My Sensei (teacher) reopened flower arrangement class at her house, Kichijoji.
It’s a nice town and there are many small cafes and stores.
Kichijoji has been introduced on TV, but this is my first time to visit the town.
Sensei’s house is built at Taisho jidai (era); it’s about 100 years old.
There are many vintages or antiques here and there.
It was fun to arrange with classmates and Sensei.
We had tea time after the arrangement to catch up on each other.
On the way back to the station, we took a street where there are many cafes and shops.
Venetian Glass Shop.
Kichijoji Petit Mura (Village): there are a cat cafe and few stores.
We tried Sake sampling.
We had tea break at Sensei’s house, but it wasn’t enough so we continued at Mi Cafeto, Kichijoji Station. hahaha
After enough chatting, I took Inogashira Line back to Shibuta.
For dinner, we (Mom and Mom’s friend) went to have Hitsumabushi (eel and eel porridge) at Maruya, Tokyo Midtown Roppongi.
Hitsumabushi is Nagoya speciality; of course, this restaurant is originated from Nagoya.
We went one floor down to HARBS to get few cakes back home.
These cakes were nice: Sakura Cake and Mille Crepe.
It was a nice day.
I visited a new town – Kichijoji, participated in my favorite flower arrangement class, nice tea and dinner with friends and family.