Bowling and chicken sashimi

The most random title of a post in a long time, but somewhat descriptive none the less. Look at the weather for Tokyo last friday. Wonderful wonderful, I felt so incredibly happy standing out in the sun inbetween classes. I love the fact that it can be both sunny and warm at the same time in this city. I am sure the temperature will drop back down a little bit, but spring is coming, I love it!

This is some of the things we had to read in reading class. (No, I do not understand it.)

Onigiri with negitoro. My semi-daily lunch.

I bought myself a little present.

And then we went bowling. I suppose I do not have to mention that I do not know how to bowl, but there was a jidouhanbaeki there where you could buy drinks, so I had a fun time.

And last but not least, before the bowling, we went and ate yakitori, but they also had chicken sashimi. (Raw chicken, raw chicken liver and raw chicken heart.) It was really delicious.

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  1. Nøve says:

    Seriøst, 19 grader!? Halleluja, likte sammenligningen med Bergen, og jeg gleder meg så sinnsykt, det gjør nesten litt vondt. Og oi. Jeg vil smake men samtidig ikke.

    • Sushi Bird says:

      Jepp! 19 grader. Men noen dager senere snødde det litt igjen, så alt er ikke fryd og gammen, men herregud – det er så deilig å kjenne at våren er rett rundt hjørnet.

  2. Hilde says:

    Wow, rå fugl? Steiker/koker japanerne egentlig noe som helst?

    Jeg som ikke en gang takler kyllingfileten min litt rå en gang, hadde hatt enorme problemer med å spise det der. Haha!

    • Sushi Bird says:

      Jeg tror de steker og koker ganske så masse, egentlig, men jeg liker å prøve ting som ikke er like vanlig. Jeg tror ikke jeg hadde klart å spise rå kylling i Norge.