You Want To Go Just For The Food After Seeing these Instagrammer’s Japan Pictures

shaping a food is the adorable tasks that are carried with proffesion in different places. We all have a special way of bringing home our best memories from our vacations, whether it be through buying postcards or collecting spoons. As an avid traveler that also happens to love food, Instagrammer girleatworld takes pictures of the food she eats at each of her destinations.

But they’re not just food pictures — she makes them all the more memorable by making sure she captures the locations she ate them at in the background. girleatworld, an Indonesian traveler based in Singapore, has made it her goal to visit at least one new place every year. She first discovered her love for traveling in 2010 after a trip to Thailand, and since then she has been traveling all over the world, sharing food stories and pictures on her Instagram and website.

Japan has been one of her countless destinations, and she has recorded many of the locations and yummy snacks she devoured during her trips.

Following her Instagram might be a great new way to plan your next journey, wherever that may be.

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Sushi roll, Gojoten Shrine (Tokyo)

Agedango, Ninenzaka (Kyoto)

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🍘 More emojis in the wild! This one is an Agedango at Ninenzaka, a picturesque shopping street in Kyoto. The style of old Japan has been preserved in this street and the area surrounding it. "Ninen-zaka" means "slope of two years", which comes from the legend that if you fall down the steps, you will die within two years. So watch your steps and don't fall down while admiring the beauty of this street. I found the lady selling agedango for 50 yen a piece right at the Ninenzaka steps! Agedango is a salty-sweet snack made of grilled rice flour and wrapped in nori (sea weed) 🍘. It was served fresh and hot right off the grill, so I had to wait a few mins before it cooled down 😅 delicious! #RealLifeEmoji #EmojiIRL #EmojisInTheWild #eeeeeats #ShotOniPhone6s

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Rice ball, Shimokitazawa (Tokyo)

Agedango, Owakudani (Hakone)

Hello Kitty donut, Shibuya (Tokyo)

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🍡🍡 Hanami dango amidst sakura blooms in Arashiyama, Kyoto. There are Sakura everywhere in Japan right now! 🌸🌸 I have always wanted to eat Hanami Dango myself and finally got the chance to do so yesterday. This rice cake snack is so important to japanese culture that there is even an emoji for it ->🍡 It's sakura season right now in Japan, which marks the beginning of Spring. Since sakura season only lasts about a month (usually April), it became an important tradition to go to the nearest park with picnic mats and some packed food for sakura viewing – also known as Hanami. Hanami 花見 means "watching flowers" (hana 花 = flowers; mi 見 = eyes / to watch) and Dango means "dumplings / rice cake". Japanese eats dango as snack all-year round, but this variation with pink, white and green is traditionally eaten during Hanami season. The pink color comes from azuki (red bean) and the green is from green tea 🍵! 🍃🌸🌸🍡🌸🌸🍃 #RealLifeEmoji #EmojiIRL #EmojisInTheWild #ShotOniPhone6s

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Dango, Arashiyama (Kyoto)

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🍡🍡 Hanami dango amidst sakura blooms in Arashiyama, Kyoto. There are Sakura everywhere in Japan right now! 🌸🌸 I have always wanted to eat Hanami Dango myself and finally got the chance to do so yesterday. This rice cake snack is so important to japanese culture that there is even an emoji for it ->🍡 It's sakura season right now in Japan, which marks the beginning of Spring. Since sakura season only lasts about a month (usually April), it became an important tradition to go to the nearest park with picnic mats and some packed food for sakura viewing – also known as Hanami. Hanami 花見 means "watching flowers" (hana 花 = flowers; mi 見 = eyes / to watch) and Dango means "dumplings / rice cake". Japanese eats dango as snack all-year round, but this variation with pink, white and green is traditionally eaten during Hanami season. The pink color comes from azuki (red bean) and the green is from green tea 🍵! 🍃🌸🌸🍡🌸🌸🍃 #RealLifeEmoji #EmojiIRL #EmojisInTheWild #ShotOniPhone6s

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Sakura-flavored ice cream, Arashiyama Park(Kyoto)

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