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Nara: temples, shrines and friendly deer

Nara is home to some of the oldest and largest temples and shrines in Japan. It is thought to be the birthplace of Japanese culture.  It’s also home to around 1200 roaming deer, which have become symbolic to the city as a national treasure. 821 more words


Sushi Kaiten

My hubby is into sushi train lately and we had Sushi Kaiten for lunch. We arrived around 12pm on Saturday.

We parked on an off street parking in front of the restaurant. 143 more words


Eating Japan: Osaka

Osaka is renowned for it’s food. The city’s unofficial slogan is kuidore, which means “eat ’til you drop”.

The food here is plentiful and inexpensive. 415 more words


Choo Choo to Sushi Hotaru || Review

Who doesn’t love eating at a sushi train? Especially when you’re starving and know that you don’t have to wait in agony for your order to be taken and for the food to come out. 307 more words


[TOKYO] Day 4 - Sensoji Shrine - Asakusa - Tokyo Skytree - Omotesando - Shibuya

Had an early day ahead, coz I’m meeting a friends who has been to Japan for quite awhile. Our itinerary for today is around Sensoji Shrine. 644 more words


Japanese restaurant wows customers by serving meals on water instead of a revolving conveyor belt

People have fallen in love with the charm of floating tubs at this unusual eatery in Japan. 480 more words


Gacha Sushi! 

So where I moved I have another ALT that lives in my apartment building  and he offered to show me all of the hot spots in our area. 86 more words