7:39 AM

December has always been a stressful month for me honestly.
How so?
Maybe. Some of you already know, I'm a fourth year student now (7th semester already), I will have my last final exam as Public Health student tomorrow. I hope and will always pray I’ll graduate next year. Amen :) Of course, until I graduate, studies are my number 1 priority. Yet, I don't want to give up my other projects/works. I'm writing this in the middle of my final exam study period now. Getting extremely bored with books and handouts, I've been really sleepy this whole day and all these handouts aren't helping. Maybe a few hours creating this post and blogwalking, replying emails could give my brain a breather :) I force myself to take a break by writing a new outfit post while I stayed in Japan. I haven't got time for taking my outfit photos, so I come with old pictures I found by digging my travel diary document on my laptop.
Stayed in this hotel for two nights while touring Tokyo. Tokyo Grand Hotel is a fairly basic hotel but has everything you'd need for a few nights visit and at a reasonable rate, Although the staff spoke very little English, the reception staff were extremely helpful. This hotel is very close to the subway system. This means you can travel to anywhere in Tokyo very easily. Tokyo Grand Hotel is centrally located to many attractions of Tokyo such as Zojoji Temple, World Trade Centre Building, Tokyo Tower, Tsukiji Fish Market, Roppongi Hills, Imperial Palace and Ginza shopping district. This is the ideal base for business and sightseeing and lots of places to eat near by. 
It is very accessible to public transportation and close to Daimon and Shibakoen subways. It is also within walking distance from Homamatsu-cho bus terminal and JR station. Within the hotel's vicinity are a number of convenience stores and dining options, there is a Jonathan's restaurant directly across the road from the hotel, which is reasonably priced. This hotel is centrally located hotel with good access the rest of the city.
Western/Japanese fusion dishes are served among white tablecloths and cheerful greenery at Restaurant Pensee, open for all meals. Breakfast is a buffet.
Breakfast menu on the first day.
Breakfast menu on the second day.
The Lobby
Coffee Shop/Cafe
The rooms come equipped with basic toiletries, a hairdryer, a slippers, a yukata robe. My room is a twin bed type, is very spacious, and without any cigarette smell. The room was small but meticulously neat, well maintained also serviced well (just like most Japanese hotels), all TV channels are in Japanese, all of the air-conditioned rooms at Tokyo Grand Hotel come with a minibar and green tea, the bathroom is very nice and clean. Some rooms have a small sofa, laundry services are also available, free wired internet access, the hotel was quiet. Essentially all I needed for the stay was there. I was very pleased and satisfied with the quality given.
It’s time for me to study for final exam tomorrow. I'm sure my body will give up on me this week!! :( haha I need vitamins or energy drinks to help me survive this week! Please wish me luck for my last final exam as public student :) Happy Sunday and thank you for reading. Have a good day gorgeous readers.

AVENUE dress / NIKE shoes / EFOXCITY necklace / NYLON tights



  1. cute look! nice sneakers! I love Japan!

  2. cute pictures !!


  3. suksess bikin iri!

  4. good luck on ur final ;) And I love the camera chain ;)))

  5. woaaaa nice hotel!!!


  6. I love your pink dress and necklace! the hotel's food looks soooo good!

  7. This was the cutest photo diary. Good luck on finals love!!

    xx Sarah | Loser Girl Wins

  8. Wish you luck with your exams! You look super cute here... I ve been looking for the chain strap for my camera, yours are just perfect!

  9. Congrats and good luck on your exams! Hope your trip is going well and love your outfit :)
    Olivia | Her Name Was Celebration

  10. Cute look!!!

  11. Great post and your hair is so cool!


  12. Girl, you look incredible! I love your style! Your hat and camera strap are amazing!


  13. Love the colourful outfit cos that's the kind of outfit I would wear ;) Digging the dress and shoes!

  14. I actually got my Masters degree in Public Health. It is a great degree to have. You look great!
    Bright Shiny Day

  15. good luck with your exams btw!!! my brother was studying for his too haha.. <3

  16. your choices on colors are impressive. Love hotel culture.

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  17. It looks so great ;) You have lovely style ;))

  18. congrats on your degree! cute photos dear<3 just followed you on gfc, stay in touch!

  19. Cool hair and I love how you use that fancy chain as your camera strap, great idea !!!

  20. Awesome pics !

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  21. Lovely photos. Have a great weekend :)
    New post -

  22. Love your hair colour!
    It contrasts nicely with your bright dress. :)

  23. Cute sekali,,, Nice to visisting here,,, Appreciate this blog.

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  24. Goodluck on your finals! I'm having pretty rough exam week myself. Hope none of those woes reciprocate towards yours lol Although I'll have to say, those last two rooms look like they've seen some goodlaundry services.

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