Photo #261: September 18
Ahhhh oishi seaweed snack from Japan! Arigatou, Hexeland Chiharu! It was a little difficult not to finish everything right away =p I showed this to one of my gem students, and she was pleasantly surprised! 😀
Photo #83: March 24
“This story is about a normal 60-year old man who is helped by a masterless samurai eat freely without being held back. A gourmet fantasy!”
Taking a break from watching Dexter because 1) this one’s Japanese and 2) it’s related to food!!! It’s so funny and hunger-inducing! I highly recommend “Samurai Gourmet” on Netflix! 😀
Photo #326: November 21
Today’s #RareJob news article is entitled “Sushi Art Becomes Internet Trend.” A lot of students have been requesting for it since this morning, and every time that happens, my sushi cravings intensify! I opted for Ta Ke Ho Me Sushi Stand‘s salmon sushirrito: sushi and burrito in one! Itadakimasu!
Photo #312: November 7
Arigatou for the pasalubong, Nanaho! I had to Google “プチブッセ バニラ” —-> apparently, this is a pack of vanilla cookie pies called “Puchi Busse.” Totemo oishi (very delicious!
Photo #287: October 13
Ippudo Philippines has a new limited edition ramen: KURO! Best paired with their latest ramen sidekicks, gyutan don and my new favorite, the seafood okonomiyaki! Huhu so oishii!!! Many thanks once again to the Ippudo/Yabu team! Vlog to follow on my YouTube channel this weekend! Itadakimasu! 😀
Photo #260: September 16
Thank you so much to Kanzen Sushi Roll for giving me a taste of their prime sushi variants: dynamite, Spam wasabi, California maki, cheesy kani, and panko salmon bonito. The latter three are what I like the most, particularly the panko salmon bonito! Oishii! Itadakimasu! 😀
Photo #235: August 22
Finally tried Ta Ke Ho Me Sushi Stand along Lilac! Sorry for the messy pic; I did a takeaway of their TKHM roll. It’s so oishii!!!! Lasang lasa ung salmon, and the bonito flakes? So flavorful! Can’t wait to try their other variants!