Actress Arci Munoz alongside her mom Yolanda Munoz flew to Japan recently to explore the beauty of the bustling metropolis.
As expected, during her stay in the Land of the Rising Sun, the singer-actress were all dressed up in all things kawaii—from her minnie mouse printed shirt to her sailor moon printed polo, her chun li hair bun and more.
(Kawaii, according to wikipedia, is the “culture of cuteness” in Japan.)
It’s no surprise that Arci always finds her way back visiting Japan, despite travelling to different countries, because it was her childhood dream to go to the said country.
In fact, her love for the Japanese culture is superb that she even dressed up as geisha while she roamed around the streets of Japan before.
A geisha is widely known as a Japanese woman who entertains through performing the ancient traditions of art, dance and singing, and are distinctively characterized by their wearing of kimono and oshiroi makeup.
“That [was] my dream. My favorite country is Japan. And I remember when I was younger I said, ‘If I go to Japan, I might not leave,’ because I’m a fan of anime. So when I was there, it was on my list of things to do.” said Arci in one of her past interviews.
She added, “There were people who wanted to take pictures with me because they thought I was Japanese. It was a dream come true for me. I even wanted to bring home a kimono but it’s so expensive.”
Now that she went back in her favorite place on Earth with her favorite person, Arci made sure that it will be one of the most memorable Japan trips to date.
She rode a carriage with her mom while enjoying the beautiful bamboo trees.
Their kawaii interaction with the reindeers is such a funny memory!
They went back to the happiest place in the world—Disneyland—while slaying in their kawaii outfts.
They made a wish written in wooden plaques; Arci’s mom wished for her to have a loving and caring partner in life.
They even watched a performance of Sailor Moon after they had their Sailor Moon-themed dinner.
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