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Tuesday, May 31, 2011

Sights of Japan - Food Post

My traveling dream finally came true. I got rostered for a flight to Japan! It was a short stay. Less than a day in Narita. And arrived late in the evening at Tokyo, had only one full day, and checked out the next day evening. I tried to hit as many places as possible. I will do a post on FOOD today.

Grab dinner at Aeon Mall after arriving in hotel in Narita. Tempura!

Desserts and snacks from the Supermarket. I love their local Supermarket. I can spend hours there. Grab these in 15 mins flat.

Quick lunch bento from the combini just outside the hotel before heading to Los Angeles. Even food from convenience store taste so good!

Even the drinks that they are selling interest me.

So I hauled all these back. Hand carry.

All the food look so fresh!


Dinner at Denny's after arriving in Tokyo.



Lunch at Shinjuku. I wanted a soup base ramen but got a dry one instead. After mixing the sauces, it is pretty good.


My honest looking chef.

More snacks from another Supermarket in Tokyo.


Everything will taste absolute yum in Japan, I do not think I will ever find food that is not tasty. Except probably raw octopus of sorts which I do not know how to appreciate. Of everything I had, I think Denny's was the only one that failed to impress. Denny's dessert however was nice.


2 comments:

MilknCookiie May 31, 2011 at 9:41 PM  

Oh my god, this is food porn at its peak. >_<;; SO want to go to Japan right now haha~

★ Cookiie

Jenny June 7, 2011 at 11:10 PM  

Seriously that conbini food is fresh b/c by late evening hours they are out of stock & only restock in the morning! Everything looks great!

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