Airplane Food!
Bento Box Sushi from the convenient store
Tapas in Hiroshima
 
Delicious Pastries Octopus Fish Cake Fish Cake Momiji Manju  are maple leaf-shaped cakes that are the signature snack of H...
Hiroshima’s Okonomiyaki
Okonomiyaki at work…
Hiroshima’s Grand Prince Hotel  2,000 Yen Breakfast Buffet
Chinese Noodles   in Kyoto
Tempura  in Kyoto <ul><li>Prawn </li></ul><ul><li>Shitake Mushroom </li></ul><ul><li>Tomato </li></ul><ul><li>Pumpkin </li...
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, too...
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
 
 
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 trai...
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 usua...
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
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6 - Food and Misc.

  1. 1. Airplane Food!
  2. 2. Bento Box Sushi from the convenient store
  3. 3. Tapas in Hiroshima
  4. 5. 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
  5. 6. Hiroshima’s Okonomiyaki
  6. 7. Okonomiyaki at work…
  7. 8. Hiroshima’s Grand Prince Hotel 2,000 Yen Breakfast Buffet
  8. 9. Chinese Noodles in Kyoto
  9. 10. Tempura in Kyoto <ul><li>Prawn </li></ul><ul><li>Shitake Mushroom </li></ul><ul><li>Tomato </li></ul><ul><li>Pumpkin </li></ul><ul><li>Wheat Gluten </li></ul><ul><li>Squid </li></ul><ul><li>Green Pepper </li></ul><ul><li>Okra </li></ul>
  10. 11. Udon and Soba Noodles
  11. 12. More Udon Noodles
  12. 13. Rob was the only one who enjoyed GREEN TEA ICE CREAM.
  13. 14. 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!
  14. 15. Handmade Udon Noodles in Kyoto
  15. 16. Sushi on a conveyor belt!
  16. 17. Rice and more Udon Noodles in Kyoto!
  17. 18. First meal in Tokyo
  18. 19. Chinese noodles in Harajuku Crepes on Takeshita Street
  19. 20. Indian Food in Tokyo
  20. 21. Order by Machine Food. CHEAP!
  21. 22. Korean Hibachi
  22. 23. Skewer s
  23. 26. Sushi @ the airport
  24. 27. Airplane Food
  25. 28. Snacks
  26. 29. Miscellaneous
  27. 30. $1 US = 96 Yen
  28. 31. 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.
  29. 32. We spent some time traveling on the JR and playing 500 to pass time.
  30. 33. Japan has a great subway/train system.
  31. 34. We spent a lot of time traveling on the JR rails and playing 500 to pass time. Got lost a few times…
  32. 35. 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!
  33. 36. EVERYWHERE! Bikes Umbrellas Vending Machines
  34. 37. Bathroom Wonders The mirror that never fogs up. The bidet The BIG or little flush.
  35. 38. The brightly colored displays of fake food. Food ticket ATM.
  36. 39. Some ridiculously priced foods! Remember, $1 US = 96 Yen

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