Tuesday, August 23, 2011


Day 1 – 10 things about your lolita bubble.
Day 2 – 10 things you love about lolita.
Day 3 – 10 things you hate about lolita.
Day 4 – 10 different kinds of food you like.
Day 5 – 10 items on your wishlist.
Day 6 – 10 things you can’t live without in lolita.
Day 7 – 10 people who inspire your lolita style.
Day 8 – 10 songs that inspire your inner lolita.
Day 9 – 10 things you will never do in lolita.
Day 10 – What’s in your lolita bag?
Day 11 – A day in your lolita life in pictures.
Day 12 – A picture of yourself before lolita came in to your life.
Day 13 – A picture of your favorite sweets.
Day 14 – A picture of your dream item.
Day 15 – A picture of your last lolita purchase.
Day 16 – Your outfit for the day.
Day 17 – What do you want more then anything right now?
Day 18 – A picture of your favorite lolita style.
Day 19 – What’s in your make-up bag?
Day 20 – A picture of a lolita friend.
Day 21 – Your favorite fictitious lolita.
Day 22 – A picture of your room.
Day 23 – A picture of your handwriting.
Day 24 – A picture of you from a meet.
Day 25 – Your favorite lolita themed artwork.
Day 26 – Your Facebook profile picture.
Day 27 – A song that fits your favorite lolita style.
Day 28 – A picture of the perfect lolita location.
Day 29 – A picture of a lolita you would love to meet for real.
Day 30 – A photo of yourself taken today and 3 good things that have happened over the last 30 days.

★10 different kinds of food you like.★

1. Rice
Coming from an Asian and Pacific Islander/Polynesian background, there really isn't a way to break from its sticky white grasp~
2. Japanese Curry
There is something different about this particular type of curry, it almost has a sweet undertone to it.

Cherries are one of my favorite fruits. My favorite way to eat them are just plain or in a fruit salad along with honeydew melon and dragon fruit.

4. Matcha Roll Cake
First had this as a child when my grandmother brought some with her from Japan. Since then, I've always been intrigued by green tea flavored things but this would have to be my favorite.
After arriving in Hawaii I saw this stuff everywhere. It looked very similar to sashimi so I thought I would try it. This stuff is sooo delicious~ my favorites would be ahi limu and onion tako~
6. Karamucho Chips
Spicy little potato sticks~ the taste is almost like a cross between barbeque and kimchi flavor.

So Delicious~ favorite ones would be Ebi,Inari,Maguro and Ika~

Taiyaki is a fish shaped fried sandwich type sweet usually filled with azuki bean paste. Our old taiyaki press broke and I've been looking for this Magikarp one for quite some time with no luck...

9. Shave Ice
Nothing cools off a hot day in Hawaii better than shave ice. The best way to eat these flavorful globs of ice is with ice cream, azuki bean paste and topped off with sweetened condensed milk.

10.Mont Blanc
Macarons and an assortment of cakes seem to dominate the Lolita sweets preference leaving this little guy in the back of the glass case. This things are absolutely delicious~ I first tried them in Japan and was hooked. Luckily there is a bakeshop around here that has them from time to time.

Until next time,


  1. Delicious! Stop, you are making me miss Hawaii food so much. ; ^ ;

    Tako poke is the best~ I tried a Japanese kind here that was more sweet, with ginger! They called is "Octopus salad" but I was like "Fool this is poke =/".