Tuesday, January 26, 2016

Japanese Beauty Haul

If there was anything I wanted to get in Japan, it was beauty products. They are obviously doing something right with their skin care products that why they have such nice skin. Prior to the trip, I did my research and got a bunch of stuff that other people recommended.

I got most of my stash at drugstores which were literally all over Japan. I didn't get a lot because I'm not very much of a "beauty product" kind of girl but lately I've been trying to change that and paying more attention to the products I use.


If there's anything I researched a lot before I went to Japan, it was a good mascara. I have a fascination for beautiful lashes but I don't wear mascara because I don't like the mess it makes when you remove them. I wanted something that won't smudge but would be easy to remove with just soap and water as well.

My research led me to Canmake Mascaras. Canmake boasts of their fiberwig technology which supposedly coats each lash making them look thicker and longer. It is also supposedly easy to remove because it comes off with just soap and water and falls off like small barrels. That sounds amazing, isn't it??

Canmake sounds pretty amazing (and cheap) so I decided to try their powder as well. The mascaras, I've only used twice and they're good so far, but I'll do a separate post for my review so watch out for that :)

Next, one of the Japan's cult favorites: Lululun face masks.

I've been getting into face masks lately and I was excited to try these masks from Lululun. It is not individually wrapped, and I got a 7-day set which meant the pack had 7 sheets inside. The sheets were stuck to each other and pulling one out is a bit messy. I'm not sure if it is effective on me (it didn't feel so different) but I think it moisturized my skin and I didn't break out which is a good thing.

Lastly, the holy grail of my Japan beauty products haul:

This is the Shisheido Speedy Perfect Whip facial cleanser. This baby is amazing! It comes out as a foam and it leaves your skin really soft and clean. I'm used to face scrubs so using a light foam took a bit of getting used to for me at first but I loved how soft it left my skin. The downside however is that after weeks of using it, my blackheads came back so I still use a scrub every so often to address that. But overall, for an everyday facial cleanser, this baby from Shisheido gets a two thumbs up for me!

Thank you Japan for making me pretty! Buying foreign products is so enjoyable!

Related Posts:

Foodie Friday: Okonomiyaki
NinJay in Japan: NinJay in Japan
Osaka - Best of Osaka
Nara: Nara in a Day
Kyoto: Left my heart in Kyoto
Nagoya: Twinkling Lights in Nagoya
Hakone: Art and Nature in Hakone
Tokyo: Tokyo Highlights
Beauty: Japanese Beauty Haul

Thursday, January 21, 2016

Tokyo Highlights

The final leg of our epic 12-day, 6-state, Japan adventure took us to Tokyo. The Tokyo leg of our trip is the most laid back leg. We planned not to do too much then and just go shopping and eating. Apart from Tokyo Disneyland, our itinerary consisted of just random tours to areas that interested us.

1. Akihabara and Tokyo Anime Center 
EJ is a fan of Anime so a stop in Akihabara to see the Gundam Cafe and Tokyo Anime Center is necessary! I'm not a fan of anime but looking at my boyfriend's face as he looked around, recognizing the anime characters was just precious. It's so nice to see the love of your life excited and happy :)

2. Imperial Palace, Hachiko Statue, Shibuya Crossing, Meiji Shrine, Tokyo Skytree, Roppongi Spider, Harajuku
We didn't spend so much time at the tourist spots in Tokyo. We merely passed by them, took a picture and went on our way. I guess we did a sort of "essential Tokyo" itinerary. Just because we were in Tokyo and we should go see those places.

We went to Harajuku primarily to shop! It was our last full day in Tokyo and we had to buy pasalubong for all our relatives and friends (more on our shopping trip in our next posts!). We waited till the last day because we went around Japan via trains and we lugged our luggage with us all the time. Thankfully, EJ was with me and helped me carry them especially in stations with elevators.
Yes, we went to Pablo's cheesecake (top left), home of the gooey raw cheese cake! And it is VERY good!
Tokyo is so modern and cosmopolitan, and yet it was very quiet. The people there didn't talk in stations or even loudly inside restaurants. There were a lot of people and you would think it would be chaotic but surprisingly, it wasn't. No one was talking, just a lot of people walking. They do seem like robots sometimes because of it. It was definitely an interesting aspect of the city.

We dropped by the Line store too because Line is the main messaging app we use to communicate. We actually use a lot of other apps like viber, imo, whatsapp, and FB messenger but we use Line the most often because we find the stickers and emojis really really cute!

3. Tokyo Disneyland
...because a trip to Japan wouldn't be complete without dropping by the happiest place on earth :)

4. Ninja Akasaka Restaurant
And finally, the highlight of our Tokyo trip (at least for me): The Ninja themed restaurant!


When I found out there was a ninja-themed restaurant in Tokyo, I immediately put that in our itinerary. I mean, it's my ninja dreams right there! How can I not?? EJ called the restaurant 2 days before to get us a reservation. The restaurant itself is a bit on the high end, but we wanted to do it anyway.

From the outside, the restaurant is pretty much hidden. And that's actually what got me excited at first! It looked so mysterious! And when you go in, you have to go through tunnels, secret passages, hallways that close behind you, and just things that make you feel like you're in a secret place! It was a bit scary at first cause it was dark and you had a "ninja" guide. I was half expecting someone to come out of the shadows or something :P

The food were super interesting! They were shaped like weapons or had special effects in them. See the Katana piercing the grapefruit on the middle picture? When I pulled the Katana out, smoke came out! How cool is that??

I had so much fun at the ninja restaurant. It was definitely the highlight of our trip to Tokyo! Thank you, thank you! If you wanna check it too, you may visit their website for more information: www.ninjaakasaka.com

Thank you Japan for the epic trip! It was a long, tiring, but memorable trip of a lifetime! It's the first trip we took as a couple and we look forward to having more trips in the future!

Related Posts:

Foodie Friday: Okonomiyaki
NinJay in Japan: NinJay in Japan
Osaka - Best of Osaka
Nara: Nara in a Day
Kyoto: Left my heart in Kyoto
Nagoya: Twinkling Lights in Nagoya
Hakone: Art and Nature in Hakone
Tokyo: Tokyo Highlights
Beauty: Japanese Beauty Haul

Wednesday, January 20, 2016

Art and Nature in Hakone

The bulk of our trip to Japan featured places that highlighted Japan's natural resources and geography. It is full of natural wonders, trees, foliage, mountains, and things that were more "traditional". The next area in our Japan tour is like a mix of all the elements that we liked most about Japan-- it had nature and temples and art and most importantly-- it had the iconic Mt. Fuji.

The view of Mt. Fuji on the cable car down to Lake Ashi
We took the Sagano Romance Train from Shinjuku Station in Tokyo. We also bought the Hakone one-day pass so we can get around Hakone without having to pay every time. The pass also gave us discounts to attractions like the Hakone Open Air museum. You can actually opt for a regular train ride to Hakone but we took the romance train because of one thing... the VS Romance Train BENTO!!!

How cute is that?? And the food isn't bad at all. It was actually very tasty. And what's awesome about it is that you can keep the box as a souvenir or even as a snack box!

Like how it was in Nara, we didn't really have a plan for Hakone. We relied on the one day pass and whatever attraction the pass allowed us to go to. 

Our first stop was the Hakone Open Air Museum:

The Hakone Open Air Museum is exactly what you expect it to be: an open air museum. It was nice just seeing pieces of art in a park-like complex. It was like someone just decided to put art in a park. We had fun taking pictures cause everything looked so artsy. We particularly loved the fried egg display! As big fans of eggs (why does that sound so off?), EJ and I found the egg display really amusing!
We took the cable car up Gora but it only went halfway. From there though, we got to take the cable car down to Lake Ashi. It was during the ride that we got to see a glimpse of Mt. Fuji in the distance.

At the bottom of the ropeway was Lake Ashi. We took the Lake Ashi Sightseeing Cruise which will take us to Hakone Shrine. It was however getting late already (sunset was at 4:30 PM) so we didn't know if we would make it on time before it gets dark.

EJ was pretty proud of that kiss cause PDA isn't allowed in Japan and he snuck in a quick peck while on the ship :)
We didn't get to go around the town so much anymore cause it was already dark out. I would have wanted to drop by the Little Prince Museum but it was too late already. We didn't really schedule our activities and didn't anticipate the travelling times. Nevertheless, I think we were able to do a lot in our one-day tour to Hakone. Staying overnight could have been an option, staying in an Ryokan with an onsen would have been wonderful but it's not so bad. We still had fun and saw Mt. Fuji which was our primary goal for Hakone.

Thank you Hakone! It was a fun visit!

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Foodie Friday: Okonomiyaki
NinJay in Japan: NinJay in Japan
Osaka - Best of Osaka
Nara: Nara in a Day
Kyoto: Left my heart in Kyoto
Nagoya: Twinkling Lights in Nagoya
Hakone: Art and Nature in Hakone
Tokyo: Tokyo Highlights
Beauty: Japanese Beauty Haul

Tuesday, January 19, 2016

Twinkling lights in Nagoya

"You and me, we could light up the sky
If you stay with me girl,
we can rule the world!"

That was definitely the song playing in my head the whole time we were in Nabano No Sato. That half day side trip to Nagoya was EJ's monthsary gift to me. While we were doing the itinerary for our Japan trip, I saw that there was a theme park in Nagoya that had light tunnels! Light tunnels, people! *mindblown*

I told EJ about it and we found out it's actually not that far from Kyoto. It was only a two hour ride via the Shinkansen (bullet train) and if we leave after lunch, we'd arrive just in time for when the theme park opens (it opens at night). So after spending half a day exploring Kyoto, we took the Shinkansen and visited Nagoya.

We had a bit of a trouble figuring out the train transfers from the Shinkansen to the regular trains. It was very confusing and it was a bit of a hassle for us because we didn't understand the system of ticketing. So apparently you need two tickets. And no matter what you do, you have to pay the fare difference when you transfer from the shinkansen to a regular train. The train personnel were very helpful but we did miss our reserved seats on the way back because of it.

Also! Apparently, buses to Nabano no sato aren't available all year round so we ended up taking a taxi. Still, the beauty of the place more than made up for the hassle of the commute:

I wanted to cry the whole time I was there. It was so beautiful! Not only was a fantastic night (no rain and with the full moon!), all the lights just really appealed to me. The light tunnels are the stuff of dreams! I felt I was in space, staring at thousands and thousands of stars!



The whole park itself is just so pretty. There were two tunnels, one with the yellow lights and the other with the blue lights. I thought there'd be more but it was okay, cause they also did a light show of Mt. Fuji and illuminations on the water using the plants and trees present there.

The trees' reflection on the water. Straight out of a painting indeed!

Nabano No Sato is just beautiful. There's not much to do there but admire the lights but if you're ever in the area, I do hope you drop by because it is definitely a once-in-a-lifetime experience; something you will remember (and be telling people about) for the rest of your life.

Thank you EJ for making my galactic dreams come true! I felt like I was in the milky way. And it was even better cause I got to spend it with you. A very romantic date indeed ❤︎

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Monday, January 18, 2016

Left my heart in Kyoto

Ah Kyoto... the quintessential Japan; the place that made me consider travelling to Japan for. That beautiful state where the old meets the new; where the traditional mixes with the modern. Yes, Kyoto.

We toured Kyoto in 3 days. The place is absolutely beautiful and I was pretty excited for it cause I love nature and it was pictures of Kyoto that convinced me to travel to Japan. Because truth be told, I never had Japan in my list of places to go to. If anything, it was one of those places I swore I won't ever visit, or if I would, it would be when I'm already gray and old. But because we were travelling in November, there were only a few places we could visit that the weather is favorable and Japan was one of them. Kyoto changed my mind because it looked so pretty, and because it was fall season, the foliage looked absolutely wonderful (it was all in orange! my favorite color!).

Let me give you a photo-filled rundown of the places we went to in Kyoto:

Fushimi-Inari Shrine
One of our must go-to's in Japan! I absolutely wanted to have my picture taken in those beautiful torii gates. It was our first stop when we arrived in Kyoto and it definitely got me excited for all the other places we could go to. Like all the other places in Japan, the shrine was (again) on top of a hill. It was quite a walk but the street uphill was lined with tasty street food and it was a good distraction. (Food post on Temple Street food on Foodie Friday!) The shrine itself did not disappoint. It was corridors of beautiful torii gates. There were a lot of people though so we had to time our photos really well. But if you're patient and persistent enough (like us), you would definitely be able to get a good photo in.


Sanjusangendo Hall
We added this hall in our itinerary because it houses a thousand buddhas. I mean, how cool is that??

Too bad we weren't allowed to take pictures of the buddhas but believe us, it's definitely worth going to. The buddhas were pretty impressive, especially since they've been there for hundreds of years already.

Kiyumizu-dera Temple
This temple is on top of a hill. It was like Fushimi-Inari again, except the temple itself isn't as pretty. But because it was up a hill, the view is quite spectacular.

Going to the temple also allows you to pass through a lot of other tourist spots. There are random temples you'd pass by while going up and down the temple, lot of food stalls, and interesting streets that show you old Japan.


Tenryuji Temple
One of my favorite areas in Kyoto is Arashiyama. It's basically the area up north and it has most of the spots I had in my list of to-go-to's. Tenryuji Temple wasn't really one of them but you pass through it to go to the Bamboo Forest (more about that in a while) so it was surprise for me to see how pretty it was.

Bamboo Forest
The highlight of my trip! I can't tell you enough how much I wanted to have my picture taken at the bamboo forest. I was even being a brat with EJ cause I wanted him to get the perfect shot, which was very hard because the bamboo forest is packed with people. But we managed to get good shots of ourselves and for that, I am so happy!

Kinkakuji Temple
This place is one of our favorites! It is just so picturesque and pretty! We got there just in time for sunset (which was around 4:30 PM-- so early!) and it looked absolutely majestic!

Too bad we didn't get to take the romance train in Arashiyama cause apparently, it sold out really fast. So it's best to book it in advance. You can't predict the number of tourists in a day, which was what happened to us. The tickets sold out after lunch even if we thought that was still early.

Thank you, Kyoto for the wonderful time! I wish we could have stayed longer. An additional day would have been perfect so we could see Ginkakuji (silver pavilion) and have a meal at Maruyama-koen park. Nevertheless, we had an awesome time! Definitely my favorite leg of our trip.

Next stop: our brief side trip to Nabana No Sato in Nagoya for the wonderful light tunnels! Stay tuned!

Light tunnel in Nabano No Sato, Nagoya

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Foodie Friday: Okonomiyaki
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Nara: Nara in a Day
Kyoto: Left my heart in Kyoto
Nagoya: Twinkling Lights in Nagoya
Hakone: Art and Nature in Hakone
Tokyo: Tokyo Highlights
Beauty: Japanese Beauty Haul

Monday, January 11, 2016

Nara in a Day

Second leg of our epic 12-day adventure took us to Nara, the home of the friendliest deers! I know it sounds silly when I say deers but after this post, I think you'll understand what I mean.

We didn't really have an itinerary for Nara because we planned on getting the Nara 1-day bus pass (only costs 500 yen) and decided to just do the itinerary along the bus route. Personally for me, Nara was a surprise because I'm usually very detailed about trip planning and I want to know every single thing. But unusually for this leg, I didn't care so much. I allowed Nara to surprise me and surprise me, it really did!

The Nara bus pass is a very convenient way to go around Nara. Nara is quite small and people go around primarily by taking the bus. The Nara bus pass goes on a loop track passing through most of the major tourist spots in Nara as well as the train stations. We bought our passes at the train station when we arrived, went down the bus stop near the station and started on our adventure :)


Tour Highlights:

Nara Park
The first stop on our tour is Nara Park. We really weren't sure where Nara Park is but from the guide that they gave us with our bus pass, it's supposed to be where all the deer was. DEER! We really couldn't figure out at first what bus stop to go down on, but when we started seeing deer, we decided it was our stop.

 
NinJay chasing Deer from Ninin Sampiano on Vimeo.
The bus guide was really helpful because the spots were all on the loop and if you follow it exactly as it says, you won't have trouble getting around.

Todaiji-DaibutsudenTemple
Our next stop was not so far from Nara Park and another place that got me squealing in glee! There were so many deer! OMG, I was like a little girl in that place. I thought all the deer were in Nara Park but lo behold, there were MORE deer in this area. They were just roaming around, interacting with the crowd, sleeping, doing whatever deers do in their spare time. They were the cutest!


Kasuga Taishi Shrine
It's quite a distance to go to this shrine. And as we've mentioned before, almost all the nice tourist spots in Japan are uphill. The walk to the shrine was our first initiation to walking around in Japan.It took us more than 10,000 steps (yes, EJ had a step counter) just to get there. But it really is worth it. It is quite photogenic :)

We tried going to Nara-machi which the guide says you'd find quaint cafes but we were just around the streets with no luck finding it so we just hopped on the bus and went back to the station.

We had a very short but sweet stay in Nara. It is such a lovely town and it is very quiet and I really liked that feel. It is my favorite of all the places we went to cause navigation was easy and I could imagine just living there (with all the deer) and soaking in a private onsen (hot spring) on a daily basis.

Thank you very much Nara! Next stop: Kyoto


Fushimi-Inari Shrine, Kyoto
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Foodie Friday: Okonomiyaki
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Nagoya: Twinkling Lights in Nagoya
Hakone: Art and Nature in Hakone
Tokyo: Tokyo Highlights
Beauty: Japanese Beauty Haul

Sunday, January 10, 2016

Welcoming the New Year with Fire and Rain

It was that one moment that made it worth it-- ME, in the middle of the crowd dancing with no restraints to EDM songs on full blast; the rain continuously pouring down, drenching me from head to toe... and then gazing up to see fireworks light the sky above me. Yes, that was THE moment. The one moment that defined my new year's eve-- no, make that, defined my entire 2016.

 
Palace Pool Club NYE Party from Ninin Sampiano on Vimeo.

This is the first time that we decided to go out for New Year's Eve. Honestly, we did it only for the sake of doing it. Just because. Just to be able to say you've experienced it before. It was the same with celebrating Christmas elsewhere, or for my case, in a different country. Not my best experience, but at least I can say I've experienced it. It was the same with the NYE party. I didn't expect much from it, in fact I was also feeling under the weather then already and second guessing my decision to go. But that moment... that one moment I had during the party made it all worth it ♥

We decided to check out NYE parties at The Palace and scrolled through the events available through the Partyphile app. The app is very helpful because it lets you get in the guest list of the hottest clubs and venues in Metro Manila.


The three main clubs in The Palace were all having a NYE party, but both Revel and Valkyrie were all white parties so we decided to go to the Palace Pool Club where Alvaro will be playing too. It was a rainy new year's eve and being in our party clothes, we really didn't appreciate the rain especially since the Pool Club is not an enclosed venue. However, once we stopped letting the rain bother us and accepted the fact that we will get drenched, we started having the time of our lives dancing in the rain.
Alvaro's set started at 2 am and we're glad we waited for it because he is really good! It was just a continuous set of amazing songs that there is no time to even catch your breath even if you wanted to. The songs were just so good, you wouldn't be able to resist dancing along to them.


I'm really glad we decided to try partying on New Year's Eve. That is truly a once in a lifetime experience. It was just everything... the rain, the open venue, the songs, the fireworks overhead-- as my godsister puts it, "this is our rule the world moment right here" Yes, it definitely was ♥

Happy New Year again everybody! Let's make 2016 amazing!

Saturday, January 9, 2016

Hello Netflix Philippines

Have you heard? Netflix is finally available in the Philippines! Truly exciting news for us especially with how people in the western part of the world keep raving about it. I mean, it's a library of awesome movies! And complete episodes of tv shoes! Cartoons, asian novelas, anime, there's even documentaries! How more awesome can it get?


I downloaded the Netflix app on my phone and my boyfriend let me use his account to check the contents. It was pretty impressive at first look cause it had so much categories but if start browsing through them, you'd realize there's isn't a lot of titles available. I remember checking these films and none of them were there: Pitch Perfect, Pretty Woman, Legally Blonde, and Sherlock (the tv show). It was a bit of a letdown for me :(




Until January 6, Netflix offered a free one month subscription which you can cancel anytime. I actually wanted to try it cause if I liked the selection, I'd subscribe to it. I mean, the rates aren't so bad anyway and if it's good, why not, right? But it looks like I won't be subscribing to them anytime soon. Or at least not in the next six months. I'll wait for more titles to be added which my boyfriend thinks will take about 6 months to one year depending on how fast Netflix Philippines can secure the rights to stream the movies here in the Philippines. If you wanna see what titles are available on Netflix Philippines, you can see the list here: www.finder.com/ph/

Netflix subscriptions go for P370 for basic services (one device a time, standard viewing), P460 for standard (2 devices, HD viewing), and P550 for the premium service (up to 4 devices, HD and ultra HD viewing).

I really hope Netflix PH would improve their selection soon. It would be fun to be able to enjoy Netflix as much as our western counterparts do. C'mon Netflix Philippines!

Friday, January 8, 2016

Foodie Friday: Okonomiyaki

Before going to Japan, Ninin and I discussed all the food opportunities we would get to experience going to Japan. Sushi, ramen, udon, karaage (fried chicken), mochi and ice cream all came up but one item landed really high on both our lists: okonomiyaki! Okonomiyaki is a traditional Japanese pancake not experienced much outside of Japan and even in Japan, it's a local delicacy in the Kansai and Hiroshima regions. It can be filled with almost anything which is why it's called okonomiyaki which means "as you like" when translated. So it was the perfect food to experience when a carnivore and vegetarian are eating dinner together. When Ninin and I planned our trip, we planned to land in Kansai airport and our first city to explore would be Osaka, the heart of okonomiyaki country!

We landed dinner time at Kansai airport and were hingry, so we decided that we might as well indulge our okonomiyaki craving ASAP at Botejyu located right in the airport! I had the wagyu beef okonomiyaki and Ninin ordered the tomato and cheese.  The servings were on the large side as mine filled me up and Ninin couldn't completely finish hers and enlisted me to help....HAHAHA

Wagyu Beef Okonomiyaki

Cheese and Tomato Okonomiyaki
Our first experience with okonomiyaki was so good we had to have it again, and the next night exploring the Dotonbori area of Osaka provided us an excellent opportunity to eat at the Michelin Guide Bib Gourmand recommended Mizuno restaurant. The Michelin Bib Gourmand is meant to highlight restaurants that offer exceptional food at moderate prices which is exactly what Mizuno delivered! One of the coolest things that you can do at Mizuno is sit at the bar in front of the grill where they cook your okonomiyaki right in front of you. The bar is small and only seats 8-9 people which lead to Ninin and I waiting in line for 30 minutes despite arriving a little past 6 pm which is earlier than the dinner rush. They were also very accommodating when Ninin informed them she was a vegetarian and after asking her what she liked and could and couldn't eat, created an okonomiyaki that was just for her and not on the menu with the main filling being mushrooms and noodles. I have their special okonomiyaki which had basically all their fillings including the 6 meats/seafood fillings they offer.

The view of our okonomiyaki being made at Mizuno
Almost ready....
Time to eat! The Mizuno special on the left (mine) and Ninin's custom okonomiyaki on the right)
Our last okonomiyaki experience in Japan was during our last night in Kyoto. It had been a few days since Ninin and I had eaten okonomiyaki and we were going through withdrawal. Good thing Kyoto has it's fair share of good okonomiyaki spots, and Nishiki Warai was the place where we got our last hit of okonomiyaki. Our third okonomiyaki place and another new experience with how we ate it. At Nishiki Warai, you're seated at a table with a hot flat grill in the center. But instead of watching someone cook it, they bring out almost cooked okonomiyaki and let it finish cooking in front of you. You can also customize your toppings with different types and amount of sauce and seaweed on top.  The okonomiyaki remains on the flat top while you eat ensuring that every bite was hot and fresh. After the day exploring Kyoto, we were a little hungry and decided to order an appetizer with our okonomiyaki. The appetizer was a thin sheet of fried tofu topped with leeks (also served on the hot grill) and was a delicious warm-up before receiving our double pork and warai special okonomiyaki.

Ninin warming up her saucing skills
Fried tofu topped with leeks appetizer
Warai special okonomikyai (left) and the double pork okonoiyaki (right)
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Hakone: Art and Nature in Hakone
Tokyo: Tokyo Highlights
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