Last week while we were in Japan the kids and I had our fill of sushi from the first night we were in Tokyo. We found a restaurant at the shopping mall near the Hilton Tokyo Bay hotel which we stayed at during our visit to Disneyland.
The portion sushi which was served was much smaller then I had expected. I have seen really large portions of sushi being served in the Japan Hour episodes which I had caught on TV but these were kind of smaller compared to what I visioned.
Small selection of Sushi
Another selection of sushi which we ordered as we were still hungry.
Close up of a sushi we ordered
We did get our fill of sushi while we were at Kawazawa . We drove to a 100 yen sushi shop which was highly recommended by R’s friend and ate till I nearly burst!! I will share more pictures of that sushi shop next Friday 🙂
Whenever you go to a Chinese restaurant they would serve you a small saucer of pickles and also some nuts. The kids would all rush for the salted nuts and finish them up even before I get a chance to take some photos of them. During this particular visit to the Chinese restaurant it was the same so I only got to photograph the pickles as the kids do not take spicy foods.
Squid ink Cheong Fun
This was an interesting dish. Chee Cheong Fun normally comes in white and sometimes there are fillings like prawns or char siew inside. This particular one did not have any fillings inside but was doused with sesame oil instead. It tasted yummy and was visually different from the normal Cheong Fun which we use to eat.