How are you doing?
I went to Osaka yesterday to meet up with my friend Tony and his 2 girls!
It was SO MUCH FUN~~~!
Tony married to a Japanese woman so he gets to come back to his idol land Japan every summer!
Bet very envious situation for those idol fans oversea XD!! Tony seems to enjoy every minute of it.
We met up last summer for the first time (met up twice) so this was the second time for us to meet.
Tony has 2 cute daughters named Haruka and Miki!
I met Miki last year but not Haruka. Haruka had a plan with her friend and could not come but this time, yay!!
This is Haruka, Miki and me at a 31 ice cream shop after Yakiniku.
Tony took me to the nice Yakiniku dinner. Thanks Tony———!!!
Hehe, love this pic!
This is Tony, Miki and me.
We met up a bit past 1 in the afternoon at Kid’s Plaza Osaka yesterday.
There are many fun stuffs at this plaza that we can try and experience a lot of stuffs.
You can try being a TV caster, reporter. This is how that came out!
Pretty cool, isn’t it?!?!
We have tried voice acting too! That was pretty much fun as well =D!
Haruka and Miki tried crafting as well.
Making a ghost with pieces of wood.
Left photo is Haruka and right one is Miki.
You cannot see it very well though, Miki (on the right photo) got really big and thick wood block.
I think it took her like 20 minutes to cut it XD. She got all tired up after this program XDDDDD.
Good job Miki and Haruka!!
This is Miki’s work. And this one is Haruka’s.
The instructor showed all the kids’ work at the end.
Haruka & Miki with their crafted ghosts!
Miki enjoys drums and some other music instruments.
Miki and I played “Twinkle Twinkle Little Star” together with the instrument on the right photo!
Dina-chan a friend of mine from Indonesia taught me that the instrument on the right photo is called
“angklung” a traditional Indonesian instrument!! Cooool! Thanks Dina-chan!!
Haruka is a fashion girl, trying on all kind of ethnic clothes they had =D!
Close to this dressing section, they had a big globe that you can hear greeting and some other stuffs in many languages by plugging in a telephone looking tube.
It was so much fun!
Thank you Tony, Haruka and Miki!!! Let’s meet up again next year (^3^)!!!!!
Oh for the side note, Kid’s plaza allow us to go out and re-enter on the same day.
Maybe we can go there earlier if we gonna go again and in case girls want to be there longer =D.
Sounded they did (^ ^).
For those who are interested in visiting,
the admission fee is 600yen for elementary and junior high students.
1,200yen for adult.
Ah~ tanoshikatta——– (*^0^*) !!!!!!
P.S. This is Miki last year.
Did not think she has changed that much as we met and played but comparing the photos,
she has changed a lot!!!
Her front teeth must have got the adult’s ones I just noticed by seeing this photo!!
She looked more small child like with rounder face line and all!!
The cuteness has not changed a bit though <3 <3 <3 !!