Despite the very limited budget and only 20-23kg luggage allowance from PAL, I still managed to get you some stuffs from Asakusa, Tokyo Disney Resorts and Akihabara as my little pasalubong for you!
I got these 2 keychains as you’ve requested… (simple lang at maganda ang wife ko, keychain lang ang gusto!)
I bought a white Japanese tea-cup mug with faces of Sumo wrestlers engraved as design for myself (not in photo).
I also got something for our friends –chopsticks!
(FYI, my wife collects tin cans, that’s how simple she really is! So I thought these 2 tin cans with Stitch design and embossed Disney characters would delight her more than its contents. I also brought home a zippered lunch box I got from my dinner set in Tokyo DisneySea for Gabby)
‘ney, I got this ‘kikay kit’ for you with Minnie Mouse ‘s soft and chewy sweets inside…
Last but not the least…
Gabby, since I and your mom love you so much; not only because you are named 3rd Honorable Mention at your recently concluded Kindergarten graduation and has been awarded honors in your preschool’s Declamation and Academic Contests in 2 consecutive years, we think you deserve something you really want.
I (with Dr. BPS) went back to AKIHABARA ELECTRIC TOWN a day before my flight back home just to get you this present…
This is your most wanted pasalubong, right? I bought those from Ishimaru store in Akihabara; glad you like it, anak!
Now you have both your gameboy and this new Sony PSP with 4-gig memory stick to enjoy during the summer break! But promise me and your mom that you’ll continue to be a good boy and a smart preschool pupil, OK?
I love you ‘ney and Gabby!
Dear Kind Readers,
Beyond Toxicity will be celebrating its 3rd anniversary on May 08, 2010. Because of this, I thought of giving away little something from my Tokyo trip. No, it’s not the PSP I bought for Gabby, but these wonderful pairs of authentic Japanese chopsticks; all yours when you join and win the small blog-contest that I will be throwing before this month ends (will be only open to all readers within the country and abroad who can provide mailing address within the Philippines ). Simple and easy mechanics will be posted on the last week of April so stay tuned.
Now, who wants these chopsticks?
This ends my 14-part-Letters about Tokyo series. Thanks for following!
Sayonara and Arigato Gozaimasu, Tokyo!