Summer in Hong Kong 2013 (Part 2)

Kawaii Pop Fest Pre-event

Many things happened on our first day in Hong Kong, so here’s the continuation of my previous post (Part 1).

Next agenda: Kawaii Pop Fest 2013 Pre-event at Dragon Centre! Kawaii Pop Fest held a special event, inviting locals and tourists to watch. The participants were Dorothy Little Happy, dempagumi.inc, and 9nine who’s scheduled to perform the next day. They had a fashion show to promote Sony’s new product line of headphones. Afterwards, each group performed two to three songs then introduced themselves.

I’m happy because whenever they go to the left side of the stage, they’ll wave and smile at me. It pays to be one of the few fangirls at the audience. (^_~) 

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Around Dragon Centre

We went to the AKB48 Official Shop after the event. Unfortunately, I wasn’t able to buy anything with Shimada Haruka or Kojima Haruna on it. I bought a 48 sticker, though.

There’s an area full of purikura machines, but we weren’t able to try one because the mall was already closing. Too bad.

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At Mongkok for Dinner

We went to the night market in Mongkok, too. We ate at a restaurant beside the middle stalls. I think its name is Teppanyaki or Ichiban? Anyways, they have a kaiten sushi. (。→∀←。)キャハ

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The price of the sushi depends on the color of the plate. There’s a paper where you have to check what you ordered, so it’s easier for the cashier to know how much they’ll charge. We also ordered ramen and got a free green tea.

Post too lengthy! Go to Part 3 for the continuation.

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