Tuesday, 6 October 2015

Japanese daily life: What I've eaten in Japan so far

Hey guys! 
Lately, in true tourist style. I've been taking pictures of some of the food I've been eating. Of course, most of the food I have is just from the conbini, so that's not featured... I really need to start cooking properly for myself soon. The kitchen here is tiny, but I'm sure I can do it!
To be honest, I'm sad because my friends want to eat western food a lot lately... I don't wanna eat on my own though.
Anyway, here are some pictures of the food I've eaten in Japan~
Plane food:

 We got breakfast at the 'Copenharvest' bakery:
 Takoyaki from Dotombori. You know, the place with the giant octopus on the side of the building?

 
Spaghetti from a place in Minoh:
 Katsu curry that for some reason came with udon too?! I had to donate the udon to my friend, but I tried a little. Needless to say, the katsu curry was great. The udon too.
 More spaghetti from Copenharvest:
Lassi from Indian food (Do you see what I mean about not getting enough Japanese food!)

 Omurice in Kyoto
 Okonomiyaki!! (These are so good OMG you have to try it. Also, they are an Osaka speciality)
 Katsu Curry from my uni canteen, which was stupidly cheap.
 More spaghetti, aaaaahhh
 Oya-ko don in Umeda. Oya-ko means 'parent and child' and the dish is made from chicken and egg, which I found pretty funny :)
Shoyu ramen in Minoh. Delicious. 

That's it for now! Hope you enjoyed looking at these pictures, although to be honest now I'm a little hungry....
Thanks for reading! (^O^)/
-Amy xoxo


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