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Red Velvet → Group teaser photos

velvet-cakes:

RED VELVET IS HAVING SKINSHIP ALREADY

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rapmonsters:

girls groups that need to come back asap bc im starting to worry that they never even existed in the first place:

  • glam
  • evol
  • hello venus
  • wonder girls
  • exid
  • global icon
  • rania

We decided to pack tonight instead of stressing over it tomorrow and wow I can’t buy anything more. My suitcase is so full I hope it’s not over the weight limit sobs

3/ of AKB’s Costumes - Mushi no Ballad 

sick48:

 Mentaiko Army | Team Sukiyaki | Motsukushi Family |
Three Sisters of the Student Council | Lolita Alliance |
Team Pheromone | Church of Meroppi | Ushiroyubi Osare Crew

credit subs Blue Mentaiko

sick48:

 Mentaiko Army | Team Sukiyaki | Motsukushi Family |
Three Sisters of the Student Council | Lolita Alliance |
Team Pheromone | Church of Meroppi | Ushiroyubi Osare Crew

credit subs Blue Mentaiko
Kamonegix/UZA
AKB48/NMB48
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kamonegix:

kamonegix + uza mashup (download | uza acapella)

Day 8Off to Fujisan! Day 8 is the long awaited trip to Fuji & Hakone. We booked a tour to see mt Fuji as we didn’t really know how else to get there on our own. (especially as neither of us can drive). Our day started extra early as we needed to be downstairs for the bus at 7:45, even with our relaxed day the day before we both were quite tired. However, almost the entire trip was spent on a coach….so that wasn’t much of a problem.
I’d like to write about how amazing it was, seeing the mountain up close, and driving over it, and going on a boat on one of the lakes and then up a cable car to amazing views. But honestly all of that was overshadowed by just how long we spent on the coach. Our stop off at the half way point was only for 20 minutes (which was spent in fog) and our stop to take photos of the peak when the fog cleared on our way down was only for 2 minutes. The ‘cruise’ was barely 15 minutes and the cable car was 7 each way, with a 10 minute break up the top. Lunch was the longest break but that was spent with a fish looking me right in the eye daring me to eat it (I didn’t). So although the mountain was beautiful, and the views were incredible I would have preferred to go without the tour. It was all very rushed and I don’t think I would recommend the tour.
The Shinkansen (bullet train) however is another story entirely. This was something both of us were very excited about and had paid extra just so we could return by it. We stood at the station and watched the train from the other side stop and let people on, we got a brief look at one as it woooooshed through the station (I got about 3 seconds of footage before it had gone), and then it was time to board. The Shinkansen looked awesome, and the inside was great too! The seats are a nice size and have a ridiculous amount of leg room. The views were amazing, if a bit quick passing and the overall feel of the train was welcomed after our day on the coach. We even stayed and watched the little pink ladies clean the carriage and turn the seats around for the return journey!
Even though it can be pricey I would love to ride a Shinkansen again and hope we can in future trips. I’d also love to visit Hakone, a hot spring town, as it was just beautiful there. Though I think I’d prefer a private hot spring to a shared one. 

Day 8

Off to Fujisan! Day 8 is the long awaited trip to Fuji & Hakone. We booked a tour to see mt Fuji as we didn’t really know how else to get there on our own. (especially as neither of us can drive). Our day started extra early as we needed to be downstairs for the bus at 7:45, even with our relaxed day the day before we both were quite tired. However, almost the entire trip was spent on a coach….so that wasn’t much of a problem.

I’d like to write about how amazing it was, seeing the mountain up close, and driving over it, and going on a boat on one of the lakes and then up a cable car to amazing views. But honestly all of that was overshadowed by just how long we spent on the coach. Our stop off at the half way point was only for 20 minutes (which was spent in fog) and our stop to take photos of the peak when the fog cleared on our way down was only for 2 minutes. The ‘cruise’ was barely 15 minutes and the cable car was 7 each way, with a 10 minute break up the top. Lunch was the longest break but that was spent with a fish looking me right in the eye daring me to eat it (I didn’t). So although the mountain was beautiful, and the views were incredible I would have preferred to go without the tour. It was all very rushed and I don’t think I would recommend the tour.

The Shinkansen (bullet train) however is another story entirely. This was something both of us were very excited about and had paid extra just so we could return by it. We stood at the station and watched the train from the other side stop and let people on, we got a brief look at one as it woooooshed through the station (I got about 3 seconds of footage before it had gone), and then it was time to board. The Shinkansen looked awesome, and the inside was great too! The seats are a nice size and have a ridiculous amount of leg room. The views were amazing, if a bit quick passing and the overall feel of the train was welcomed after our day on the coach. We even stayed and watched the little pink ladies clean the carriage and turn the seats around for the return journey!

Even though it can be pricey I would love to ride a Shinkansen again and hope we can in future trips. I’d also love to visit Hakone, a hot spring town, as it was just beautiful there. Though I think I’d prefer a private hot spring to a shared one. 

its-a-cat-world:

LOOK AT THOSE LITTLE PAWS

its-a-cat-world:

LOOK AT THOSE LITTLE PAWS

sol-sapphirus489:

Takahashi Minami - AKB48 Theater 2014 July

Jessica & Krystal for Lapalette

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