Only in Tokyo, JPN. πŸ‡―πŸ‡΅

Konnichiwa! πŸ’—

If you’ve read my previous post, you’d keep cool about my being in Japan and would not ask if I was, really, in Tokyo, Japan. πŸ€ͺ✌🏻

From the array of arrangements for each office to fit into a global celebration of Yuletide season, this one mesmerized me! Who would need a passport and VISA to travel to the Land of the Rising Sun?

Paskuan ed Kapitolyo and the vast display of lights and decorations will remain until after the new year, that’s for sure.

So before anyone asks me, again, if I am in Japan, well, just tell them to go and visit this blog post. πŸ’

Happy year-end, avid readers! I wish you all a prosperous and blessed 2019! πŸŽ‰πŸŽŠ



Meet me here in Seoul, S.K. πŸ‡°πŸ‡·

I wasn’t joking when I said, “Meet me here in Seoul.” This is part of the reality located in the province of Pangasinan.

“Paskuan ed Kapitolyo” under the present administration made this possible: every office was tasked to put on decorations reflective of the assigned country to it.

Here, Kalantiao Building was to portray South Korea.

And so, here it was.

I hope I could show to you the rest of the other nations so we could all travel across the globe this yuletide season.