I always have a soft spot for Kyoto, no matter how many times I've been there - this big city always excites me with its "small-town" feel! Here is where you can experience the rich old history and the modern feel of a city as you walk around. Not to mention, all beautiful striking Temples, the stunning Senbon Torii, the peaceful Bambo Forest, and last but not least, the divine taste of MATCHA!

Kyoto is home to Uji, a small city that is famous for producing Matcha - Uji Matcha is considered as the highest quality of Japanese green tea. While drinking Matcha straight (usually dissolved in water or milk) is highly recommended, Matcha is also used to flavor a variety of confectioneries and desserts!


Ramen has always been a favorite comfort food of mine! Talking about Ramen Nagi, although they started from Japan, my first encounter with theirs was actually in Hong Kong. Soon after a sip of their broth, I instantly fell in love and now couldn't be more happy to celebrate their opening at Suntec City


Miffy hops to Singapore to celebrate
Kumoya’s 1st Anniversary!
In celebration of Kumoya first anniversary in the month of October 2017,
we are glad to present to you “Miffy meets Kumoya”. The collaboration is taking
place from 5 October 2017 (Thursday) to 31 December 2017 (Sunday) with Kumoya,
Singapore’s first Halal-certified Japanese-French café, being the first to bring
Miffy’s pop-up café into Singapore and Southeast Asia
Miffy hops to Singapore to celebrate
Kumoya’s 1st Anniversary!
In celebration of Kumoya first anniversary in the month of October 2017,
we are glad to present to you “Miffy meets Kumoya”. The collaboration is taking
place from 5 October 2017 (Thursday) to 31 December 2017 (Sunday) with Kumoya,
Singapore’s first Halal-certified Japanese-French café, being the first to bring
Miffy’s pop-up café into Singapore and Southeast Asia
Singaporeans can rejoice that Miffy is finally here in Singapore to celebrate Kumoya's first anniversary! The collaboration will take place from 5 October to 31 December 2017 at Kumoya, Singapore's first Halal-certified Japanese-French cafe at Jalan Klapa. 

If you are not familiar with Miffy, first of all, she's a little white bunny from Holland (not a Japanese as some of you might guess) and also becomes Dick Bruna's most popular character featured in so many books and appeals to both children and adults all over the world. 


Melaka, about 3-4 hours drive from Singapore, is a popular destination for tourists who want to catch a glimpse of Malaysia's unique heritage. Declared as a UNESCO World Heritage site in 2008 and home of the well-known Nyonya (Peranakan) cuisine, here you can find Chinese shops and Malay kampongs - all in lost-in-time feel and laid back atmosphere!