Wednesday, October 5, 2011

A Full Plate


This was my lunch the other day. And yes, that's including the fried noodles, which we call Yakisoba, in the top right corner. Needless to say I couldn't finish it all and ended up getting both of the Onigiri, also known as rice balls, as a take-out.

Very full and very happy stomach!


15 comments:

  1. That looks so good! Yum! My stomach is growling now. I love the presentation of all the dishes in different shaped bowls. So artful!

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  2. Oh come on Kaori.. I could have polished that off in ten minutes haha! looks delish.

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  3. OISHI SO!!! TABETAI DESU! I'm suddenly very hungry for lunch....

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  4. I was just thinking about dinner...(6.30 PM here now)

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  5. Looks like a fine repast. What else are we looking at here?

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  6. At first I thought you were off in Kyoto 京都 for some teppanyaki. Then I noticed that the Kikaku Building is in West Shinjuku, of course.

    Did you pop those tasty-looking onigiri in the broiler for some yaki-onigiri when you got home? Anyway, it is nice to have less to cook for dinner, don’t you think?

    Kibi-dango, of course, but I sometimes wonder if Momo-taro liked onigiri. It sure looks like it sometimes.

    Oh, wait. Maybe I am thinking of 鬼切り。

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  7. You show the greatest food pictures and they always leave me hungry!

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  8. wow, yummy-ness Kaori. ^0^
    save some for me...
    thanks for your kind words dear,
    i'm doing fine, just been busy and
    have been planning to go somewhere, the big news... soon!
    i wish all goes well.. haha.
    the typhoon that hit us was again a Big one, but thank God we're okay.

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  9. Hi everyone! Thank you so much for all the comments!

    PerthDP -- haha! I'll have to give this lunch set another go soon ;D

    Birdman -- There's the miso soup in the bottom right, the salad above it, some meat dish with thick sauce (which I also couldn't eat), and the pickled veggies in the top left! We call the pickles "tsuke-mono" :D

    Arabesque -- So glad you were okay! Can't wait to hear your big announcement :D

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  10. Wow, big portion, but looks very yummy! Kaori, maybe I can finish all.

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  11. I would have loved to help you with your lunch. 美味しいそう。

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  12. I am now very hungry! I really like your blog and if you don't mind, I'm going to tag along. My wife is Japanese and we've spent much time there. I love it!
    Patrick Tillett, Extremely Overdue

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