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25 December 2010

Tiffy in Japan: Sanrio Puroland

Sanrio Puroland
December 25, 2010
Tiffy in Japan

When I was in Japan last year, I didn't really get to enjoy Christmas since I was waitressing at the sushi restaurant I part-timed for the whole holiday season. So it's no surprise that Christmas in Japan doesn't really bring a lot of fond memories.

This year, however, I was determined to change it. I headed to Tokyo with my boyfriend to initially visit Tokyo Disneyland. But since it's the holiday season, the number of people in Disneyland would be so overwhelming that we (actually, I) opted to go to Sanrio Puroland.

I've been a fan of Hello Kitty since I worked as a part-time content support staff for It's no surprise, really, that I would go there.

We reached Tokyo from Nagoya at around 11 am. And on that day, if you get in after 3 pm, you only have to pay ¥1000 if you show them the coupon you got on their website (print it out or just go to their website via your phone's browser).

I got in and saw this adorable Hello Kitty waffle and decided I wanna have one! So yes, I ate Hello Kitty in Sanrio Puroland, some meters away from Hello Kitty's house.

It was a toss between Cinnamoroll and Hello Kitty so of course...

I chose the kitty.
A lot of people keep telling me that they want to go to Japan but that it's too expensive. It is expensive. But if you plan your trip really well, it's not as unimaginable as you might think.

Yes, the subway is expensive. But you might want to try walking around Tokyo. It's not a big city and just walking around is a tourist-y thing to do in itself.

As for accommodations? There are internet/manga cafes where you can stay at for 8-12 hours. It will only cost you around ¥1500 for 8 hours, I believe. You have your own cubicle with a couch--and, depending on the internet cafe you end up in, they might even have shower rooms where you can take a shower (I think they even provide towels).

Planning that next trip? Enjoy!

29 January 2010

Going to Cebu: Mooon Cafe

I keep coming back to Cebu partly because of the food there. Sue me, I fell in love with its exquisite and delicious food and delicacies. Last weekend, I went to Cebu for a four-day vacation with Mica and Winston. We met our Cebu Blogger friends there, and had lots of fun touring the place, and of course, eating :)

Mooon Cafe is a casual dining place located at the 2nd level of The Terraces Ayala Center Cebu 6000. It can also be found at the IT Park in Lahug, Cebu City. Its food ranges from Mexican to Mexican infused flavors you would surely love.

Pumpkin Soup

Pumpkin Soup. Not the best pumpkin soup I have ever tried, but it's one of the better ones. It's thickness is just right, and its flavors very distinct and yummy. A good starter if you ask me.


Chimichanga (Php 84). Ground beef in sour cream, cheese and salsa wrapped in a crisp tortilla and topped with iceberg lettuce. The combination of all the ingredients is the bomb.

Quesadillas Dos

Quesadillas Dos. Corn Tortilla with cheese in between, and bits and pieces of tomatoes, onions and mayo. Simple yet so yummy and irresistible.


Bryan ordered the Mooon Steak while Mica ordered Tangigue. Evanjohnn meanwhile ordered sisig (not in the pictures).


Review and Photo by Bong
Photo taken using a Canon 120 IS.
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