Japanese dishes are great; however, sometimes your taste bud needs to take a break from it all and try different dishes. If you are into Mexican food and are around Tokyo area, you can stop by this small fast food joint call Frijoles located in Azabu-Juban.

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Popularity of Germanium Slim Roller has flooded Japan. Thousands of these rollers have already been sold. What is it? To simply put it. The Germanium roller is a small hand-size wand use to beautify the skin and slow the aging process. It is design to work on the face, eyes, forehead, neck, and shoulders.

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Although I am not a fan of sumo wrestling, I was told that they smell very sweet whenever you are near them. Since I have never been to a match, I was fortunate to have crossed path with a few sumo wrestlers on their off training days in local cities and markets. I do agree; sumos do smell great. So what is that sweet smelling aroma? It is call tea seed oil (camellia oil) that sumo use to style their hair in a top-knot Tokoyama tradition before a bout. In addition to sumo wrestlers, geisha use tea oil as well to smooth and condition their hair for many centuries.

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I had a chance to visit Ueno park this weekend. Although this wasn't my first visit, I have been there several times in the past, but I never finished seeing all there is about the park. It is actually pretty big and it is one of the famous parks in Tokyo. Within the park lies a zoo, Kaneiji temple, concert hall, and several museums. It is also home to many homeless people.

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I have recently changed my blog name and have acquired a domain to reflect this change. Please bookmark. As always, thank you for reading and leaving your comments.

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