Steamed rice alone tastes delicious, and even more delicious autumn rice dish includes adding seasonal ingredients such as mushrooms, chestnuts and octopus to the rice.
cruising girls combing for something sparkle in Tokyo
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Royal Milk Tea is one of the latest flavor of Kit Kat :9
I didn’t know Kit Kat was born in England.
This milky tea flavor was made because of the fact!
Tiny guards on the package is really cute.
Kit Kat Break Town (Japanese)
We had a great dinner at the hotel in Miyajima.
A plate of sashimi (slices of raw fish),
the Anago’s shiro-yaki (whitely baked, only baked with some salt),
fried vegetables and seafoods and more…
This is a seafront cafe & dining “yoimosezu” in Miyajima.
You can enjoy food in season and local products which is good for mind, body, and soul.
I had a Matcha(green powdered tea) and a Japanese cake.
cafe & dining yoimosezu (japanese)
Tokyo Banana mi-tsu-ke-ta(which means “I found the Tokyo Banana”) is not only a popular souvenir but also the No. 1 best-seller souvenir in Tokyo. There is a plenty of banana custard inside the sponge cake.
Japanese people usually love to buy this souvenir for their family and friends when they visit Tokyo from other prefectures,and it’s easy to give away because of the cakes in individually wrapped.
These are Manju (steamed bean-jam bun) from Kawane hot springs in Shizuoka prefecture. It contains whole sweet chestnut and green tea was knead into dough.
The secret behind its popularity is the sticky texture on the tongue that has been created using the natural sweet chestnut.
Kawane-cha official site (japanese)
If you are lazy enough not to make a cute bento, (yes, I am!) now here’s so many kind of rice ball cases!
Just make a rice ball, put it in the case, and you can buy some side dishes for that :P
rice ball case searched in rakuten (international shipping shops)
These eclairs including “eclair La Vague” are from Fauchon.
The eclair La Vague is a kind of cream puff with ukiyo-e “Hokusai’s The Great Wave off Kanagawa” coating.
BTW,Hokusai was a Japanese artist, ukiyo-e painter and printmaker of the Edo period.