Ow. My head hurts. I’m never drinking again 😉
Went to Yokohama for lunch. Went to some Hawaiian place called Aloha Table. It had a nice balcony and decent food.
It also had a juice/tea/coffee bar. It’s been a long time since I’ve had mango or guava juice.
Here was my dish. It’s basically an egg on top of a hamburg steak and rice.
This was a salad with… all sorts of stuff in it. The bread on the right side was really fresh and was possibly the best tasting part of the meal. 🙂
When the sun started to go down I caught a good view of the Fuji-Xerox building (no they didn’t merge, it’s a joint venture for distribution in Japan):
Shopped around Yokohama for awhile (there are like 5 shopping malls on every corner of Yokohama station) and got a better pic of the USB aroma diffuser thing I mentioned earlier:
Pretty cheap price at $20, I might just have to pick one up 🙂
Met up with a Swedish friend of mine (whom I met in Hungary) who works for Ikea in Japan; and proceeded to an Izakaya 居酒屋 were we consumed mass quantities of food and liquid happiness.
I have no idea what the following was:
I think I liked it though.
Vegetable roll-thing in Rice paper stuff.
Fried Mozzarella is an international staple.
Blurry pic of 餃子 Gyouza. Err… what is it in English? Pot-stickers?
Steak makes me happy.
You must be careful when ordering at an Izakaya to not order too much at the same time, otherwise the food won’t fit on the table 🙂
Blurry pic of what was advertised as a Pizza. What came was a giant cracker with a salad on top.
Dessert 1. Icecream and Strawberries and some bits of awesomeness that I can’t define.
Dessert 2. Whoever decided to use Belgian waffles as dessert was a genius.
Spent the night on the 25th floor of some really tall building. Some views from the balcony at night:
Woke up and checked the fridge for hangover cures this morning and found that the fridge door opens on both sides:
Super cool. I’m envious.
On a clear day (people always use this excuse), you can supposedly see Mt. Fuji from here:
Of course, it wasn’t a clear day 🙂
じゃあ〜 I’m off to 銀座 (Ginza, super expensive district) for browsing snobby shops a fancy-schmancy dinner (I gotta wear a tie?!) and, I really, really hope (still) some カラオケ (Kara= Empty Oke= Orchestra) 😉
Interview with Legendary Leisure Suit Larry Designer, Al Lowe