MURA AT MAGANDA NA PANGKILAY SA JAPAN

Sabi nga nila, kilay is life.. pero para sakin,

Pag iipon is lifer. So inihahatid ko sa inyo ang isa sa paborito ko galing DAISO.

Yes nemen. 100 yen lang bes!

Ganyan ang itsura nya.

Ang gusto ko sa kanya ay napakadaling gamitin. May kasama na ding pangbrush sa buhok sa kilay. Hindi mo na din kailangan tasahan pa. Tipid sa oras at pera diba!

Oh takbo na sa pinakamalapit na DAISO!!!

Love,

Grace ❤️

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Some types of Japanese students.. (BISAYA)

Kabalo man gyud ta noh kung unsa ni sila kamatahuron sa ilang isig ka tao nuh? pero naa juy mga kinaiya nila na hangtod karon di pa nako masabtan. So curious ba ka kung unsa na klasi nga estudyante ang mga hapon? Arti ba sila? Strikto o strikta ba? buotan ba sila? ug uban pa? Mao na ako ichika run hahaha bisaya ni para makabulhot.

Karon ako ishare sa inyoha ang mga pipila sa ilang mga nindot ug maybe bati na batasan:

1.BISAG WALA KASABOT, MUINGON UG NAKASABOT 
Kapila nako naka encounter ug mga ing ani. Before mahuman ang klasi, kung pangutan on nimo sila ug naa ba silay mga pangutana.. muingon ug wala. Pero kung pangutan on nimo’g balik about sa lesson.. muingon ug wala kasabot. Normal ni sya guys. Kasagaran man sa ilaha mauwawon.

2. PEKE (?)
Hilig kaayo nila ang mureklamo pero NEVER na mureklamo sa imohang atubangan.
Example: Naa koy studyante na lami kaayo amoang pag istoryahanay sa klasi like tagaan pakag compliments pero paghuman, nireklamo diay. Ang iya reklamo kay di daw ko “sincere” kay wala ko niingun ug “see you” paghuman sa klase. Naa gyuy mga ingun ani.

3. WAY LIBOG
Sila ni ang mga estudyante nga cool kaayo. Sila ni ang dali kaau nimo masuod. Sila ni ang hilig kaau mukatawa. Sila ni ang magparealize nimo na lahi2 jod diay ug batasan ning mga hapon.

4. SENSITIBO
Related ni siya sa number 2, guys. Sila ni ang mga studyante na dapat kintohan. Kasagaran ani nila mga naa nay edad.. Kinahanglan todo todo gyud na imohang smile kay kung dili, feel nila di ka ganahan makgstorya nila. Dapat i lessen pud ang paglihok kay para sa ilaha distracting. Bawal mangutana ug mga personal kaayo like ilang edad, naa naba silay anak, minyo ba sila..ug uban pa. Ginavalue nila ilaha privacy.

 5. DILI KABALO MAKUNTENTO
Sila ni ang klasi sa mga estudyante nga bisag tudloan na nimo sa answer.. di ghapon makuntento. Mangita pa ug mas komplikado bisag simple ra ang pangutana.

6. MATINABANGON

Kining mga estudyanteha na if musud sa imohang klasi, di magpaklasi. Kay kani silang mga estudyanteha, ganahan sila na papahuwayon ka. Oh diba? Sila ni ang mga estudyante nga muingon ug “YOU CAN DRINK WATER AND EAT SOMETHING”. Sila ni ang mga estudyante na muluwas sa imohang kakapoy.

 

So mao to ang mga nagkadaiyang kinaiya nila mga bai. Disclaimer lang noh.. based rani sya sa akoang experience. Pwede pd lain ang naexperience sa uban.

That’s it for today! I hope natagaan tamog idea bisag gamay.. Let me know your thoughts about this article in the comment section below!

I share pd sa inyong higala nga ganahan makabalo ani hihi.

Till my next one! Bye ♥

Previous blog:

GOING TO HOSPITALS IN JAPAN AS A FOREIGNER. (The hardest part)
https://wordpress.com/post/itsmegracegee.wordpress.com/62

 

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GOING TO HOSPITALS IN JAPAN AS A FOREIGNER. (The hardest part)

In a beautiful country like Japan, it seems like everything is convenient. Unfortunately, just like any other countries of the world, it’s not perfect.

As for foreigners who are living in Japan who can’t speak Japanese yet, I bet you can relate to this. And for foreigners who are planning to settle down/work  here, you might want to consider this matter (unless if you can speak or handle a conversation in Japanese).

I’ve been to the hospitals/clinics here in Japan for several times and it gave me tons of realizations. Not all the time but somehow, I find it inconvenient to visit Japanese hospitals. Of course, you want to know why, right? So I’ve listed some of the things down below.

  1. Some hospitals/clinics don’t accept foreigners. Unless you are accompanied by someone who can translate everything for you. The reason why is there’s only a few number of doctors here in Japan who can speak English (and interview sheets or questionnaire are usually in Japanese).

    NOTE: There are International Hospitals in Japan but its just in a small number.

  2. Lack of emergency care. Most of hospitals here in Japan are usually open on weekdays and not for 24 hours. Can you imagine if you get sick in the middle of night or on weekends? Even if there are some major hospitals, you still have to check  if they can accept you or not. It is really necessary to gather information before going to any hospitals.

    I just couldn’t understand this because way back in the Phil, we can always go to the hospital directly (24/7).

  3. NO GP SYSTEM. It only means that you must look for a specialist for your condition.
  4.  APPOINTMENTS. Some of the hospitals require an appointment. But take note, although you already have one, you still have to wait for 20 minutes or even more. Based on my husband’s experience, he still had to wait for an hour in spite of the fact that he already set an appointment.

Let me just add this one:

PRESCRIPTION is a must before buying any medicines in Japanese pharmacies whether it is only ibuprofen or what. (Unlike in the Philippines, we can always buy some medicines for stomachaches or headache).
I hope this is helpful for you guys. If you do have questions, you can write it down in the comment section. Thank you so much!

I’ll see you on my next blog! ♥

Love,

Grace ♥

 

50 PESOS (1$) SUSHI IN JAPAN??!!

ARE YOU A SUSHI LOVER? IF YES, I GOT SOMETHING FOR YOU!
YOU WILL SURELY THANK ME LATER! 😛

SUSHI is a traditional Japanese food  that can be seen in plenty of forms. It can be a combination of meat, seafood, vegetables and vinegared rice. And by some means, it can be expensive. We don’t want to spend a lot of money, do we?

So today, I’ll be sharing one of the most popular SUSHI restaurants here in Japan that is INEXPENSIVE.

HAMAZUSHI  has 450 branches/outlets all over Japan. Most of their dishes only cost 100 Yen (50 PHP/1$) that means you can eat SUSHI without worrying the price. It is also called CONVEYOR BELT SUSHI RESTAURANT where the SUSHI arrives like a train.

Here’s how the restaurant looks like:

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(c) Hamazushi.com

As you enter in the restaurant, you might be able to see this amazing robot that welcomes you as a receptionist.

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HOW TO ORDER?
It’s easy as 123. You can place an order using their TOUCH SCREEN ORDER SYSTEM. It is not complicated to use since you can change the language based on what you prefer such as Chinese, Korean and English.

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They also serve RAMEN and DESSERTS. IMG-2622

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They do have different kinds of soy sauce just like LOW SODIUM, SPECIAL SOUP STOCK and many more. 

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You may also add these spices below:
1. Black pepper
2. Chili powder
3. Salt

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There’s more???!!!! YES. You can also have FREE GREEN TEA. Isn’t it amazing? 

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HERE ARE THE QUESTIONS THAT YOU MIGHT WANT TO ASK:

  1. Do they require a minimum number of orders?
    Ans. No, they don’t. They can accept even if you’ll order less than 3 plates.
  2. Can they accept credit cards?
    Ans. YES

I love the ambiance of this restaurant. I love that its foreigner-friendly. And if you’ll ask me to rate this restaurant, I’ll give it a 10/10.

That’s all for today! I hope it’ll help you in the near future when you visit Japan. And if you have already visited this SUSHI restaurant, let me know how was your experience 🙂

Let me know if you have more questions or suggestions. I’d love to hear from you ♥

 

See you on my next blog! ♥

 

 

 

MY “ONSEN” EXPERIENCE IN JAPAN

DO YOU REALLY HAVE TO BE NAKED IF YOU WANT TO TRY JAPANESE HOT SPRINGS???

Just in case you aren’t familiar with “ONSEN“..

ONSEN is a Japanese hot spring that has a lot of minerals in it and based on what I’ve heard, its good for your skin and for your health. Maybe it is one of the reasons why Japanese women tend to live longer and have that youthful & glowing skin.

As a Filipino or for me, to be naked in front of other people is not common at all. Although I’ve already heard a lot of things about ONSEN from my Japanese students before, I guess it is quite different when you.. yourself.. will experience it.

Yesterday was something I’ve never done ever since I existed. And I will never forget it for the rest of my life. Am I even exaggerating? Hahaha maybe yes (?)

It was my first time to immerse my body in a Japanese hot spring. It sounds cool and easy, isn’t it? Guess what? After I went out from Sauna, it took me 15 minutes to finalize my decision if I really wanted to give it a shot or just go back home (lol) because the idea of being naked in front of other people kept bothering me. When I finally entered the ladies room (yes, hot springs are mostly separated into two and of course I have to go to females’ lol) , I must admit that my body was shaking and I was literally full of shock to be surrounded by beautiful Japanese women who didn’t care about being naked. I couldn’t help myself not to glance(LMFAO). It seemed like they were very comfortable.

HOW DID I CONQUER MY FEAR?
I FAKED MY CONFIDENCE. I talked to myself for  15 minutes. I told my self that I only live once and If I wouldn’t try it now, then when?

DO YOU REALLY HAVE TO BE NAKED IF YOU WANT TO TRY JAPANESE HOT SPRINGS? 
The answer is, YES. However, you can bring a small towel. It helped me to cover my lower part (If you know what I mean) and I supposed it was allowed because some Japanese women did the same thing.

Japanese hot springs have different colors like black, green, red, brown, and sometimes it could be just clear . It depends on the area.

HOW MUCH DOES IT COST?
It is less than 500 yen or 240 pesos in PHP.

THINGS TO REMEMBER:
Aside from removing all of your clothes, there are some things that you have  to know:

  1. YOU MUST TAKE A SHOWER FIRST. (If you want to bring your own toiletries, it’s possible but I think it’s unnecessary because they provide inside the shower room).
  2. YOU ARE NOT ALLOWED TO BRING YOUR SMARTPHONE OR ANY CAMERAS. (NO SELFIES LOL)
  3. NO FOOD/BEVERAGES
  4. MAKE YOURSELF DRY BEFORE ENTERING THE LOCKER ROOM
  5. NO TATTOO

DID I ENJOY IT? AND WOULD I RECOMMEND IT?
I’d definitely recommend it. The experience was priceless. It was very relaxing and I felt like my skin became smoother afterwards.

If you have any questions, comments, and suggestions for my next blog..
COMMENT down below. ♥

Let me know your experiences as well ♥kobeminatoonsen43-1024x682

(c) tsunagu Japan

Long lasting eyebrows? I got you! 

Who doesn’t want to have eyebrows on fleek that can last for the whole day? I bet no one! Of course except boys lol

Most of us, I mean especially girls, we often worry about scratching or touching our eyebrows because we might ruin it, right?  And we don’t want it to happen! (I think I’m not alone 😂)

Not to mention.. Rainy days!!! 😞😞😞😞😞

Well, I got something for you (thank me later😜) 

This product is such a life saver! And what’s more amazing about it? You can find it in the nearest DAISO near you. Yes! You heard it right. 

WAG NA TAYO MAGPATUMPIK TUMPIK PA! KARAKARAKA! 😂

This is what the packaging looks like:


⭕️ NET. 6 ml

⭕️  MADE IN TAIWAN

The packaging looks like a manicure bottle. (I’m not sure if I said it right lol) but yeah same goes to its applicator. Now, the million dollar question is.. 😂

HOW TO APPLY IT?

1. You need to brush your brows first and do  your thing/routine on how to make it on fleek. (It doesn’t matter if you’re using a pencil, gel, powder and etc.)

2. You just have to apply the EYEBROW COAT on top of your eyebrows. Let it set for about 1 minute. And you’re good to go! 😎

Of course, good and bad always come together. So here are my thoughts about this product: 

PROS: 

  • Affordable 
  • Long lasting
  • No foul odor
  • Easy to wash it off tho you won’t use an oil based makeup remover.

CONS:

  • Ingredients aren’t written on the packaging. (Yeah, I tried to translate) For me it’s not bad at all. But it’s for those people who would like to know every details of the product that they will apply onto their faces. (Prolly because of allergies)


I suggest you to do a skin test before applying so you won’t have any regrets ☺️ 

Till my next blog! I hope it’ll help you! 

Let me know in the comment section if you already tried it ☺️


LOVE,

Grace Gee ❤️

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