LOOK: Kris Bernal gives Spider-Man a kiss while in Japan

By: - Reporter
/ 02:09 PM April 12, 2019

Kris Bernal is one of the celebrities who have gone to Japan to enjoy the country’s sakura season, and she even gave a peck on the cheek of Spider-Man as well—sort of.

The Kapuso actress, who visited Universal Studios Japan, playfully posed beside a figure of the Marvel superhero suspended above.


“If you could choose one Marvel character to exist in real life, who would it be?” she wrote on her Instagram post Monday, April 8.

“Mine would be Spiderman,” she said, since she has a huge crush on Tom Holland, the actor who plays the web-slinging superhero.


Bernal also did not miss having a creative photo with loads of cherry blossoms partly hiding her face.

While at the Bamboo Forest in Arashiyama, the actress cooled down with a delicious-looking cone of matcha ice cream.

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The home of matcha. 🇯🇵🍦

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She also had a literal temple run by visiting the Kiyomizu-dera Temple.

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Temple run.. Literally! ⛩📍🇯🇵

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And in her latest post, Bernal was in Osaka to shop to her heart’s content in the Shinsaibashi-suji Shopping Street. However, Bernal said she wanted to stick to her budget.

“One thing I definitely need when traveling abroad besides a passport is a calculator for converting our currency,” she joked.

Enjoy your trip, Kris!  /ra


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