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The lake (2) [Sep. 15th, 2013|05:22 pm]

This post was originally published at Sushibird.com. You can comment and leave your kisses at the door over there. Thank you very much for reading and commenting ♥
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a tiny flood. [Sep. 11th, 2013|02:01 pm]

… I feel overwhelmed.

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Yakatabune, pt. 3 [Sep. 10th, 2013|11:10 am]

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Yakatabune, pt. 2 [Sep. 10th, 2013|09:45 am]

Yakatabune is a small boat cruise you can go on, we went on one in the Tokyo bay this summer. It is not terribly expensive, around 4000 – 5000 yen per person, and that includes both tabehodai and nomihodai (as much food and as many alcoholic drinks as you wish). It is popular among salarymen and groups of friends. The one we went on you cook your own food, and we cooked a variety of okonomiyaki and monjayaki. Okonomiyaki is probably easier to like for most westerners, the monja have been said to look like… well… vomit. It doesn’t taste like it though, promise!

Monjayaki with mentaiko!

Okonomiyaki ga dekita!!

Since we were in such a good mood after the boat cruise, we ended the evening with a couple of more drinks (ok, a lot more drinks), and ended the evening with an early morning breakfast in a small place in Shinjuku, looking at the people in the bar around us that had finally fallen asleep.

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