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Recently, I decided I want to make more money even though I’m earning a rather decent salary in Japan, so I did a google search on doing investment.
I guess most fans would have known this news either thru the official fanclub, the unofficial fanclub and google search that Arashi will be stopping all their group activities by end of 2020.
As a fan, I’m pretty saddened by this news as I’ve wanted to see them again after seeing them in 2009 and 2011. I was crazy about them back then, and now even though I’m not so crazy about them, I still love them as a group.
After talking out with le bf about this matter, he also mentioned that it’s about time for them to take a break, and do what they want (e.g. marriage and having a family of their own). As a fan, I do hope that they can come back as a group a few years when things have settled down for them.
No doubt I’m still sadden by the news, but I guess I’ll have to accept the reality.
Better start getting myself ready to attend their last few concerts before they suspend their activities.
Here’s a list of their upcoming concerts for their 20th Anniversary!
Concerts in 2019.
April 13, 14: Nagoya Dome
April 18, 19, 20: Tokyo Dome
April 28, 29: Fukuoka Dome
May 17, 18, 19: Sapporo Dome
August 30, 31, September 1: Kyocera Dome
October 30, 31: Tokyo Dome
November 14, 15, 16: Sapporo Dome
November 21, 22, 23: Kyocera Dome
November 29, 30, December 1: Tokyo Dome
December 6, 7, 8: Fukuoka Dome
December 13, 14, 15: Nagoya Dome
December 24, 25: Tokyo Dome
A little late for new year resolution, but nevertheless, I am still in time for it!
Was busy with my freelance work, and slowly getting a hang of my actual job.
Suddenly, this topic came into my mind, and I’m thinking whether to do a recipe/cooking series for the blog.
Ever since I’ve come to Japan, I had to cook for myself for almost every other day and my other half only the weekends, unless I’m very lazy.
Being in Singapore, I had the options of food delivery and takeouts often because the food is relatively much cheaper as compared to Japan, and my mum hopes that I don’t cook because she finds my cooking will dirty her clean kitchen.
So after moving here, I had no choice because I wanted to save some money, and eating in Japan, no doubt can be expensive, but there are some cheap food, but still on the high side. Not to mention, I need to keep my health in check. so I’ve decided to go healthy, and make my own lunch box to office.
Shall post my first recipe soon!!
Happy New Year!!
Just a sum up of this hectic and unusual year for me, it has been one of a roller coaster year for me where I made a few big decisions in my life.