Wednesday, January 26, 2011

January 25th...evening

After the classes at Kiwa Seisakushyo we enjoyed some time in Asakusa and some time at Senso-ji temple. Lunch was unagi (eel) with all the trimmings. And then we were off to the races, so to speak. Our trek through the mysteries of the train sytem was punctuated with moments of mad hot dashing and we made our way back to the hotel just in time for Shoko to head to the airport to return to Hiroshima. Having not a moment to spare, also spared us the distress of a lengthy goodbye.
Later, I met Daisuke and Toshinori and reunited with Masami for another evening of Japanese feasting.

This is the entry to the restaurant. Who would'nt want to eat here?

Daisuke is in sales and Toshinori is in the factory at Tulip. They both wokred the booth today at the Quilt Show.

This beautiful pot cooked right at out table. You can't see the thick wide udon noodles beneath the 17 other items in this dish. We are lucky to be dining here, as reservations are difficult to come by and many celebs dine here.

We were served one udon noodle per bowl, as they were so immense. I was told the collagen in the chicken we ate would make my skin youthful. I'm sure.

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