They have many kinds of antique Kimono and accessories, and also the retro-style interior looks fabulous. It is fun even though you are Just looking around inside of the shop! Their staffs are super nice and they give you great advices to choose good one for you. It helps you a lot even though you don’t have any knowledge about Kimono.
I am back in Japan for now. There are many delicious food here in Japan and I have been eating a lot since I came back. I wonder if I would gain weight… Well,, should have been gaining already… Here are food which I ate on the day I arrived.
I rarely eat fishes in Europe since they are kind of expensive, so I will eat them a lot here before going back to Amsterdam!
“Hyaku-nichi-go ni shinu wani” which means “An alligator that will die after 100 days.” This is a manga which people are now talking about on Twitter, Instagram, etc… It makes you think about many things. I highly recommend it.
作：イラストレーター きくちゆうき By Yuuki Kikuchi, an Illustrator
This dish is also called “Nabe-jiki”and named in Edo a long time ago. The reason why is that this is “Shigi-yaki” which is cooked using“Nabe (pot)”. “Shigi” means “Sandpiper”and “yaki” means “stir-fry”. Cooked abergines look like sandpipers therefore this is started to be called “Nabe-jiki”. This food looks like a Chinese food, however, it is a Japanese country side dish. The combination with a rice is perfect.
★How to cook Heat oil and fly pork. Add aubergines and fly them, then put green peppas. After frying well, put a source (The Mix of miso, sugar, mirin, sake) in it. Fry and boil until the source disappears.
*炒め煮（いために/ Itameni）：たれを入れた後で、炒めて煮ること To fry and boil until the source disappears after putting source.