Sunday, January 25, 2009

Jojoen Yakiniku

Our last meal before we hopped on our flight back home was a yakiniku lunch at Jojoen.

Mr. Donut

The Donuts in Japan are soooo good! I have to have Mr. Donuts at least once while I'm in Japan.

Seryna Restaurant

This was probably the best meal I had in Japan this time around. SERYNA
3-12-2,Roppongi,
Minatoku,Tokyo
Japan 106-0032
Tel: 03-3402-1051

Otousan's Natto Spaghetti

Otousan is quite the cook. He cooked us his famous natto spaghetti during our stay at his place. Apparently it's just oil, natto, onions, green onions, and umeboshi but it tastes pretty great. Especially if you're into natto (fermented soy beans) like I am.

Portuguese in Tokyo

Red wine and lemonade cocktailVino VerdeIberico Pork ChorizoCheese breadMussels steamed with white wineGarlic oil shrimp stewCod and potato croquetteOlive and Octopus marinade
Seafood Cataplana
Pudin Flan

VILA MOURA
東京都中央区銀座6-2-3 銀座ダ・ヴィンチ銀座アネックス
6-2-3 Ginza、Chuo-ku
Japan
Tel. 03-5537-3513

Tuesday, January 20, 2009

Lunch at Kasuga Hotel

Nara Kasuga Hotel

〒630-8213 Noborioji-cho, Nara City
Phone: 0742-22-4031

Shinkansen

Hubby and I visit grandma in Osaka every year when we visit Japan. I love the shinkansen or bullet train ride to Osaka. For one thing, the view from the window is picturesque. For another, the bento boxes they sell at the train station are bomb.
Hubby loves the omuraisu, or rice covered in egg omelet. I like the classic shu-mai bento.

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