLovers as well? ☆

If you have a list of things to do in a particular favorite place in Japan, please do send us an email and we’ll see if we can make a kawaii infograph (by Little Miss Paintbrush ) out of your suggestions! (email: www.japanlover.me@gmail.com | subject: [Places in Japan])

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The Ghibli Museum in Mitaka, Tokyo will always be one of our favorite dream destinations in Japan. (✿◠‿◠) Here are 10 things you might want to know about the magical place:1. Studio Ghibli director Hayao Miyazaki designed the museum himself. ヽ(^。^)丿2. Photography and video recording are not allowed inside the Museum, for maximum visual experience.3. Aside from the Museum, there are many other Studio-Ghibli-related features in the area that one can explore: a cafe (Straw Hat Cafe), a rooftop garden, and a whimsical souvenir shop called Mamma Aiuto, based from Porco Rosso.4. The Cat Bus room, a room with a huge catbus, is an area where only children (below 12) are allowed to play.5. The Saturn Theater is a place where visitors can enjoy a short film showing. 6. According to a statement by Hayao Miyazaki-san, he didn&#8217;t want to make a museum that &#8220;treats its contents as if they were more important than people&#8221;, hence the Ghibli Museum was made for the people to enjoy, understand, ponder, and feel. 7. Entrance to the Ghibli Museum is strictly by advance purchase of a reserved ticket.8. The Museum is almost always closed on Tuesdays, except for special days and occasions.9. The Museum is open from 10:00 am to 6:00&#160;pm.10. The Ghibli Museum is accessible through a community loop bus from Mitaka Station. Mitaka Station is serviced by the Chūō Line. The museum does not have a parking space for private cars.✿✿✿Have you ever been to the Ghibli Museum? Please share your experiences with us! ヾ(。・ω・。)www.japanlover.meReferences:http://www.ghibli-museum.jp/en/http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ghibli_Museum
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The Ghibli Museum in Mitaka, Tokyo will always be one of our favorite dream destinations in Japan. (✿◠‿◠) 

Here are 10 things you might want to know about the magical place:

1. Studio Ghibli director Hayao Miyazaki designed the museum himself. ヽ(^。^)丿

2. Photography and video recording are not allowed inside the Museum, for maximum visual experience.

3. Aside from the Museum, there are many other Studio-Ghibli-related features in the area that one can explore: a cafe (Straw Hat Cafe), a rooftop garden, and a whimsical souvenir shop called Mamma Aiuto, based from Porco Rosso.

4. The Cat Bus room, a room with a huge catbus, is an area where only children (below 12) are allowed to play.

5. The Saturn Theater is a place where visitors can enjoy a short film showing. 

6. According to a statement by Hayao Miyazaki-san, he didn’t want to make a museum that “treats its contents as if they were more important than people”, hence the Ghibli Museum was made for the people to enjoy, understand, ponder, and feel. 

7. Entrance to the Ghibli Museum is strictly by advance purchase of a reserved ticket.

8. The Museum is almost always closed on Tuesdays, except for special days and occasions.

9. The Museum is open from 10:00 am to 6:00 pm.

10. The Ghibli Museum is accessible through a community loop bus from Mitaka Station. Mitaka Station is serviced by the Chūō Line. The museum does not have a parking space for private cars.

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Have you ever been to the Ghibli Museum? Please share your experiences with us! ヾ(。・ω・。)

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References:
http://www.ghibli-museum.jp/en/
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ghibli_Museum

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Osaka, a city that is one of Japan&#8217;s most important economic centers, has many sights and activities to offer for tourists and travelers. (・∀・)These are just 10 of the many things you can do in Osaka:1. Take a picture with the famous Glico Man ✧2. Do a sight-seeing on top of the Umeda Sky Building / Floating Garden Observatory3. Visit the open air museum of japanese farm houses ✿4. Eat okonomiyaki and takoyaki! (っ˘ڡ˘ς) Yum!5. Visit the Osaka Castle6. Visit the Osaka History Museum (you&#8217;ll find the NHK building beside it!)7. Stroll around Osaka in kimono 8. Explore the Kamigata Ukiyo-e Museum (woodblock prints)9. Visit Universal Studios Japan (http://candykawaiilover.blogspot.jp/2013/06/universal-studios-japan-osaka.html)10. Have fun at The Momofuku Ando Instant Ramen Museum!~~~Special thanks to JapanLover Carly of www.carly-rose.com and to Ashley from Candy Kawaii Lover ~~~How about you? What was your experience in Osaka? Also, do you have other places in mind that you would recommend to other JapanLovers as well? ☆If you have a list of things to do in a particular favorite place in Japan, please do send us an email and we&#8217;ll see if we can make a kawaii infograph (by Little Miss Paintbrush ) out of your suggestions! (email: www.japanlover.me@gmail.com | subject: [Places in Japan])www.japanlover.me
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Osaka, a city that is one of Japan’s most important economic centers, has many sights and activities to offer for tourists and travelers. (・∀・)

These are just 10 of the many things you can do in Osaka:

1. Take a picture with the famous Glico Man ✧
2. Do a sight-seeing on top of the Umeda Sky Building / Floating Garden Observatory
3. Visit the open air museum of japanese farm houses ✿
4. Eat okonomiyaki and takoyaki! (っ˘ڡ˘ς) Yum!
5. Visit the Osaka Castle
6. Visit the Osaka History Museum (you’ll find the NHK building beside it!)
7. Stroll around Osaka in kimono 
8. Explore the Kamigata Ukiyo-e Museum (woodblock prints)
9. Visit Universal Studios Japan (http://candykawaiilover.blogspot.jp/2013/06/universal-studios-japan-osaka.html)
10. Have fun at The Momofuku Ando Instant Ramen Museum!

~~~

Special thanks to JapanLover Carly of www.carly-rose.com and to Ashley from Candy Kawaii Lover 

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How about you? What was your experience in Osaka? Also, do you have other places in mind that you would recommend to other JapanLovers as well? ☆

If you have a list of things to do in a particular favorite place in Japan, please do send us an email and we’ll see if we can make a kawaii infograph (by Little Miss Paintbrush ) out of your suggestions! (email: www.japanlover.me@gmail.com | subject: [Places in Japan])

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Happy April Fools from Pokemon x Google Maps! Hahaha~

www.youtube.com/watch?v=4YMD6xELI_k

Thanks Minechika for the screenshot, haha!

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Happy April Fools from Pokemon x Google Maps! Hahaha~

www.youtube.com/watch?v=4YMD6xELI_k

Thanks Minechika for the screenshot, haha!

#japanloverme #japan #pokemon #googlemap #aprilfools #otakujapanlover #otaku (at www.japanlover.me)