Tokyo day 3 was all about food!!! You can call me a foodie :D

 First thing we had in the morning was McDonald's because we girls wanted to try out their exclusive Japan-only Sakura pork burger. The burger (inner part) and soft drinks we had were in sakura pink colour to celebrate the cherry blossom occasion. After a messy burger feast, we girls have work to do with Nylon Japan team. Initially it was just Jane doing a solo shoot with them, but she suddenly told us they want me and Ash to get in as well. Both of us were surprisingly happy. Both Aya and the photographer (also our driver) were very down to earth and I really hope we can have more opportunities to work together in future. While waiting for this street style shoots being published, you guys can look for me in Nylon Japan May Issue. I'm not sure if you can get the mag in Malaysia, perhaps you can check with Kinokuniya book store :)

While strolling around the streets at Shibuya-ku, Ash again craved for crepes and we waited outside because we didn't want to have crepes. Jane and I were trying to find a good coffee place but it seemed like most of the people we met in Tokyo doesn't drink specialty coffee. Ended up we went into Partyland and get froyo crepes. It wasn't the best dessert, but it wasn't the worst. But you all must at least eat once when you come Japan. I believe there are many good cafes making super yummy crepes, so till the next trip I'll find them out and share with you guys. Pink promise.  

At night, we met Povy for dinner @ Kani Doraku, Ginza. It was probably one of the most expensive meal we had during our entire Japan trip. The restaurant is famous of its snow crabs, I personally prefer eating raw crabs. Because Huannie and Jane doesn't eat uncooked food, so we ordered a barbecued crab set for sharing. It is about 5000 to 9000 yen per set and it is good for sharing. The moment we said we were so stuffed by the crabbie meal, there the waitress handed us a dessert menu. We ordered all the  4 desserts on the lists. What a wonderful dinner with my travel BFF, Povy Teng. During the dinners, we both realized we often travel to the same country at the same period. Maybe we both should plan our girly trip? Bangkok maybe? :p

Besides Tokyo food 101, I've a great news to share with you guys. My old friend, Joe Chia has officially launched its Chapter 4 - In the Name of Liberty. You can check out Joe Chia's FW14 lookbook here. For purchase enquiries, please email or visit their pop-up store, Thisappear located at 20/2 Jalan Telawi 3, Bangsar Baru (opposite Alexis).
My top 5 picks from this collection. Can't wait for JoeChia02 which will have more designs for womenswear!!!

While feeding yourself by my foodporn, don't forgot to show some loves for our local design. Wish to see you boys in these looks someday in the KL streets maybe? :p