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IZU TRIP

We had a chance to view Sakura in Kawazu, Izu peninsula! No time to relax and picnic, though..
 
     
Love the pink color of Sakura and yellow color of Nanohana (broccolini in English?)

     
       桜と菜の花がいっしょになってすてきでしたよ〜

     
                   At 恋人の岬  (Koibito no saki or Lovers' Cape)

     
                                                 Beautiful!!!

     
         Couples wrote their names & love wishes and hung them here.

     
       天気のいい日に富士山さn見えるんだって!残念。。

     
It is said that if you ring the 'Love Call Bell' and call your partner's name on the cape, your love will blossom.

     
              望遠鏡で見てるみたい

     
         まあ、普通に見た方がきれいだけどね。。

何よりも花粉症で大変だったことがよく覚えています。。

mny


OKAME

(ポストし忘れです。。)

フランスでぜったいに食べられない物の1つ:抹茶ソフトクリームや和風デザート。。
(一部売ってるかもしれないけど高くてあまり。。ですので。)

関西だとどこでも抹茶パフェが食べられるのに。。東京は少なかったよ
有楽町まで行きました
      
              Vanilla Soft Cream with Matcha tea sprinkles & shiro tama

      
                     Half matcha- half vanilla soft cream anmitsu

       
                                     Matcha soft cream anmitsu


うーん、すぐ食べ終わってしまうので。。もっともっと食べたかった。。

OKAME
Yurakucho Itocia 1F

おかめ
東京都千代田区有楽町2−7−1 有楽町イトシア1F

mny

SHIMODA

I guess every single Japanese kid knows Shimoda as it is very important in the Japanese History.

(From Shimoda Tourist Office)
Since the old time, Shimoda has always been a lazy little fishing town.

Shimoda returned to the spotlight in 1854, when it became the first Japanese port opened to foreign ships, ending the Closed Door policy that had lasted nearly two hundred years. Commodore Matthew C. Perry of the U.S. East India Squadron landed in Shimoda, as did Admiral Evfimii Vasil'evich Putyatin of the Imperial Russian Navy.

It was here in Shimoda that Japan signed important treaties with America and Russia, the first U.S. Consulate was set up, and first encounters between ordinary Japanese and foreigners took place. Shimoda was part of history at the dawn of Japan’s modernization.

     
                  I guess Perry's Black Ship was seen around here..

    
                             梅かな? I guess this is a plum tree..

The first American Consulate in Japan was opened at the temple of Gyokusen-ji  under Consul General Townsend Harris. Harris negotiated the Treaty of Amity and Commerce between the two countries, which was signed at nearby Ryosen-ji in 1858.

     
                           The historically famous Ryosen-Ji Temple
               
                
                              Calm and serene streets of Shimoda

    
               This house looks spectacular! It must be very old..

    
                                             Pretty in Pink!

日本のみなさんに日本の写真ばかり載せてあげても面白くないかも。。日本はここまでにしまーす

mny

YOKOHAMA WALK

東京で仕事をしてた時からよく横浜に遊びに行きました
東京から近いし、きれいだし、海が見れるし、中華街も面白し。。
     
               旧横浜正金銀行

     
    その時、桜はちょっとだけ咲いてました。今、もう満開ですか?
         It was March 5th and Sakura just started to show their faces..

     
            有名なワンちゃんらしい。。

     
             この風景は変わってないね

     
      面白いことに、鳥はみんな同じ方向にむいて並んでました。
It is strange to see all those birds all in line facing the same direction..

     
                     I love Tonkatsu at Katsuretsu An! So yummy!
            勝烈庵のとんかつはたまらない!!!

半日の短い横浜ウォークでした。

mny

NISHIMURA FRUITS PARLOR

I met up with a beautiful lady at a colorful fruit parlor..

    
                                          Beautiful smile!

    
                     Hot cake & Anmitsu & iced Matcha Tea

                  
I had Amaou strawberries Parfait. Nice but the strawberries were not that sweet..

     
あーあ顔がひどいよ、私!花粉症で目が変な風になってるし。。Nちゃんはすごくカワイイ!

     
Looking at the price, I realized that desserts are more expensive in Japan! (My parfait costs 1350 yen!)

Nishimura Fruits Parlor
22-2 Udagawacho, Shibuya, Tokyo

mny

THE AMAZING SUSHI AT TSUKIJI!

やっぱり築地市場のお寿司は美味しい
お友達がよく行くお寿司屋さんに連れてってくれました。
とても狭い店内でカウンターは2人-3人まで?テーブルは3つか4つくらいしかありませんでした。席はいっぱいだったのでちょっと待ってたけど。。

シェフが握ってくれたお任せコースは。。
       
        とても美味しかったです!しかもすごく綺麗!!!

We ordered the sushi course..and it was gorgeous! So beautifully presented, so tasty! All sushi has its own different sauce so there is no need to add shoyu (Japanese soy sauce)

     
ウニのすしはあまり食べたことがなかったけど(いつもウニパスタにしちゃうから。。)めちゃ美味しかった!

      
これは何だと思いますか?全然知らなかったし、初めて食べました。これは’のれそれ’と言うアナゴの赤ちゃんだそうです!大きいアナゴも食べたいけど、のれそれも美味しかった!

Even Japanese don't know this! They are baby anago (conger eel) called 'Noresore' in Japanese!

     
                                    お母さん? Anago (conger eel)

     
         シェフからのサービス!ありがとうございます

 
                  Chef used to work in Singapore and France!
Thank you K san for taking me to this wonderful eating place! My hubby wanted to go after seeing the photos! Too bad we didn't have extra time..

     
           I miss them already! I will surely visit this place on my next trip!

Place: somewhere in Tsukiji

すでに混んでるお店で常連の方に悪いのでお店の名前を公開することを遠慮しまーす!
ごめんなさい!

mny

AROUND TSUKIJI FISH MARKET

築地にお友達とお寿司ランチしたのでその後、築地ぶらしました。食べ物がいっぱい売っててびっくり!フランスに住んでる私にとって砂漠からオアシスに入ったような感覚でした

Tsukiji Market (築地市場) is a large wholesale market for fish, fruits and vegetables in central Tokyo. It is the most famous of over ten wholesale markets that handle the distribution of fish, meat, produce and flowers in metropolitan Tokyo. Tsukiji Market is best known as one of the world's largest fish markets, handling over 2,000 tons of marine products per day.

As I couldn't be there that early in the morning, after a delicious sushi lunch with a good friend, I visited Tsukiji's outer market, which is located just adjacent to the inner market and caters to the public. Here you can find all sorts of food-related goods, knives and fresh seafood and produce for sale in smaller portions.

It was a very interesting sight for me as there are all sorts of food you can't get in France!

    
さつま揚げが食べたかった!!!でも全部予定が決まってて。。買って帰っても食べる時間がないのです。
Satsuma age is somewhat similar to Thai 'Thod Mun'. Love to eat them with white wine or Champagne..

    
     イカボール Squid balls..I don't eat squids but they look so yummy!

     
Most interesting for those who don't agree with whale hunting..On the left is whale bacon. Actually the Japanese catch whale but they make use of all parts of the whale, not only oil. In my opinion, it is still better than killing sharks for only shark fins..

    
                         Love Mentaiko! (spicy fish roes)

    
       Salmon in various degrees of salt  塩鮭

    
Had to grab my own hands otherwise I would take out my wallet and buy these! Chu Toro looks beautiful and yummy! The price was quite cheap as well!
The tako (octopus) is not interesting to me as I hate octopus ha ha!

       
                                                    Maguro!

     
       Well, you sure need a good sharp knife to cut those yummy fishes!

     
                                  Fresh wasabi looks like this!

     
      Famous Tamago yaki (egg) shop..got scolded after taking this photo!

     
             Sweet tsukudani (way to sweeten fishes, clams etc.)

     
                            I like to eat them with boiled rice.

築地観光は楽しかったです!ほとんど何も買えなくて残念でしたけど。。

mny


YAMABIKO

日本に滞在中、温泉に行ってきました。途中、修善寺周辺でとても美味しいおそばランチしたので紹介しまーす

I had a chance to have lunch at this typical soba restaurant in Shuzenji, Izu peninsula, Japan. It was a bit early for cherry blossoms but we did enjoy plum blossoms and other cute flowers apart from yummy soba!

    
                       Beautiful plum blossoms near the parking..

       
                                             Cute & pretty!

     
                                                            

          
       I had nameko (kind of mushroom) oroshi soba & vegetables tempura.
The tempura was so crispily good and nameko was so yummy!

    
Luxurious Shiitake mushroom tempura!(Shuzenji is famous for Shiitake mushrooms)

    
I would have loved to sit outside but as most of us are affected with hay fever so no one was interested in outdoor seats.

How I love this place!

Yamabiko (near Niji no Sato)
3726-1 Shuzenji, Izu-shi
TEL:0558-72-7575

久しぶりに美味しい天ぷらと珍しいおそば(なめこおろし)をいただきました。日本は食べ物が美味しくてたまりません

mny


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