For dinner, the four of us enjoyed monjyayaki (Japanese version of a pancake) at a small restaurant recommended by Yasuko's father. It was not easy to find. His directions to us were simply two blocks from a 7-11 in given neighborhood. There were three visible 7-11s, so, we struggled. No matter. We made it and it was well worth it! We had four variations of monjyayaki, two seafood ones (one tuna and roe, another octopus tentacles and corn), one noodle one, and lastly, my favorite, the okonomiyaki, which was the most fried, seasoned and delicious of the four. Oishii!

Now on to day 2...

Authorjustine lee