Mochi & Okonomiyaki

On the second day of my Japan trip, I went to Disneysea with my good friends whom I had not seen for a very long time 🙂

All on board!

The weather was very cold and unfortunately, that day was a bit too crowded for my liking. The waiting time for popular attractions were about 140-200 minutes (eek)! The place itself was very beautiful and I loved how everyone queued properly and was in happy mood!

I also got to eat this super cute mochi !!! 

At night, we decided to go to Sakura Tei at Harajuku to make our own Okonomiyaki. When I was about to get out of the the train station, I couldn’t find my pasmo ticket!! Thankfully the ticket master was very kind and just asked me which station did I come from so he could charge me the proper fare. No further questions were asked – this made me realise how honest Japanese people must be in general! I was a bit sad actually – because I just topped up 20$ in my pasmo card 😦 and it also had about 7$ remaining! Oh well – life goes on.

Anyways, back to my dinner – it was definitely a great experience and I highly recommend it. They have all-you-can-eat option starting from 2100 yen (+ 1 drink additional extra fee), and some staff are westerners – making it easy for us to communicate and ask questions!

Ta da – happiness on a hot plate!

Their website gives clear directions too which is really helpful as I find that google map does not really work properly in Tokyo. 

If you are interested, this is the website:

http://www.sakuratei.co.jp
Next stop – Kanazawa!

🙂

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