Fat tuna for a fat bastard, i.e. me. 😀
Think simultaneous melt-in-your-mouth, jizz-in-your-pants action. 11 out of 10 would maul with facehole again.
Tuna otoro @ Tsukiji Market,Tokyo
1,000 Yen Meals Day 91: December 16. Happy Day Before I See Star Wars Day! What a momentous occasion. The day before I see Star Wars. Wow. Incredible! Imagine what it’s going to feel like tomorrow. INCREDIBLY INCREDIBLE. I can’t wait. I don’t get excited about much anymore. I don’t want any TV. Hell, I don’t even own a TV. I don’t read books (words?). I don’t play games. I don’t go to bars. I don’t do ANYTHING for enjoyment here (besides buy cute crap for people, but that’s my job). But Star Wars. Star Wars is my jam. In 4-D, too. Shit. Almost as good as eating food. Hmm… That’s a tough one. I like both. Star Wars food is a happy medium, I suppose. Speaking of Star Wars almost being as good as food, here’s what I ate today:
▪️Morning Smoothie: Not counted
▪️Boring-ass Steamed Veggies: Not counted
▪️Omurice: ¥257 (original price: ¥321)
▪️Yummy-Ass Sushi/Inari Set: ¥270 (original price: ¥300)
▪️Melon Bread: ¥108
▪️Mega Moist Mr. Strawberry Cake: ¥119
▪️Taro Milk Tea Boba: Not Counted
💱 Grand Total: ¥754
✅ Money Leftover: ¥246
Because of my obsession with stuffing BALLS down my MOUTH HOLE, I ended up eating dinner a little earlier than usual so that I could make it to the boba place before it closed. That meant SMALLER discounts on the food I normally get. UGH. It’s just WRONG to only get 10-20% discounts. The worst. I’m so cheap. And poor. Cheap and poor is the opposite of peanut butter and jelly… THE WORST COMBINATION. That’s why I think I may end my weekly boba treat. Too expensive and it doesn’t give me the SAME JOY as it did back home. Don’t get me wrong…. I still LOVE balls. Especially when you put said balls and directly down my mouth. But I don’t think it’s worth the hassle. I may just get a matcha green tea latte at Starbucks instead. I dunno. Melon bread is good, though. Same with the MEGA MOIST strawberry cake. Just wish it was discounted. Full price? Ugh. What kind of world do we live in where you gotta pay FULL PRICE for cheap-ass pastries? I’ll tell ya: A world I DON’T WANT TO LIVE IN. Balls.
Aight. That’s it for today! See y'all あした!
OMG this is super tasty apple pie that I found accidentally after saw long queue in front of the shop . This is apple pie with cream inside and flaky soft pie crust @ringoapplepie They limit only 4 pcs per customer and price is ¥399 each. Trust me eat it while it still warm and one is never enough. Will buy again tomorrow before heading back home to Jakarta. Swipe ➡️ for more pics
Il Bento è un oggetto molto comune nella cucina giapponese: si tratta di un contenitore con varie sezioni separate per contenere diversi tipi di cibo; di solito contiene riso e contorni (che possono essere pesce, carne, verdure cotte o marinate),onigiri, tempura, tōfu e altri cibi che variano a seconda della stagione.
Il Bento è pensato per essere esteticamente piacevole, vengono studiati i colori e la disposizione delle diverse preparazioni mentre lo si compone. Viene dato ai bambini come pasto per la scuola o ai familiari per la pausa pranzo lavorativa, ma vengono portati anche a feste e picnic. Sebbene i Bento già pronti si trovino ormai in tutti i supermercati e i minimarket prepararlo è ancora un gesto di affetto molto diffuso tra le donne giapponesi nei confronti di mariti, figli o fidanzati.
I bentō sono molto diffusi anche nelle stazioni ferroviarie e in questo caso sono chiamati Ekiben. Essi variano da regione a regione e sono anche un modo per promuovere le specialità locali.
Questo é il mio primo Bento, ma anche il mio primo Ekiben, preso alla stazione di Nikko. Itadakimasu!!! 🍱
Whooops 2 wagyu posts in a row...🐮🙈🐮 can’t get enough of the super tender beef in Japan🐃🎌🖤 finally got around to trying the juicy braised zabuton (fatty wagyu shoulder) & uni (sea urchin) nigiri at @ushigoro_yakiniku, been on my hit list for a while and certainly did not disappoint😍🐮🍣 炙りザブトンと雲丹のコンボ、たまらない🤤 (📍Ushigoro うしごろ, Nishi-Azabu) .
➕”Zabuton Sushi” with sea urchin (¥1,000 / 2 pieces) 🐮🍣 / ザブトンの炙り握り 生雲丹添え
[Laura's Working Holiday in Tokyo] 🇯🇵
Fresh Cream Specialty Milk Store in Tokyo - the 1st shop that introduces sweet cream as their leading role. Milky Soft Parfait (780¥) with a soft and fluffy texture, releasing an optimal level of Hokkaido milk sweetness in your mouth.
Belated celebrations with our newly promoted boss who generously treated us to a #wagyu beef #teppanyaki at @thebeefclubnishiazabu 🐄🐂🐃 Personal highlights were the beef fried katsu and the A5 rank rare steak bites but to be honest the whole meal was DERICIOUS🤣 (and so was the #OpusOne2013 🍷) 先輩、昇進おめでとうございます！㊗️🍾🎉🎊インスタ見てないと思うけどw (📍The Beef Club, Nishi-Azabu)
➕’Nishi-Azabu’ 9-course set menu (¥10,800 / person) / 西麻布コース
Monaka and homemade Azuki ice cream. We were asked to choose one from almond tofu, figs/azuki ice cream with monaka, and kuzukiri. Chef’s wife recommended the homemade Azuki ice cream monaka which is really good! Sweet ending.
Higuchi**, Tokyo (2017.08)