Wednesday, November 27, 2013

Wednesday In Japan... Thanksgiving


This is not a Thanksgiving in Japan post today.
Thanksgiving is not a holiday in Japan.
And I am not sure if you could even find a turkey.

But I thought I would post in it place some wonderful
food photos instead.
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The Gyotakuya Restaurant we went to after Mia's Omiyamairi.
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The little crab chopstick holder on the left.... I have some just like that !
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Resturant at the Hotel/Hot Springs we stayed at at Yubara Onsen
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Son made the Dinner resverations and you could chose from Fish or Steak.
He chose Fish thank goodness because it was fabulous.
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Happy Thanksgiving to my American readers
and a very Happy Thursday to everyone.

fish. . . parsnip
music. . . One Summer Day,   Joe Hisaishi
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17 comments:

  1. Love it. It all looks delicious!

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  2. God, I have such Japanese food lust now!

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  3. the japanese make everything so beautiful! happy thanksgiving honey. and "yert" to the square boys!

    smiles, bee
    xxoxoxoxxo

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  4. Mmm...food... Great photos!

    Thanksgiving was my big homesickness holiday in Japan. My first year there, my American friends and I got together with buckets of KFC. It was the closest thing we could find to turkey. The second year, I went out with a bunch of British friends to a ninniku-ya. They didn't understand why it was such a big deal for me, but they played along gamely.

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  5. Lovely display of food.

    Happy Thanksgiving!

    Hugs and chocolate,
    Shelly

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  6. Happy thanksgiving to you Parsnip. My grandmother, who I never knew, was a daughter of the revolution so perhaps I should celebrate too!

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  7. Happy Thanksgiving to you and the square ones.

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  8. Happy Thanksgiving, Gayle, to you and your family--including those two furry family members!

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  9. Happy Thanksgiving to you and the Square Ones ®! YERT!

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  10. The food looks much more inviting than boring old turkey.

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