Tokyo Thanksgiving Trip – Day 5 Part 1

This is not the chestnut dessert, but caramel.

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Galen tried to ask the sales lady and didn’t get it, I ended up using Google Translate.

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So useful!

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Busy day but the rainy times starts!

Shibuya – Sushi no Midori

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We didn’t realize when we got there that we had to take a number at the machine.

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So we were behind a few people even though we get there earlier than them.

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We are both going for the 2800 yen deluxe meal.

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Look at all that tamago!

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We are also seeing what more should we get.

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Aiden’s sushi is wasabi-less.

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Our sushi will have wasabi or course.

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I love having the wasabi in Japan, as it’s not that fake stuff.

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Funny how I use to hate that “puff” you feel in the nose, but now I am actually liking that affect of wasabi.

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Real food doesn’t match what is on the picture, so we got some hotate on the side.

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Tried some cheap fish – not what we like.

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Wait is much longer when we left.

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They are really kid friendly, when we left Aiden got a Japanese-style Lollipop.

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Yesterday was Thanksgiving

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So when we went to the beer museum

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They were closed.

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Normally they close on Monday, but since Monday was a holiday they close on Tuesdays.

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This is a Michelin star chef.

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It tasted good, but Amy didn’t have any.

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Too full from the previous meal.

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Plus there were other desserts elsewhere.

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Pierre Hermes

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We got 2 pastries along with the macarons.

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The pistachio was the best! No wonder it’s their number one flavor.

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Very nice surprise!

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Disney store for some unfinished shopping.

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Busy streets but when you cross the streets, you don’t feel people hitting against you like you might in Hong Kong or Taiwan.

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And even the rain cannot spoil how much we enjoy Tokyo.