After having an awesome lunch at La Bodega, we practically roamed everywhere at Bukit Bintang till Changkat and came back to Pavilion. Apparently both Zahia and I are not much of shopping buffs and we cannot afford almost everything at Pavilion unless if we have really prepared mentally & financially to shop hahaha.
Nevertheless, at one of the top most floors, there is this cool, quite new place (opened in July 2011) called Tokyo Street. Fast & Furious! Drift! Drift! Ok I don't know I just have to sing that. =D The first time I went there was with my family, so it was my second time there and the first for Iqi.
Basically Tokyo Street is quite a spacious area which locates a number of dainty shops that offer Japanese brands & products. Gifts, household products, home decors, eateries to even spas and saloons using Japanese products. The central area was designed according to the traditional wooden Japanese shops, and the ambience is filled with Japanese pop music therefore you will literally feel like you are in Nippon-koku. =) I was lucky enough to experienced a homestay programme in Osaka when I was 16, and visited Tokyo at the end of the programme so yes Japan was incredible back then, should be more amazing now, so as for now, I cannot visit it again yet, so Tokyo Street is pretty amazing as an alternative since they have almost everything imported from Japan whether it is something you like to own or to eat. Oh not only that, they also conduct programmes from time to time such as Origami lessons, Harajuku fashion show and other programmes relevant to Japan.
|Check out the Japanese architecture. Cool huh? =)|
|Iqi in front of Toy Garden.|
|Best Buds. =)|
|Zakka Bits & Pieces. Not surprisingly, many Japanese products, you don't really need them (except for the technology area) but they just look too cute and adorable you feel like owning them. =D|
|Shizusan Tableware & Gifts. Mental note, to buy one of the teapots here for Ummi's collection insha Allah.|
|Yes! Finally a shop at Pavilion where we can buy something (or more!) Daiso the RM 5 shop. =D|
|Some things are not worth to buy at RM 5 per item, some are just worth it to buy at RM 5. Today I bought a cute, glittery pink notebook for my collection and some fake eyelashes for me to try on my clients. I love Japanese style make-up. =)|
|Oh Japan here is one cute store that caught my eye because it sells cute gifts here.|
|Serviettes with adorable Sakura or Cherry Blossom print with an adorable Japanese girl cartoon wearing Kimono. MADE IN CHINA. =D|
|This thing Iqi held reminded me of Russian dolls which I try to collect as well but selective ones. And the ones which do not cost too high.|
|Bride & Groom! =)|
|I fell in love with this! A small pouch with gorgeous Matryoshka dolls print suitable to keep your make-up products or stationeries but only this tiny was RM 99. So I snapped a photo to satisfy myself. =D|
|Yumiku here is one of the bigger shops here. It sells mostly gifts and snacks. I can see Hello Kitty there! LOVE HELLO KITTY! =)|
|Sanrio products yay!|
|A Hello Kitty & Dear Daniel notebook =) Ok I am not sure whether Dear Daniel is her boyfriend or her brother. =D|
|Awwwwww~ Aren't these just to die for?? =) My favourite Little Twin Stars & Melody's journals.|
|Assorted snacks imported from Japan.|