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Wadaya No Gohan (Wada’s Food) Making Body and Soul to Win Cancer!

Dr. Wada is teaching us how to prevent making and growing cancer.

Our daily life and eating habit creates cancer; on the other hand, we can also prevent making or growing greatly if we change our eating habit.

Cancer needs sugar/glucose to become cancer.

I should not overtake sugar and carbohydrate such as white rice, breads, pasta, etc.

Salts will give energy to cancer.

I should take less salts to reduce activities of cancer.

I should cut daily products such as milk, cheeses, yogurt, butter, etc. because it will grow cancer.

I should take good quality oil, omega 3 oil such as linseed oil, perilla oil, etc. and omega 9 such as olive oil.

To reduce salt, Dr. Wada advises to use dashi (umami: soup stock of konbu (seaweed) and katsuobushi (fish flakes) for cooking.

I will take his advice to change my eating habit to make my body and soul to prevent cancer.

I know it’s not easy because I love to eat and these delicious food is the one I should stop eating. Ahhhhhh

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Tokyo Ginza Seigetsudo

There is a cafe at Japanese traditional confectionery manufacturer: Tokyo Ginza Seigetsudo.

Food is delicious and the place provides quietness.

When I want to have quality food and quiet moment during lunch, I come here.

I had beef stew today.

After lunch, I enjoyed second cup of green tea.

Today, an artisan was demonstrating making fresh dorayaki (Japanese pancakes with red beans).

Dorayaki is Doraemon’s favorite.

I bought a freshly made dorayaki for dinner.

It’s so soft and yammy!

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Staying Over on Friday Night

I went to office on Friday, but honestly, I wasn’t productive on that day.

I waited to hit 5 o’ clock to go back to meet my friend for dinner.

We could make a reservation at Michelin 1 Star Restaurant Sushi Nakamura, Roppongi only at 9 pm.

We had some bites at Grand Hyatt Roppongi’s Club Lounge.

Yes, we had few glasses here last night, too.


Chef’s Recommendation Course was nice.

Sorry, it’s Michelin Restaurant, I behaved by not taking any photos.

My friend invited me to crush at her place.

She upgraded her room to Suite!

It’s so comfy! 

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Dinner at Shokkan, Solamachi, Sky Tree, Tokyo

I attended dinner function on behalf of my boss who is on leave.

Th restaurant is located at Sky Tree, the tallest building and communication tower in Japan with height of 634 m.


This nice Japanese cuisine restaurant, Shokkan is located on 30th Floor with a great view.

Of course, during the function, I couldn’t take any photos, but I arrived earlier to explore the area.


At the bottom of the Sky Tree, there is a shopping area named Solamachi, meaning sky town.

It was fun walking around the area till dinner time.


Though, there aren’t any photos of food, Japanese food was presented nicely by admiring and it was delicious.

When I’m in Asakusa area, I should make a reservation for dinner here to save cost for visiting observation room:  JPY 2,500. hahaha

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Dinner at Shokkan, Solamachi, Sky Tree, Tokyo

I attended dinner function on behalf of my boss who is on leave.

Th restaurant is located at Sky Tree, the tallest building and communication tower in Japan with height of 634 m.


This nice Japanese cuisine restaurant, Shokkan is located on 30th Floor with a great view.

Of course, during the function, I couldn’t take any photos, but I arrived earlier to explore the area.


At the bottom of the Sky Tree, there is a shopping area named Solamachi, meaning sky town.

It was fun walking around the area till dinner time.


Though, there aren’t any photos of food, Japanese food was presented nicely by admiring and it was delicious.

When I’m in Asakusa area, I should make a reservation for dinner here to save cost for visiting observation room:  JPY 2,500. hahaha