So after chilling in the room all day because we needed to shower and couldn't leave until we were so fresh and so clean, we fell into the claw-like grip of hunger. We had been going to the Conbini for most of our meals so we thought we should try something different today. We grabbed umbrellas went off into the lovely rain in search of that noble goal, food. Sadly place after place we passed was closed and I was seriously thinking we were going to have to go to the conbini again. Not that the conbini is bad, just I knew that if we went to there I would get onigiri and a ham&egg salad sandwich. Delicious but I had it the past two days. BUT THERE IN THE DISTANCE, A SHINING STAR OF A SIGN. DENNY'S. Now you may be be thinking that was totally wimping out and not trying Japanese foods, BUT OH YOU WOULD BE WRONG. They had the best selection of different Japanese foods I have seen yet. Plus, much to my delight they had a special with Unagi. I flailed and got it with some Creamy Pearl Milk Tea. Honooko got Bite-sized loin steak which was "fantabulous". This was my first time having Bubble Tea and OMG it was delicious. I understand the addiction and I am going to get more when we go back next time. Because we have already decided we are going back.
I INTERRUPT THIS ENTRY TO MAKE AN IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT. FULL HOUSE DUBBED IN JAPANESE OWNS YOUR SOUL.
Anyways, so yeah, Denny's in Japan has reallly good food and has the best combinations ever.
When I was in Japan last month my boyfriend had this weird hang-up where he only wanted to eat in Japanese restaurants. My girlfriend and I opted for English cafes and burger places (if you ever see a Mos Burger or a First Kitchen, GO!) because they had picture menus or the menus were in kanji. We finally told him that if he wanted to he could walk into a restaurant by himself, not speak a lick of Japanese, and hope that maybe they will serve him.
And yes, we lived on conbini food too. <3 I miss Japan food! And if you guys come across these round, doughy bun things that are fresh out of the oven and covered in sugar (they may have them with cream and fruit in them too) BUY ONE! That is the most amazing pastry I have ever eaten, and in Osaka they were only 120 yen! I cannot express the goodness, or the name, of those things. They're round, there that should help. XP