Happy T Day everyone. It is Tuesday and time to share our drink related posts over at Bleubeard and Elizabeth's blog. We'd love to have you join us if you haven't been by. All you need to do is share something drink related.
Are you sick of me showing you Japanese food yet?
How about plastic food?
Many restaurants in Japan fill their front windows with displays of their food so you will know exactly what they serve.
This dish in the center above is Japanese comfort food. It is a plain egg omelet that is filled and rolled over some rice, and then served with either a barbecue like sauce or ketchup.
I had one with the barbecue like sauce. It's not my first idea of comfort food on a rainy day, but it was good and I certainly enjoyed it.
And as big as it looks, I ate the whole thing. :)
I don't actually know what it is called either. It is dinner food however, not breakfast food. To me it is more breakfast food and alot of Japanese breakfast food is more like dinner food. But when in Japan, go with the Japanese way and enjoy it.
And one drink you might have with this comfort food (other than water) is this watermelon smoothie.
And if you like Diet Coke, as I do, you would be out of luck in Japan. You can get regular Coke and a Coke Zero like drink, but that's it.
I was missing the bubbly drink the night before we flew home, and I broke down and bought a regular Coke from the hotel vending machine. I am not used to all that sugar. Wow. But I saved the label and made this page in my Japan travel journal. I like that all the writing on what would be the back of the label is in Japanese.
I also found these little dog stickers. We saw several of these dogs in Japan, and they are sure cute! The breed is called the shiba inu (inu means dog) and here's a photo I found on-line at Japan Today.
Ha-ha-I thought this face was as cute as my stickers.
Off on a field trip today with my seniors. Hopefully I will have some photos for you. And also, one month of work left until summer break. :)
Wishing you all a wonderful T day-either what's left to it or your whole day.