Starting tomorrow, Nicolekiss will be in a serious debate
I have 12 bottles of brand new HUGO XY EDT 100ml for him and HUGO XX EDT 100ml for her to be given away, from 22 Oct to 12 Nov, to the best/most creative/interesting/
FYI, the fragrances have very manly (for men) and sexy (for the ladies) scents despite their fruity base – Pear and Lychee (ermm… lychee).
So don't forget to tune in to our battle debate; two bottles for each entry, so you'll have plenty of chances. :) Winners can’t be picky k.
I know that Japan is the ultimate traveling destination for many out there. Especially for those Manga and Anime fanatics, or people who have been heavily influenced by Japanisation. (I know I have)
Ever since my visit to Europe three years ago, Japan has topped my dream destination above anywhere else (it used to be England when I was 17). And I feel very blessed just to be able to visit this beautiful country. So much I’m actually quite content with traveling for this year, therefore giving me time to finish my last term of Master course.
Since I can’t bring you there, I am going to post many many many many photos here. :D
Following my arrival at Tokyo Disneyland, I proceeded to Toon Town, where Mickey Mouse stays.
Here in Japan Disneyland, the Japanese are quite the anime characters themselves.
Matching mother and son prisoner tops
Notice that two little hat-hair-clip on each of the girl’s head?
It’s everywhere. They’re selling it in every store in every land. Tomorrow Land, Cowboy Land, Porn and Sex Land (you wish!)…
It doesn’t matter if you’re ill.
Or wear it with the cutest Japanese school girl uniforms.
I don’t know what’s come over me. But I seriously have this fetish over their school girl uniforms. They’re just so cute, they made the girls there look cute, the girls are cute.
If I’m born a guy, I would wish to have my girlfriend wear kinky school uniforms everyday.
I had a bit of problem going for the rides in Toon Town.
As the name suggested, it’s mainly for kids.
Goofy Height Measurement
So what I can do is look.
Next to it stood Miss Daisy’s boat.
I got on top of the boat with the other children.
I didn’t see daisy till when I got off the boat though.
How’s it hanging there lady?
I kinda feel out of place with all the children running around tagging their parent’s shirts and shouting in enthusiasm. But hey, I’m a kid at heart. :D
I always believe that you’re never too old for theme parks. NEVER!!! They don’t spend millions and millions to build rides that will bring school kids crying home, no.. Those are adult’s rides. In a way, theme parks are meant for grown ups like us. Despite most of my macho-act-grown-up-and-mature friends keep telling me otherwise. Hmph!
The star spot of this town, however, is this.
Yea, I only recognized the first two words.
Where you find Mickey’s hedge plant at his front yard.
Mickey bush... don't get any wrong idea
And his pet, Pluto.
My suggestion is, unless you’re really a big big big big fan of Mickey AND you cannot NOT visit Mickey when you go to Disneyland, else you will die and the whole point of you visiting Disneyland at all is just to see a mouse…
I strongly suggest that you either come really really early to the park, or don’t visit this house at all.
The queue is manic. You might not see it from outside, when there’s hidden spiraling queues hidden inside. It will take an idiot just to stand for hours just to get to the front porch.
Yes, I’m that idiot.
And I bring to you, Mickey Mouse House.
Nicolekiss in da house~
Everything in this house is so fakely big and colourful. What’s the word? Ermm… Very.. cartoonish…
Super antique washing machine
I wish I can live in a house like this.
Though I can do without the fake broom and mop.
Or a fake garden
Fake flowers pots stack up slantingly just seems unnecessary.
Then I saw some really classic Mickey old old posters.
And photo frames of the old Mickey and Minnie image.
And finally, MICKEY!!!
Two mice in da house! (wait, I’m a rat zodiac)
On my way out I manage to wait for my turn among the other kids of 3-6 years old to get a ride in Mickey red mini.
Do you know all the photos with me inside are taken by anonymous visitors of the park?
Including this one standing in front of Minnie’s house.
taken by the staff there
The rest of Toon Town is pretty much filled with brilliant outstanding rainbow colours and exaggerated furnitures.
Chip and dale treehouse
Even the birds seem to get confused with the oddly beautiful place.
I highly recommend people to save up enough money to make that dream to Japan come true next year. Because you know what, year 2008 is the year where Tokyo Disneyland celebrates its 25th anniversary and the grand opening is going to be massive.
So finally, I present to you. Toon Town of Tokyo Disneyland!!
Notice the grandpa pushing a wheel-chaired grandma in the pic?
He helped me took this photo in front of the Roger Rabbit fountain.
Not a bad shot ei?