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Xenoblade Chronicles 2 Review

I enjoyed Xenoblade Chronicles for both its gameplay, open world and presentation. I liked it so much that when I sold my Wii along with its games to clear up clutter I ended up buying it again for the New 3DS. So, needless to say I was really excited when a new game was revealed for the Switch. I was even going to hold out on the Switch until...


Hiking in Hong Kong - Trail Section 8 Dragon's Back

Hong Trail Section 8 AKA "Dragon's Back" is referred to as the "best hiking trail in Asia" by a lot of English travel guides so I had to see for myself after tackling Wilson's Trail Section 2. It's longer at 8.5km instead of 6.6km but supposedly easier....


Hiking in Hong Kong - Wilson's Trail Section 2

I go to Hong Kong quite often so I've pretty much been to all the tourist traps. Since I usually hang out in the shopping centres (or plazas as they call them locally) I decided to try and find something different to do this time. Hiking. Originally I wanted to cover the more notable "Dragon's Back" first because it was supposedly easier...


A Tour Around The ToySoul 2017 Exhibition

I've never been to a pop culture related exhibition in Hong Kong before but then I saw an ad for this toy exhibition "Toysoul" and decided to pop along to see if it was something worth visiting for a Japanese pop culture fan. You can get 1 day pass ticket from 7 Eleven for HK$30 which is really just a receipt than a fancy looking ticket. If you...


How To Guide to Shopping and Importing from Japan

If you ever keep yourself up-to-date with the latest news about products in Japan I'm sure there are a lot of exclusive items you'd want to get a hold of. So, here's a guide with a list of services I've used over the years and a number of things you should be aware of if you're in the UK. As you know, everything in the UK is sold with VAT Value...


Tokyo Xanadu Visual Guide Artbook Review

So I decided to import this A4 160 page "visual guide" artbook. Unfortunately, the wrapper arrived damaged because the proxy service Tenso.com I used didn't re-wrap or pad out the parcel before sending it over... Ah well, at least the book itself is fine =/ So, what are the contents of this artbook? It's actually quite thin but pretty...