I doodled, read a book, watched two movies and napped on the way there.
The beautiful city view from our 33rd floor hotel room.
Here's a glimpse of our hotel room. Small, but very nice.
Funny buttons for the fancy toilets they have in Japan. I didn't try any of the options.
This just seemed wrong.
A delicious restaurant for lunch where they prepare the food right in front of you.
I ordered some kind of pork with garlic on top of cabbage. The little salad was good too, but I can't remember what it was and some Miso soup was included.
Vending machines everywhere. But alas, no Diet Coke.
This is the only photo I got of a different dinner. They gave us all kinds of things that were dipped and fried and served on the end of a skewer. You dip them in the sauces before eating. I tried scallops, a prawn with his head still on and a herring with his head and tail attached. I only ate the tail. When something is that breaded and fried, you can't tell you're eating strange stuff. That's as weird as I got last week, though.
My club sandwich from another lunch. That is a little bowl of potato salad on the top right.
Do you think there is a little disparity in portion sizes to the US? Just a little?
We had Thai food another night and these all of these dumplings were delicious.
I even used chopsticks a little. These were mushroom and pork and were my favorite.
These dumplings were rice.
These were shrimp.
Sweet and sour soup.The food just keep coming and coming. They bring it in a lot of little bowls.
I would hate to be the dishwasher!
We really needed pizza during one lunch hour.
Proof that cheese does exist in Japan. I had been told otherwise. It'll cost ya, though.
Little bags of chips for $3.50 +/_.
This was the entire chip selection. American's are used to an entire aisle devoted to just chips!
Well, I'm ending this post with the food options. I have a lot more photos to show, but this is going to get way too long. I enjoyed the food. It was very fresh and delicious and there is a variety. We even had Mexican food one night. It wasn't like here in California, but it was good. They put pineapple on my Carne Asada tacos. I kind of liked it. I will be back with pictures of our new apartment in a few days! Sayonara everyone!