I had Castella or Kasuteta (Japanese cake) for breakfast.
This is simply made of flour, eggs and sugar.
This dessert was brought to Japan by a Portuguese missionary in 16th century.
We call it Castella, but there isn’t any dessert like this in Spain; we don’t know the origin of this dessert.
Today, we eat pancakes and waffles for breakfast so I can eat this dessert which is made of flour, eggs and sugar for breakfast, right?
It was a nice day to walk in a light breeze.
I walked from Shonagawa to home.
There are a quite numbers of shrines and temples standing between buildings.
There is a Japanese traditional archery shop next to a temple, selling Japanese traditional archeries in Tokyo!
There are many interesting shops and restaurants on the way home.
I stopped by at a supermarket, Lincos.
It was a small adventure.