UK, some of the best western food in Osaka. Until today, we hadn’t been here for 7 or 8 years.
Gas prices at a Shell station in Takaida, Higashi Osaka.
School for fish.
4 kilometers long.
Disposable camera vending machine.
Copies of Nam’s completed doctoral thesis. YAY!
Cup ramen vendor.
Subaru SVX. Hadn’t seen one in ten years. Always wanted to drive one.
Sign says, “This is mirin.” I guess because some people might mistake it for cooking oil, even though it says “mirin” on the bottle. What they really need is some signs that say, “this is nira,” and, “these are green onions” in the veggie section, cuz I always see people mixing those two up.
The UNIQLO I walk by on my way home from work.
Nata de Coco, one of the most delicious canned drinks to be found in a Japanese vending machine. By the geniuses at Ito-en, who can even make bottled mugi-cha taste good.
Me, in tabi.
T made this.
Yet another Engrish has begone it’s
No tamagotchi in stock.
Silvia feels old.