Saturday, 19 January 2013

Japan Family Trip : Day 6 (Akihabara,Tokyo Mosque & Turkish Centre, and Harajuku)

13th February 2012 
Day 6 in Japan :
  • Visit the Akihabara Electric Town.
  • Visit & Pray at Tokyo Camii (Tokyo Mosque).
  • Visit Harajuku.

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The journey was started. :)
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At the Railway Station.

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This is  really cool!! A touch screen vending machine!! Click here for more details.
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Arrived at Akihabara Electric Town.

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SEGA Building
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Cellphone Solar Chargers

Electronic Components

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If you ever play MetropolisMania, you'll feel like this picture just came right out of the game.
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Very cute miniature dolls.

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Action Figures in one of the Anime Store.

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Kara Vending Machine in front of the Anime Store.
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Akihabara is well-known for the Anime & Electronic Gadgets.
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The streets of Akihabara.
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People crossing the streets in the Akihabara District of Tokyo,Japan.

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My father was taking a picture of the streets.
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Dah lapar,jadi makan time! Ini Udon's restaurant display window.

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I think this was the Japanese Soy Souce.
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Udon!! First time tasting it though. :)

There was a selection whether you want to have the Japanese Tea or Plain Water.

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After we had our lunch, we were making our way to visit Tokyo Camii (Tokyo Mosque) .
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It was so cold, my nose was running red.
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The busy streets in front Tokyo Camii.
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The front door of Tokyo Camii.


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Looks like a reception desk.
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Balcony

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Carved Stonework
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The trees here semua halus-halus.

All of us wouldn't miss the chance to pray and solat here.

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Artwork at the arch of the Mosque.
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Beautiful Chandelier

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That is where the Muslimah perform their solat. It is separated from the man.
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Mimbar

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The Holy Al-Quran

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Doa & bersyukur kerana dapat sampai di sini.
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This chandelier is very cool kan? cantik sangat. :)

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Cami which means Mosque in Japan.
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Turkish Centre

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You can visit here, for more details.
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This picture is well captured.

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Souveniers to buy.
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Miniature size of the Mosque.

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Found a Danish Bar at the Railway Station. See,my mom is really excited, She really likes bread & pastry. It is her favourite. ;)
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Munch-munch-munch..right now, terus bergerak ke destinasi yang terakhir! Harajuku!

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Finally,the streets of Harajuku.
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It was like a shopping place, can you see GAP there?

Just outside of the Harajuku Station.

We were all finishing our Danish Bar, lapar sikit time ni.

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SoftBank

Night view in Harajuku.

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YM Square Harajuku
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Lots of sales here and cute shoes.
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The streets of Harajuku.

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Original Turkish Style Kebab
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Kebab Box



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The Kebab!
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H&M. I bought Syafiq Helmi's souvenirs here. :)

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Lots of Shops here!

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I had the chance to visit a Kpop Store there.
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There were many of the Kpop Album. This here in the picture is the G-Dragons Heartbreaker Album.


I had a chance to bought an SM SNSD (Girls' Generation) 2009 Official 1st Cheering Towel at the store. SNSD fan it is! :)   


I google online and found this cheering towel that they sell online on EBay.
I am quite surprise that the price is so expensive.
RM265.14 just for  a cheering towel. Including the postage of course.
Hu..very expensive. When I bought mine, it was just RM48.00.
 Such a difference in price.
See,click here.


Daiso Harajuku - 100 Yen Shop.
 This is one of the largest 100 Yen Shops in central Tokyo, offering a wide array of goods, including clothing, kitchenware, food and stationary on multiple floors at 105 yen per item. It is located only a few steps from Harajuku Station along Takeshita Dori.

Daiso ni macam kedai RM1 kat sana.
Bila 100 Yen tukar pada duit Malaysia, jadi RM4.
Daiso had open many outlets in Malaysia too. But it cost RM5 per item.
RM1 itu untuk charge penghantaran dari Jepun kot.

Anyway,ini sahaja untuk hari ini.
Thank you for sapring your time reading this.
Till then. :)


Please do check my other days in my family trip in Japan.