What an enjoyable Saturday night!
Yesterday was a public holiday, and I decided not to work in another learning studio. I basically had the entire day free. In the morning, I just stayed home and did some house errands. I still got up at 6AM (it's my body clock!) and I ended up doing a bit of work, my laundry, and having my breakfast while waiting for my laundry to be done.
In the afternoon, I had a few meetups.
First was with Monay, who's in town with his family for a holiday. Originally, we planned to meet next week but I ended up rushing to Shinagawa Station for a quick meet. I just sent his entire family off as they were headed to Kyoto.
From Shinagawa, I took the Keihin Tohoku and got off at the next station - Oimachi.
Dean and I planned a house dinner at his place. I invited our common friend, Kohta, to the dinner. The last time I saw him was back in November. Thankfully, he was free yesterday. Kohta and I agreed to meet earlier so that we could catch up. Afterwards, we headed to the grocery to grab some stuff to bring over to Dean's place.
It was a great Saturday night! Dean and Ryan prepped the dinner - pasta, salad, store-bought dessert. Kohta and I brought some beer and umeshu and store-bought grilled chicken. Hehe!
Really great evening!
Sunday, April 30, 2017
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Thursday, April 20, 2017
Wooohoo, Thursday really is my favorite day!
Since it was my (half) day off, I decided to head to Ginza to check out the newly-opened Ginza Six. The mall had a Tsutaya Books and I wanted to check if the bookstore had the catalogue for the upcoming Comme des Garcons exhibit at the Met.
It's my lucky day. Yes, the bookstore has copies of the catalogue... and they're in English!!!
Yahooooo! Gotta love Tsutaya!
Tbh, I was contemplating ordering the book from the Met online bookstore. Haha!
Tuesday, April 4, 2017
Since I finished my lessons early, I decided I have time to go to the library to study for my Japanese class.
I always go to the Chiyoda public library. Today, I did a side trip to nearby Chidorigafuchi for the cherry blossoms.
No further text needed. Let the pictures do the talking. Hehe!