Fly to Japan for Free with Love, Bonito and Klook


Every April, there’s a spike in visitors to Japan because of the the sakura season. In light of this, Love, Bonito has launched a brand-new travel series to introduce the various attractions of the “Land of the Rising Sun,” along with a contest that will bring lucky winners for an all-expense paid trip to Japan.

Gwyneth Trumpet Sleeve Turtleneck Knit Top (Red), Pvara Regular Flare Pants (Toffee).

Hello, Ikimashow!, a delightful travelogue series that resulted from a collaboration between Love, Bonito, The Travel Intern and Klook, highlights the splendor of Nara and Kyoto. The series will also provide viewers in Singapore with travel fashion advice and information on how to take advantage of special Love, Bonito discounts. Five winners will receive a free trip to Japan, valued at S$1,000 each, courtesy of Japan Mega Giveaway, just in time to take advantage of the season’s milder temperatures.

Hello, Ikimashow! – Love, Bonito’s First-ever Travelogue Series

Japan is a must-visit destination because it is both beautiful and fascinating, offering visitors a diverse array of experiences and customs. Two episodes of Hello, Ikimashow! highlighting the allure of Kyoto and Nara as seen through the eyes of four notable locals will premiere on The Travel Intern on 14 and 20 April respectively.

The presenters will compete against one another in a series of events involving unusual cultural encounters, food hunting, and fashion styling in hopes of winning a sweet reward or a fiery surprise. Will there be a victor? Watching is the only way to find out what happens next.

Arinola Brushed Twill Jacket (Amethyst). Tyanna Ribbed Turtle Neck Knit Top (White). Ambellina Brushed Twill Column Skirt (Amethyst).

From 13 April to 20 May, Love, Bonito is offering exclusive savings of up to S$20 off your online purchase, which you can use to buy any of the looks featured in Love, Bonito’s Travel Wardrobe. Distinguished travel experts have tried out and approved this curated assortment of outfits from the brand for use in both cool and warm climes.

Klook is another place where you may book the tours and activities shown in the travelogue. From 13 to 30 April, customers who spend at least S$300 on Japan activities will be rewarded with a free $5 Love, Bonito gift card.

Win a Trip to Japan Worth $1,000

You can also experience all the memorable adventured featured in Hello, Ikimashow! thanks to Klook, which is giving away five trips to Japan, each worth $1,000.

Spend a minimum of S$120 on Love, Bonito in a single receipt between 13 and 30 April at any of the Love, Bonito Singapore retail outlets or online to be entered into the Japan Mega Giveaway. Winners will be notified on @lovebonitosg’s Instagram story on May 3; multiple entries are permitted and will increase with the amount spent throughout the qualifying period.

Ensembles in Love, Bonito’s Travel Wardrobe that will look Kyoto-n you

What good is a trip if you don’t feel like putting in your best OOTD that will set your Instagram feed on fire? The fitted shapes, long-sleeved layering pieces, cardigans, and coats of Love, Bonito’s Travel Wardrobe are perfect for the mild Japanese season.

Sonya Pointelle Knit Top (White), Tanya Ruched Babydoll Dress in Prosperous Blooms (Oat).

Wear the Gwyneth Trumpet Sleeve Turtleneck Knit Top with the Pvara Regular Flare Pants for a visually flattering and comfortable outfit perfect for a picturesque Buggy Tour in Ikaruga. Wearing the Arinola Brushed Twill Jacket and Arinola Brushed Twill Column Skirt to a Japanese Sweets Making Class is a great way to combine your interest in fashion and culture. This costume, made of cozy brushed twill, is ideal for trying out new, daring styles while seeing Japan’s fascinating culture and customs. Tanya Ruched Babydoll Dress in Fortunate Flowers paired with Sonya Pointelle Knit Top is another option for a casual, everyday outfit.

Check out The Travel Wardrobe from Love, Bonito on their website.


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Marky is a travel writer and photographer. He narrates his experiences wandering the tropical paradise of the Philippines, South East Asia, Sri Lanka and India on his travel blog Nomadic Experiences.

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