1. travelry:

    Fukubukuro Dessert in Tokyo, Japan, serves unusual flavoured ice cream in sets of 6 taster-scoops. I got: Tulip, Crab, Garlic (Dracula), Coal, Eel and Wasabi flavours. I was given a sachet of herbs to put on the eel one. The flavours were all spot on (I don’t know what I expected). I’m pretty sure the crab one had actual bits of crab in it. Other flavours on their menu: Potato, Shark fin, Miso noodle, Indian curry, Beef tongue, White Shrimp, Double Cheese, Corn, Rose, Eggplant, Pumpkin, Basil and Oyster. 

  2. hello-kitty:

    Say hello to Kirimi, a star in the sliced food world and the newest member of the Sanrio family!

  3. lust-for-food:

Sushi cake 

    lust-for-food:

    Sushi cake 

  4. animemangadaisuki:

    Water Cake

    A Japanese bakery, Kinseiken Seika, is cooking up a storm and it’s getting all over the world wide web.

    The dessert they are cooking up is the mizu shingen mochi and it is a rice cake that is made out of… you guessed it water from the Japanese Alps.

    A Tweet from a customer said that the dessert “has a pleasant natural sweetness… (and) goes incredibly smoothly down your throat.” 

    SOURCE

  5. paysagearchitectural:

    NAGAKIN CAPSULE TOWER

    Architect : Kisho Kurokawa

    Location: Tokyo, Japan

    Start Project : 1970

    Project Complete: 1972

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  7. uss-special:

    tinycartridge:

    Here’s what a complete Japanese GBA collection looks like, all 795 cartridges lined up and put up for auction. You could own this divine set for just $5,800!

    Buy: GBA games and stuff
    See also: More Game Boy Advance posts
    [Via @Analogueint]

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  8. bobbing-for-hobbies:

Travel | Mister Donut, Taipei, Taiwan
The Mister Donut craze in Taipei has finally dwindled, but several locations still stand. After eating hot pot and shopping, I wanted a mochi donut as a snack so the four of us opted to share three donuts. After the inhalation of the donuts, my aunt decided she liked my strawberry mochi donut (pictured above) so much that she went and bought two more. And, that is how good that donut was.

    bobbing-for-hobbies:

    Travel | Mister Donut, Taipei, Taiwan

    The Mister Donut craze in Taipei has finally dwindled, but several locations still stand. After eating hot pot and shopping, I wanted a mochi donut as a snack so the four of us opted to share three donuts. After the inhalation of the donuts, my aunt decided she liked my strawberry mochi donut (pictured above) so much that she went and bought two more. And, that is how good that donut was.

  9. afragmentcastadrift:

    Some sort of bliss known as mochido - the mochi donut.

    And now Mitsuwa is added to my list of places to visit when I am next in CA.

    (courtesy of NotCot)

  10. denshamagic:

eeeel:

whatieathowirun:

Tumblr, meet loquat, also known as “Japanese plum”.
It was the first time I’ve ever seen this fruit and, since I’m curious like that, wanted to try it. It looked like an apricot when sliced in two, but taste resembled sour plum. Quite nice and I think I’ll be buying it again :)
day 19. HIIT (25 mins total / 15 mins intervals) + 5k walk completed.

It has a stupid name in Chinese, though. I swear, it’s like “pee paw” 枇杷

oh these grow at my grandparents’ place. 8D my grandmother sometimes makes compotes out of them.
#they’re called biwa in japanese

omg
lol yeah i was curious so i tried it in google translate and for a moment i just sat there all jealous like “why does everything sound cuter in japanese” ビワ

    denshamagic:

    eeeel:

    whatieathowirun:

    Tumblr, meet loquat, also known as “Japanese plum”.

    It was the first time I’ve ever seen this fruit and, since I’m curious like that, wanted to try it. It looked like an apricot when sliced in two, but taste resembled sour plum. Quite nice and I think I’ll be buying it again :)

    day 19. HIIT (25 mins total / 15 mins intervals) + 5k walk completed.

    It has a stupid name in Chinese, though. I swear, it’s like “pee paw” 枇杷

    oh these grow at my grandparents’ place. 8D my grandmother sometimes makes compotes out of them.

    #they’re called biwa in japanese

    omg

    lol yeah i was curious so i tried it in google translate and for a moment i just sat there all jealous like “why does everything sound cuter in japanese” ビワ

  11. Sushi Cats, A Cute Collection of Magical Felines Resting on Sushi Rice

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