I’m sorry for the lack of information yesterday ( I received complains), but I’m more and more tired everyday. Last night I had mosquito terror, but I killed the beast this morning *evil laughter*
But back to yesterday. I had planned to meet Sarah at a nearby coin laundry so we could go manga shopping again (on saturday we get twice the amount of stamps)…but somehow she didn’t turn up. I was afraid I had mistaken the time and so I looked at my map and tried to find her Yamasa accomodation. In the end (when I was about to give up) I found the house and even the correct appartment due to a certain frog umbrella ^_~
Together we bought a bunch of mangas and went of course again to our beloved 100 Yen store „Daiso“. I don’t think there’s much more to tell.
With Anna a little bit sick today I was on the road with Sarah again. For the first time we used the toilets there…so, yeah, another entry about toilets ^^ I like all the service appliances around. For example there are toilets with child seats, so the Mommy’s can have a relaxed restroom experience and the baby does not crawl around.
The icon of the „spray“ button is lovely, isn’t? ^^ And my new favourite to the right: „Powerful Doedorizer“! XD
This is a look into the handicap stall. We didn’t dare to go into it but there were even more buttons!
Near the toilets there are lockers for the complete shopping cart, not only a small handbag and coat. Great!
Today we were brave enough to try on some skirts. (you have to be brave to go shopping for clothes here, at least with my size and butt ^_~) First I was irritated about the changing room. There’s no stool or chair like in Germany for your clothes but a basket and the wooden thing on the left side is a dispenser for face covers so the clothes won’t be spoiled by make-up.
Though I found a cute skirt I didn’t buy it. Perhaps in some weeks when my prediction comes true and I have lost some weight. Instead I bought some more of the crystal cubeÂ pens and a very kawaii Disney memo…what do you call this? It’s for memorizing vocabulary.
Now I’d like to introduce you to my new friend Natchan ^^ I tried to resist him for two weeks, but now I had to buy a bottle. Who could resist such a charming guy?
We met at the supermarket and on the spot he decided to move in with me. His hobbies are being cute and staring out of the window. Isn’t he adorable? I love my new Natchan!
Another Postcard left Japan, this time to Germany. Who of you might be the lucky one?Alles Liebe,