Shopping Mall in Nagoya

February 15, 2017 Nagoya, Aichi Prefecture, Japan

Before having dinner at Miyuki, we had to kill time before our reservation so we decided to walk to Aeon Mall. I love shopping but I think I get more excited with window shopping more plus it doesn't cost a penny to do it.
I noticed that most malls in Japan are always empty so I have no idea how the stores ever make money. Maybe I went on a weekday when everyone was working. But even the Eaton's Centre has more people milling around on a weekday.
I get excited window shopping in Japan because everything is so kawaii!! (cute)! I always guard my purse though because kawaii means spending money for me. Haha.
I wanted to buy a lot of kitchen equipment but thankfully I have no room inside my luggage so that was safe for me.
And I love all the simple furniture's. Totally my style!
I wanted that couch! Looks super comfortable!

I can't believe it's February already. It's my birthday month! And I can't wait to celebrate it. Getting old isn't so bad when you have freedom to do what you want. Although, this past couple of weeks hasn't been the easiest, I know the only way to get through any set backs is to keep on going. Never give up! 


  1. I find I really like Japanese chains so I bet I'd love shopping there!

    Jane / deluminators

  2. There are a few Japanese stores that opened in a mall near me (a nearby city is full of Asians) and I love the aesthetic. Everything is minimalistic, kawaii, and very "streamlined" for life. I get very tempted with kawaii things when window shopping, too, but I make myself think of all the stuff I already have it home. It helps! :p


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