Yesterday, we went to Shibuya to get a SIM card. Turns out you really need a phone number here to do most of the dirty stuff like opening a bank account and having stuff delivered to your house. I’ll save that for another post though since it wasn’t really a go-to-the-store-and-buy-a-35-peso-SIM-card kind of experience. 😓 Anyways,… Read More Samrat Indian Cuisine
Water is another thing I don’t particularly think about back in the Philippines. We have a lot of refilling stations there that sell drinking water by the gallons. Since we have a water dispenser culture, it is easy to get cold water, and hot water for coffee and instant noodles and such. It is also… Read More Buying bottled water in Japan
I love Japanese bread! Though I rarely eat bread when I was back in the Philippines since I don’t really like the taste. It’s like eating rice by itself. It’s bland and boring. But whenever I enter a grocery or convenience store here in Japan, I always get the urge to buy bread. They’re sooooo… Read More JAパン #1: Pasco Tappuri Whip Anpan
In the Philippines, it is usual for a company to set up a bank account per employee for payroll purposes. It is the same in Japan, but a bank account is usually used for a multitude of other things. You need it to apply for a phone plan, for internet, to get a loan for… Read More How we opened a bank account in Japan
Click bait??? 🤔 No, wait, I actually thought we found the castle from the animated movie Kokoro ga Sakebitagatterunda (known in the West as The Anthem of the Heart)! You know, that movie where the little girl thought his dad was a king because… eh, go watch it! It’s a pretty decent film if you like… Read More We found the castle from Kokoro ga Sakebitagatterunda!