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    • Airplane Food!
    • Bento Box Sushi from the convenient store
    • Tapas in Hiroshima
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    • Delicious Pastries Octopus Fish Cake Fish Cake Momiji Manju are maple leaf-shaped cakes that are the signature snack of Hiroshima. Hiroshima Beef Steamed Bun
    • Hiroshima’s Okonomiyaki
    • Okonomiyaki at work…
    • Hiroshima’s Grand Prince Hotel 2,000 Yen Breakfast Buffet
    • Chinese Noodles in Kyoto
    • Tempura in Kyoto
      • Prawn
      • Shitake Mushroom
      • Tomato
      • Pumpkin
      • Wheat Gluten
      • Squid
      • Green Pepper
      • Okra
    • Udon and Soba Noodles
    • More Udon Noodles
    • Rob was the only one who enjoyed GREEN TEA ICE CREAM.
    • After a long day exploring Kyoto, we ended up eating at an Italian restaurant along the river. No one, but me, Julie, took pictures of their food because they resented eating non-Japanese. But, it was delicious!
    • Handmade Udon Noodles in Kyoto
    • Sushi on a conveyor belt!
    • Rice and more Udon Noodles in Kyoto!
    • First meal in Tokyo
    • Chinese noodles in Harajuku Crepes on Takeshita Street
    • Indian Food in Tokyo
    • Order by Machine Food. CHEAP!
    • Korean Hibachi
    • Skewer s
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    • Sushi @ the airport
    • Airplane Food
    • Snacks
    • Miscellaneous
    • $1 US = 96 Yen
    • We were tired of carrying our umbrellas around, so we devised a plan to hide our umbrellas in an unpaid locker at the train station and pick them up on the way back… … but, they were gone when we returned.
    • We spent some time traveling on the JR and playing 500 to pass time.
    • Japan has a great subway/train system.
    • We spent a lot of time traveling on the JR rails and playing 500 to pass time. Got lost a few times…
    • Lawson, Family Mart, and Seven Elevens were popular convenient stores to pick up breakfast and snacks. The bakery was usually one of our first stops each morning. A seaweed rice roll, yum!
    • EVERYWHERE! Bikes Umbrellas Vending Machines
    • Bathroom Wonders The mirror that never fogs up. The bidet The BIG or little flush.
    • The brightly colored displays of fake food. Food ticket ATM.
    • Some ridiculously priced foods! Remember, $1 US = 96 Yen