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Hi Hannah - Ahh yes, grilled squid on the <a href="http://wkimrco.com">stretes</a> of Sydney - how good would that be!Hi Simon Food Favourites - I think these were plum blossoms rather than cherry blossoms but we were happy to see them all the same. Cherry blossoms don't bloom until late March/early April and yes, their window period is very small.Hi Peter G - Thanks so much. The level of respect for food in Japan seems unparalleled doesn't it? Always inspiring.Hi Stephcookie - The grape soft serve was very alluring but I was glad I'd ordered the Hokkaido milk! The mochi cakes were great - hurrah for starch, I say!Hi angielivestoeat - lol. Congrats on starting your own blog. The more the merrier I say! Hope you make it to Japan one day - the place is one big eating adventure!Hi Mrs Pigflyin - I'm surprised you haven't tried the grilled mochi already. It was like rice chewing gum - so sticky and good!Hi Katie - Ha, I was a bit the same. There was such a fuss over the blossoms, I really wonder how crazy they go over the cherry blossoms! It is quite touching that they truly appreciate natural beauty - something we seem to often take for granted.Hi Mark - Kebabs aren't quite the same, are they? lol. But we have plenty of great outdoor festivals which is great.Hi Sarah - Ooh that's a great idea to make your own obanyaki...Hi Veruca Salt - Oh but nothing ventured nothing gained, right? It was memorable and who can beat ice cream eating in the shadow of a castle on a warm winter's day :)Hi ericl33t - Sounds delicious. I love that you still remember it with such clarity!Hi Lannae - They were gorgeous. You can understand why so many locals tote around tripods and huge cameras in an effort to capture their beauty forever.Hi Howard - It was such a serious business and I've never seen so many hardcore cameras and lenses in a public spot before!Hi Terry - These were plum blossoms but I agree, their beauty is quite breathtaking.Hi chocolatesuze - lol. I almost cried with happiness :)Hi Reemski - The yellow blossoms were particularly pretty, especially against the blue skies.Hi Von - Japan is a fantastic destination, and yes, the food is always a highlight!Hi FFichiban - Ha, the girls practising kendo were super aggressive. I don't think I would've surived two seconds :)Hi Simon - I took so many photos of the plum blossoms. I can understand why people spend a whole day there with tripods. And ha, the novelty of being surrounded by Nikons was definitely not lost on me!Hi Kay - I think the only grape flavour we have here is Hubba Bubba bubblegum, hence Veruca's adverse reaction. lol.Hi Trisha - Oh obanyaki as sustenance! lol. We ate a lot of onigiri triangles :) The changing of seasons in Japan is always picturesque. I can imagine that Osaka Castle would've looked spectacular.Hi Kitchen Butterfly - We found hotdogs everywhere in Japan and Korea. I think the cuts make them look so much prettier?Hi Rebecca - It's always fun to share photos. Happening on the kendo was a happy coincedence!Hi YW - The mochi wasn't really salty but the sauce on top added a sweet saltiness. I think you can buy unsweetened mochi from Tokyo Mart? Maybe ask the staff there?Hi SK - I'm back now but yes, Japan was brilliant as always. I'm slowly getting used to natto - hopefully after a few more trips I'll be its biggest fan :)
Methinks you may have me confused with the peymnoudous blogger Armed Liberal , who hm, seems to have fallen off the web. I wasn't him. I did like his writing, though.
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