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Monday, June 11, 2007

Japan day five pics are up

Featuring a soba breakfast, the Kanda festival with lots of food,
Odaiba Toyoto Mega Web and Palette Town,
dinner in Shinjuku and an izakaya supper
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posted by Helen (Grab Your Fork) on 6/11/2007 11:41:00 pm


  • At 6/12/2007 7:32 pm, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    Hi Helen,

    Errrr...this comment has nothing to do with your Japan trip though your pictures as always, are wonderful and the writing beautiful. Just wanted to let you know someone posted Bill Granger demonstrating his famous scrambled eggs and ricotta pancakes on youtube (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IIRAALuB3co&mode=related&search=). in case you might be interested to watch if you hadn't already.



  • At 6/12/2007 9:58 pm, Blogger Vintage Wine said…

    I just love the colours! They're so beautiful!
    I'm thinking about taking a year of next year and I'm dreaming about a trip to Australia. After all your wonderful posts, I have so many places to go and so much food to try out ;D

  • At 6/13/2007 12:33 pm, Blogger ktabart said…

    Just wanted to thank you for the gorgeous pictures and words! I lived in Japan last year and miss the food so much, especially good sushi and yummy obento. Especially loved your matsuri pics- i went to a few over there and always overindulged on choc-covered bananas, giant gyoza and yakisoba!

  • At 6/13/2007 9:53 pm, Blogger Helen (Grab Your Fork) said…

    Hi Susanna Lee - Thanks for the link. It was interesting to see the eggs in action, even if the preface was a little cheesy :)

    Hi Vintage Wine - The colours are fantastic aren't they? And yes, do come to Australia... and make a stop-off in Japan as well!

    Hi Onaka Suita - Living in Japan would be fascinating. Glad you enjoyed the little trip down memory lane!


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