Wednesday, 18 December 2013

kawaii kurisumasu~

is it that time of the year already? As some of my lovely blog readers and dear friends may know- I love the holiday season and for now and in future I' ll always try to be home for Christmas.
As I've written before, Japanese Christmas lacks that very special warm and cozy feeling you may know since your childhood days ... I' ll never get used to that missing Christmas spirit. - And I promise, even if you haven't really gotten homesick yet, during december it's unavoidable  

low calorie Christmas cake option ^ω^
- in Japan Christmas is rather a couple/ date thing...
- But Japan never fails to get you in the right holiday mood, providing loads of Christmassy cutesy around every corner:

So even if you are far away from home- enjoy kawaii winter wonderland and all the kirakira deko with newly found friends and a cute Japanese Christmas cake


  1. Everything looks so cute and colourful :) merry christmas !

    1. yes, the cute deco definitely brightens up a grey winter day ^-^ ~ thanks for your sweet comment & Merry Christmas❤

  2. Merry Christmas! I spent Christmas in Tokyo a couple of years ago, and I know what you's not the same as in Europe or America. It must be extra tough for you, though...*nobody* does Christmas like the Germans! All those wonderful markets... <333

    1. Merry Christmas Rhiannon-chan❤ so you had the Japanese Christmas experience already and are able to relate ^ω^ ... there are some German Christmas markets in Tokyo- but not as cute as the originals and so expensive >.<'

  3. Oh sweetie very cute pics, I really like! I hope you have Happy Holidays~

  4. Amazing X-mas atmosphere! Beautiful photos (。♥‿♥。)

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  5. I hope you enjoy Christmas!!
    These photos are so kawaii (^O^)

  6. Hey, erinnerst du dich noch, dass du mal überlegt hattest, mir etwas über Fahrräder in Japan zu berichten? Mein Projekt läuft noch - also, wenn du Lust und Zeit hast...
    Hier mal ein Überblick:
    Würd mich superdoll freuen, wenn du dich meldest...
    Liebe Grüße

  7. Japan! Was man da nicht alles findet *___*

  8. Liebe Puchi,
    haha nein mein Mann ist auch Deutscher so wie ich :) Aber wir wollten beide gern einen japanischen Namen weil wir so viel mit Japan verbinden und wir unserem Kind einen besonderen Namen mit Bedeutung mit auf den Weg geben wollten :)
    Danke dir für deinen lieben Kommentar!

    Alles Liebe

  9. All the Christmas items are SOOOO adorable! x.x~!

  10. So cute!! I love your pictures!
    I love Christmas time <3