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2017 Project 365, Day 281: Shizen Ramen

Photo #281: October 8

Shizen Ramen has only 12 items on their menu, but quality is defnitely a priority here. They currently offer 5 kinds of ramen, and we tried their best-sellers: the beast and chashu. The latter’s broth is yummier (pork bone & sesame), but the former’s meat toppings are heftier, so they’re both winners in my book. We paired our ramen with their equally delicious gyoza and colorful kani salad. The salad’s good, but I prefer to have more cucumber than cabbage in it. Too bad, they ran out of matcha ice cream earlier, so I’m looking forward to visiting Shizen again! I’ve got my eyes on the Yakuza and shoyu ramen hehe!

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2017 Project 365, Day 261: Torobe Seaweed Snack

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! 😀

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2017 Project 365, Day 83: Samurai Gourmet

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! 😀

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2017 Project 365, Day 25: Midnight Diner Tokyo Stories

Photo #25: January 25

If you have a Netflix account, I recommend that you stop whatever you’re watching and check out “Midnight Diner: Tokyo Stories”! Maaaaan, it’s so good, I’m already halfway through season 1! Apparently, it is based on the manga series, “Shinya Shokudo.” Love, friendship, self-acceptance, culture, and of course, Japanese food are some of the themes, and so far, every episode made me cry hehehe! A lot of the stories are touching and even relatable. Currently, only season 1 is streamed on Netflix – there is a second one, plus a film adaptation. Go watch it!!! I highly recommend it! 🙂

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2016 Project 365, Day 326: Ta Ke Ho Me Sushirrito

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!

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