This is not the chestnut dessert, but caramel.
Galen tried to ask the sales lady and didn’t get it, I ended up using Google Translate.
Busy day but the rainy times starts!
Shibuya – Sushi no Midori
We didn’t realize when we got there that we had to take a number at the machine.
So we were behind a few people even though we get there earlier than them.
We are both going for the 2800 yen deluxe meal.
Look at all that tamago!
We are also seeing what more should we get.
Aiden’s sushi is wasabi-less.
Our sushi will have wasabi or course.
I love having the wasabi in Japan, as it’s not that fake stuff.
Funny how I use to hate that “puff” you feel in the nose, but now I am actually liking that affect of wasabi.
Real food doesn’t match what is on the picture, so we got some hotate on the side.
Tried some cheap fish – not what we like.
Wait is much longer when we left.
They are really kid friendly, when we left Aiden got a Japanese-style Lollipop.
Yesterday was Thanksgiving
So when we went to the beer museum
They were closed.
Normally they close on Monday, but since Monday was a holiday they close on Tuesdays.
This is a Michelin star chef.
It tasted good, but Amy didn’t have any.
Too full from the previous meal.
Plus there were other desserts elsewhere.
We got 2 pastries along with the macarons.
The pistachio was the best! No wonder it’s their number one flavor.
Very nice surprise!
Disney store for some unfinished shopping.
Busy streets but when you cross the streets, you don’t feel people hitting against you like you might in Hong Kong or Taiwan.
And even the rain cannot spoil how much we enjoy Tokyo.