12 April 2012

Germany - Puri Kura!

 I was really really happy be able to Puri Kura with Thanh Thao and Theresa and Mr Nice Guy

We used the machines a total of 4 times We (Mr Nice Guy and I)had trouble using it the first time, but we asked a nice Japanese lady and she guided us ^_^  She didn't understand my German, so we spoke English ^^;


Thanh Thao and Theresa showed us how it was meant to be done, we were so bad! 


  There were several Japanese Stores, where we spent most of our money :p I bought some stationary.



I bought some squared notebooks for us aswell to help us improve our Chinese writing :)

Mr Nice Guy bought me loads of Japanese magazines! I felt bad, because he didn't spot anything that he wanted for his birthday :( He mentioned I was difficult to buy for because I'm not a chocolcate or plushie girl, but he still manages to spoil me :x


 
 I met a nice girl aswell, I was really impressed by the styles we saw on the street whilst in Germany!


What do you think of Puri Kura?
It was 6 Euros per go, but you get like 20mins worth of fun with decorating and drawing. I carry them around with me in my wallet :) 


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32 comments:

Kiki said...

Oh, Rilakkuma notebook! So sweet! I love that lazy bear : 3

I love the girl's style, it's really individual and detailed : )

Miki's scrapbook said...

Awe, what a fun tour, Grace! I want to go there, too, hehe :p.

Hope you're having a great day!

Miki.

Donkuri said...

cute purikura!

Saara said...

hahah.. I kind of live in Germany, cause my grandparents etc. lives there. and well, when I come from really boring Finland to Berlin I´m like OMGOMG so much styles, so much new things :D And when I come back to Finland my friends are like wtf. are you wearing and as example from last trip :what is bubbletea. Was one question of my friends :D

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Lisa said...

omgosh naka!! my post today is on DUSSELDORF GERMANY TOO!!! i was just at that bookstore too bahahah.. so funny.. especially since our most recent posts are about japantown :p i love your sticker pics so adorable!!

Sam said...

Hi dear, thanks for visiting. Cute post! What does 'Puri Kura' translate into?

Mr Nice Guy said...

Im really no where up to the blogging standard of you lol your post about the purikura is sooo cute.

and I dont spoil you half as much as I wish i could.

☆ A i k o ☆ said...

So cute!

btw, I sent you an e-mail <3

sonia de macedo said...

I love your stationary finds! Cute!

Have an awesome weekend!
Sonia
xoxo
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ねこちゃん said...

awww I love purikura!! too bad we haven't got any purikura machines here in switzerland.. Can't wait to take some when back in japan!! :D

ねこちゃん said...

awww I love purikura!! too bad we haven't got any purikura machines here in switzerland.. Can't wait to take some when back in japan!! :D

FashionGeek said...

omg are those japanese magazines,?
can't wait to see you on my blog once again.
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lygo said...

Oh you have a such a nice blog! Purikura is so nice ♥ I went to purikura while I were in Tokyo with my friend, but she chose the machine that made eyes bigger, it suits to her but i looked like an alien...

❖❖мoɴιcα-αι❖❖ said...

you got such cute stuff!! and love the purikura!

((*natsi*)) said...

oooh so nice purikura!!
in barcelona to the passt have a purikura machine but today doesn't exist ;__; is very dificult in spain making purikura >_<

Thanh Thao said...

Awww, such a cute post!!! You know what I forgot to do?? I should've taken a picture of the Purikura while thy were on the huge display, I usually do that (like in my last post) but somehow forgot to the time with you guys, maybe ot was the excitment of taking Puris with you for the first time XDDDD

Waaa, I'd love to have the Popteen, too!! :) You are so lucky girl to get spoiled so much XD

Lilli said...

Your finds are so lovely!:) Kisses!

Katrina said...

I`v never tries puri kura but it looks so amazing and fun! The girl you took a photo of is really cool - so much color!

>'.'<

Alexandriaweb said...

I have never Purikura'd...I must fix this sometime :D

Kym said...

ah, everything is so cute!! i totally miss taking photos like that - i used to do that a lot with my friends when we were in high school. it costed a lot of money though :P

Laura Go said...

i LOVE purikura! but haven't done it in a LOOOOOONG time. They're so cute!

♥ laura
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Bonnie said...

I have never seen anyone dressed like that around here. How fun!

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The Girl with the Coffee said...

I never tried Puri Kura, where did you find the machine for it?
xx Katja

CookieCat said...

haha :D Me and my honey had problems with the purikura machine in düsseldorf too, when we first used it. luckily the pictures were okay, but we chose a too small size >.<

Shop N' Chomp said...

I <3 Rilakkuma!! I think Puri Kura is really fun but I've never tried it. o.O

mr. pineapple man said...

I used to love doing this!

Gerrytales said...

Oooo my friends and I use to take lots of sticker photos. We grew older and now no one wants to take them with me anymore :( It's been over a year since I've taken them. Shall force my friends to take them again hehehehe

Carla Florendo said...

I love Puri Kura,. we used to have a lot of them around but eventually most of the shops closed down. I guess lomo cams and iphone apps became more popular here than Puri Kura. I still keep mine at home, I have a box full of Puri Kura from my high school days. most of them, it took almost an hour to decorate, hehe.... glad i read this post, reminds me so much of what i used to do with friends not involving alcohol and clubbing. so much more fun. i love your set~~

cheers, Carla

Pui said...

I took some just yesterday! I'm not great with the machines and I have no clue what to do with them after :(

MayClover said...

aww so cute, like Puri Kura a lot!!

kakuidori said...

never tried but looks like a lot of fun!!

Piperita Patty said...

Rirakkuma stationery *_*
I used purikura machines only once, in Japan, but I loved it and sometimes I use a purikura photo editing program.