Posts from December 2012

Weekend Snapshots

hope you all had a lovely christmas – i spent it back at home in atlanta with my friends and family. of course there was lots of food involved, especially since it was my birthday i didn’t hold back (time to get back to my healthy eating habits!) i can’t believe we are only a few days away from ringing in the new year! i wanted to say thank you to everyone who has contributed to my feeding
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Kyoto, Japan [Part Two]

we had some tasty udon right before we visited the kiyomizu-dera temple – the temple was heavily crowded (on a thursday), which was a bit of a disappointment, but it was a great view of the city. i know people love kyoto for the temples and shrines but my favorite part was nishiki market! lots and lots of food, more so groceries than a street food type of market. some of the vendors let you sample their food
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Kyoto, Japan [Part One]

kyoto was a beautiful city, i had heard so many great things about it from friends and got some awesome travel tips from jeanine. i really enjoyed the contrast of roaming around kyoto versus the crowded streets of tokyo. there are so many temples and shrines in kyoto it was impossible to see them all while we were there. here are some pictures from our visit to the fushimi inari-taisha shrine and walking around the streets of kyoto.
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Happy Weekend!

how awesome is this cheeseburger leaf? i saw it on ace hotel’s blog and fell in love. hope you all enjoy your weekend! PHOTO BY BROCK DAVIS
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Osaka, Japan | Yamazaki Distillery

if you know me personally you’ll know that i don’t drink, but when all your travel buddies are excited about yamazaki whisky we had to make a trip to the distillery. while the tour itself wasn’t that exciting (they provided english translator headsets but the audio was much longer than the physical tour itself) it was a beautiful space that i loved photographing. PHOTOS BY JENNIFER CHONG
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Tokyo, Japan [Part Two]

you can’t be a food lover and not visit the tsukiji fish market right? my friends and i woke up at 4am to check this out, although i have to admit i was a little disappointed because you don’t get a whole lot of information from the tuna auction. however it was still a sight to see. we ate at daiwa sushi afterwards, it was probably the best i’ve ever had. all of us (and pretty much everyone
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Instagram Love + Arthur Chang

i can’t recall how i discovered arthur chang but i can tell you i was immediately blown away. stunning landscapes with fluffy white magical clouds. arthur doesn’t just have incredible iphoneography skills, he has an amazing photography portfolio that covers everything from landscapes to engagements – you can see here. prepared to be inspired people – follow him @artchang PHOTOS BY ARTHUR CHANG | LAYOUT BY JCHONG STUDIO + YOU CAN ALSO FIND MY INSTAGRAM SNAPSHOTS @JCHONGSTUDIO +
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Tokyo, Japan [Part One]

i can’t believe its been over a month since i left for japan and taiwan. it was such an amazing trip, i don’t even know where to begin! japan was absolutely amazing, i really wish i was able to spend more time there, note to future japan travelers 10 days is not enough! i was drawn to the people, the food (not surprisingly) and their efficiency. i’ll be sharing a few pictures from my trip over the next
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A Birthday + Holiday Wish

it’s hard to believe another year is passing and my birthday is approaching in 16 days! since it’s around the holidays most people tend to be traveling or with their families. but luckily i don’t need much i just want good company and delicious food and that pretty much makes my birthday complete. this year, i want something a little different. together with the support of you, my friends and family – i want to raise $1,000 for feeding
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December Round Up

it’s december – one of my favorite months of the year! my birthday, christmas, and new year – all jam packed into one month. (well i suppose technically new years is next month…) this month i am pinning all my favorite holiday things and gift ideas onto my anthropologie pinterest board follow along for some holiday cheer! also be sure to check out anthropologie’s give great | 30 days of pinspiration for more gift ideas! 1. PIECRUST DINNERWARE
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