Well, by the title, of course I didn't literally rob Japan. But I just felt that I took home too many good stuffs and it can almost be aptly considered a robbery HAHAHAH.
Alright, disclaimers first. Yeap, as you may already know, I made a short video on a haul back in Japan - but WAIT. Before watching the video, here are something you need to first understand:
The intention of the video is not to brag or anything of such sort.
It was purely to share my joy of shopping and anyway, the things I bought aren't really brag-worthy lol.
I was not sponsored of an amount to do the shopping (and this video). It was all out of my own pocket, and my passion in sharing.
Okay you may proceed to watching the video now hehe :D
There is a culture in Japan so special that I must share with all of you.
In any store, you can be sure that you will be treated like kings and queens - the sales assistants are so enthusiastic and polite! You will feel no such thing as "pressure" standing before the entrance of the outlet of any brand - be it big brands or indie - you are always welcomed in with the warmest greetings.
Even if you buy NOTHING in the end, you will still be whole-heartedly thanked and bode farewell to! The assistance provided is impeccable and their energy never seems to take a dip: there is simply NOTHING you can complain about their service!
Well oh well. Japan is definitely by far one of my favourite places in the world.
So here are some of the things that I got from Nagoya:
PAUL & JOE
YSL & ETTU SAIS
Oh wait, you're actually still reading?? Watch my video now la hahahah!!