Today, the day is shortest in a year.
We have a custom to take a bath with Yuzu (Yuzu Citrus) to wish for health despite its coldness outside.
I should buy a real Yuzu, but I forgot about it; instead, I took a bath with Yuzu aroma bub.
As I introduced before, this Kao’s carbonated bath tablet keeps my body warm.
Simple Christmas Nail Decoration for 2017.
Unfortunately, I don’t have glittering in red.
I cannot say this is the best design for Christmas, but I wanted to try this combination tonight.
Today, I had two Bonenkai.
I had a corporate Bonenkai (Year -End Gathering) at Malaysian Restaurant, Malay Asian Cuisine, Shibuya, Tokyo.
I enjoyed these Malaysian food: Satay, Nasi Lemak, ota ota (it’s fish surimi. After open banana leaf, there is a curry flavored fish surimi: picture on the right), Murtabak, pandan chiffon cake and Teh tarik.
At the evening, I enjoyed Italian at Il Ritrovo, Ropppongi Hills, Tokyo with my flower arrangement class mates (7 of us).
I was busy talking during Bonenkai; therefore, I forgot to take photos.
Nonetheless, the restaurant is famous for pizza, delicious and VERY cost effective.
Merry Christmas and Happy New Year, my friends!
I walked Marunouchi Financial District which is nicely decorated for Christmas.
I had American Steak at Wolfgang’s Steak House, Marunouchi, Tokyo.
I had nice beefy dinner!
After office, I went to dermatology to get medicines to control my allergy for skin.
Tonight, I finished early at dermatology; therefore, I went to gym for cycling.
Now instead of bed time story, feel like bed time TV: Rizzoli & Isles.
I woke up early for Sunday to catch 9:00 am showing movie at Toho Cinema, Roppongi.
Star Wars started showing on 15 December 2017 in Japan.
I watched it on an Extra Large Screen with better audio, DOLBY ATMOS.
The movie is absolutely nice!
I cried through the movie and this is definitely a must movie.
Later in the afternoon, I watched Murder On The Orient Express.
I enjoyed it in different way, classic but thrilling.
It was an exciting day!
One can make me happy, but TWO!
I had a nice namakaki tempura zarusoba (oyster tempura cold sobs) tonight at Nihonbashi Yabukyu, Tokyo.
This soba shop opened in Japanese Era Meiji 35 years, 1902.
This restaurant is a member of Kibachi Kai.
Kibachi (wooden bowl) symbolizes the basic of soba.
Kibachi Kai aims to improve skills among members.
I found my favorite soba shop name, Azabu Jyuban Sarashina Horii, in a list.
If you are looking for a nice soba shop, we can refer to the website of Kobachi Kai at http://www.kibati-kai.net/01about/index.html.Unfortunately, it’s in Japanese only.I hope you would reach to a soba shop by Google Map…?