LOOK: Eat Bulaga stars’ Japan photos show 100% fun and bonding

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(From left) Vic Sotto, Pauleen Luna, Ruby Rodriguez, Baeby Baste, Mama Sheila Arumpac and Anjo Yllana via Rodriguez’ Instagram

The hosts of the country’s longest-running noontime show “Eat Bulaga” (EB) decided to take a break from their busy schedules to tour Japan.

Most of the hosts shared their adventures to their Instagram followers.

Actress-comedian Ruby Rodriguez posted a photo of all of them together in traditional Japanese kimonos.

The longtime Eat Bulaga host donned her sweet smile amidst the greenery at the Kumamoto Prefecture.

Konichiwa🙏💋

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The EB crew made sure they won’t be short of group pictures in their Japan trip, even labeling one as their “Class picture 2017.”

The gang also went for some nature-tripping at the Aso Kuju National Park.

Rodriguez captured some candid moments while on a road trip.

Meanwhile, EB’s wonder boy, the cute Baeby Baste, also shared to his followers their Japan trip. Of course, he was with his Mama Sheila all throughout.

Mama Sheila also professed eternal love for her adorable 5-year-old through a sweet mother-and-son kiss photos. She captioned it with some words from the Bette Midler hit, “Wind Beneath My Wings”.

In one post, the grateful mother thanked her son for “taking me to places I’ve never been before.”

Baste’s Japan adventure won’t be complete without photos of his best friend “Pambansang Bae” Alden Richards and “Dubsmash Queen” Maine Mendoza.

“Bossing” Vic Sotto and wife Pauleen Luna-Sotto also took photos with the cute Baste.

Baste’s star-studded trip also included A-list actress Judy Ann Santos.

Baeby Baste and award-winning child star Ryzza Mae Dizon indeed give joy to the “Dabarkads” everyday.

Meanwhile, Ryan Agoncillo waxes witty and sweet with a snapshot of his lovely wifey.

“Eat Bulaga” is local showbiz’s longest-running noontime show. The variety show, top-billed by the comedy trio of Sen. Vicente “Tito” Sotto III, Vic Sotto and Joey De Leon, started back in 1979.

Under Television And Production Exponents (TAPE), the show first aired on RPN 9, transferred to ABS-CBN, then moved to its present home network GMA. JB

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