Beautiful Japan

Okay buddies, I thought in today’s Cafe Siestawe try a Japanese coffee…

So I hope you’ll all enjoy this one 🙂




Click to see more of these Japan’s tasty coffee… they all look yummy to be drunk 🙂




Here I was, 13 years ago as a Geisha.  ( I served coffee and donut in Japan lol?!%!?!)
Also a six year old me beside a Japanese bamboo tree…



Japan is a classic example of a dynamic country with a workable plan,

making the best of what it has. It serves as a role model for the world.

Turn up your speakers to enjoy the enchanting music.


Are you all ready? Okay let’s go to




I want more donut please?

Enjoy your weekend!


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  1. Mr. Militant Negro says:

    Reblogged this on The Militant Negro™.

  2. Reblogged this on allaboutlemon-All Around, In, And Out Of My Own Universe and commented:

    I just thought of having a coffee today… would you like to join me?

  3. Such a beautiful geisha 🙂

  4. Love your kimono. I wore one when I visited my sister in Japan.
    I love Japan. The people are amazing and it’s a beautiful country.

    • Thanks so much Tracy. My sister worked too in Japan and my father worked as a Captain of the Japanese International Cargo Ship for a long time. He is retired now, My father bought that kimono in Japan and according to him, it was the original one and it was very expensive.
      I haven’t been to Japan yet but my daughter and son were just there 3 weeks ago for the Japan Karate Tournament. I wish to visit Japan one day 🙂

  5. Gosh! I had no idea you’d gone to Japan to open a Lemons R Us Bath House– cool! And I like how you wore that antenna in your hair so customers could order donuts from their cell phones– excellent! I like the idea of sitting in a big tub of hot coffee. And instead of little rubber ducks, you can have donuts floating on the surface. When the tub is empty– you’re done!! : P

  6. Love that coffee! So cute! You look cute as a geisha as well 😉

  7. OyiaBrown says:

    Reblogged this on Oyia Brown.

  8. The coffee… wow !


  1. […] And up to this moment, I still have that hangover for drinking too much Japanese Coffee in our last Cafe Siesta […]

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