Kyushoku – Tuesdsay 27th April

Kyushoku - Tuesdsay 27th April
Another day, another delicious lunch. Anti-clockwise from the gyunyu:
  • Fish with miso sauce
  • Cucumber with sesame dressing
  • Gomokugohan – go is “5”, moku is “eye”, although in this case it means “ingredient”, and gohan is “rice”.
  • PURIN! – As you probably won’t be able to figure out, the word purin is the Japanese version of our word “pudding”. And this is one of their most loved Western-style deserts, and can be bought at any cornershop or supermarket. It is basically creme caramel, and is delicious.
Rating: 4.5/5 (the purin added the extra half mark)

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3 Responses

  1. Amanda says:

    The milk bottle is so cute! I wish I had one like that when I was in school.

    By the way, I really like your blog. It’s very interesting and I enjoy reading your posts and seeing your pictures. Please keep it up! :)

  2. says:

    Oh thanks very much for your kind words! It’s nice that my blog is appreciated (and not as boring as I sometimes feel it is). Will definitely keep blogging – am planning a trip to the internet cafe tomorrow, in fact :)

  3. Amanda says:

    :D I look forward to reading your latest post!