I went to Suntory Museum of Art (Tokyo Midtown Roppongi 3F) to admire “Kawanabe Kyodai: Nothing Escaped His Brush”.
He was a very imaginative painter: animals move like humans and he also painted many ghosts, goblins and monsters.
He had his own strange world to express.
If you wish to admire his arts, you are advised to take a photo of this promotional board which is placed at 1F of Tokyo Midtown Roppongi to get 100 yen discount from admission fee by showing the photo.
I’m lucky I had few complementary tickets. fufufu
After admiring Japanese paintings, I was in the mood for a Japanese dessert.
But to enjoy seasonal anmitsu (red bean paste and jelly with syrup), Strawberry Anmitsu, at Toraya Cafe (Tokyo Midtown Roppongi B1F.), I had to wait.
This is Japanese traditional dessert cafe, but the system for queue is very modern – computerized.
People before us weren’t there to wait so we managed to get a table fast.
I expected to see strawberry fruit in Anmitsu, but there aren’t any strawberries.
Though, it’s very strawberry because its very strawberry syrup and there are few strawberry jellies.
I’m glad to chose Matcha (thick green tea) to balance the sweetness.
For dinner, I went to Korean Dinning Kosari Tokyo, Akabane, Tokyo.
Choco and I enjoyed Korean BBQ on charcoals.
Choco had grilled chicken.