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... it has been rated the best Thai restaurant in Tokyo by the Lonely Planet. The restaurant was hidden on the third floor. You would never know that it was there. Even the very ornate door to the restaurant was closed. Unfortunately, all restaurants in Japan appear to allow smoking.
The food was authentic Thai but the smoke was certainly very off putting. Joseph and Shigeki were both dripping with sweat from the heat of the chilli. We had chilli ...
... local I could inflict my broken anime Japanglish upon, and through various sites/BBs I got a bite even with <24 hrs notice.
Hiroko-san was my first victim - we met at an ultra-chic cafe in Kyoto where I ordered a strange perfumey green tea that was supposedly a rare find in Japan. Hiroko is a photosynthesis research scientist for Kyoto University, and recently moved here from Paris after living there 4 years. I had (too) many questions ...
... block buildings, and assaulted by signs and ads at every step. The locals vibe reflects this dreariness, or maybe it's just extreme shyness and desire for privacy that hugely restricts any eye-contact, fleeting smiles, or jovial conversation amongst the train riders. I remember why the food and the culture are the drawcards here, and since I'm now gluten intolerant in this gluten-filled country, and already know enough about the culture for it not to be a novelty, ...
... rice, pickles, potatoes, grilled fish and miso soup. Each bit of the meal came in its own separate pot or bowl. It was great. Then I headed into the shrine. There was a big celebration (the centenary of the demise of the empress), so it was really busy. There were lots of people dressed up and lots of men with no trousers on. Not entirely sure why, but all credit to them - it was below freezing out there today! They were taking big ...
... the district we were staying in, to see if we could find a nice hand
crafted tea pot, which was the one souvenir that we wanted the most. We walked
around for a while and found a Hooters of all things, but in the same mall was
this small pottery store which sold these cute little tea pots. The store was
closed since it was quite late at this point, but as we were looking in the
window and trying to memorize where we were so we could come back the ...