Testsie Roll: Lomography CN800 | Nikon F3 | Japan

Second blog post in a year. Wow. I’m not even sure what’s happening right now lol. But yeah here I am sharing something that nobody asked for. For this Testsie Roll, I will be sharing my shots using Lomography CN800. CN means color negative for those who are not familiar with the terminology. It’s not my first time using this film stock. Actually, Lomo CN800 … Continue reading Testsie Roll: Lomography CN800 | Nikon F3 | Japan

Testsie Roll: CineStill 800T | Nikon F3 | Japan

Hi guys! Sorry for ghosting you for more than a year. There’s just too much going on with my life right now. Also, the world is in chaos so there’s that. Continuing with my Testsie Roll series where I try different film stocks and just dump them in here. So here’s my new entry: Cinestill 800T (Tungsten balanced) shot with my new film camera, the … Continue reading Testsie Roll: CineStill 800T | Nikon F3 | Japan

Bento | Japan

One of the fascinating aspects of Japanese food is their presentation. There’s even an art in making sushi. Whoa! Have you seen their bento boxes? It’s just a lunch box but there’s something in the preparation that creates this magical food specimen. Konbini or Convenience stores like Lawson, 7-11, Family Mart are widespread in Japan. Bento boxes are sold in there. Bento boxes are also … Continue reading Bento | Japan

MaRamen Salamat Po| Ishikawa, Japan

I can eat Ramen every day. That’s what I discovered when I went to Japan for a month. I love noodles specifically Pancit Canton. I survived college with the help of Pancit Canton. It came to a point that I perfected my pancit canton cooking style. Also good with soft-boiled egg, cabbage, with pandesal, etc. I want my noodles just saucy. I don’t want them … Continue reading MaRamen Salamat Po| Ishikawa, Japan

New Japanese Friends | Baguio City, Philippines

Baguio may be considered as my second home now. I’m originally from La Union, transferred to Laguna, and now living in Burkina Faso in West Africa. But still, Baguio has that soft spot in my heart. Came to Baguio to study in the University for five years. And built some of the greatest friendships that I still cherish up to now. So for my Home … Continue reading New Japanese Friends | Baguio City, Philippines