Lychee Lipton Tea

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I found this at Hakata station the other day and tried it. Not much of a fan I gotta say. But I like trying new things!!!

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Thanksgiving BBQ

I’m not American but I have American friends so I celebrated with them today for their thanksgiving tradition. We have limited resources here in Japan to get turkey and gravy and stuff, even though a Costco is nearby. We don’t have money to make a huge American meal so we just got chicken and marinated it on Soy sauce, Sesame seeds, garlic and so on. It was so delicious!

A friend gave us gravy packets and canned cranberry sauce (the Americans loved it) and we had some Costco cheesecake and apple pie.

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Hakata German Christmas market

Let me know if you are around Hakata for the German Christmas market in Fukuoka city. I went today and it was so fun!

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Morning stroll through Fukuoka

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My morning was earlier and wonderful. It’s about 7:30 in this picture

Canal City Ramen stadium

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Here are some pictures of my visit of the ramen stadium in Canal City, Hakata.

Hakata Ramen

I was able to try the famous Hakata Ramen the other day. Tonkotsu ramen started in Fukuoka I heard, and the first Tonkotsu ramen was made in Hakata. I went to the Ramen stadium in Canal city the other day and got to try it! Delicious!!!!

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9000kcal in 20min

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I saw this the other day. It’s an ad for a restaurant where you can try eating a 5kg meal (plate is included in the weight) or 9000kcal in 20 min. If you make it you don’t have to pay. If you can’t eat it, you have to pay 2000¥- about 17€!!!

I don’t date trying this! My stomach is not that big. Maybe some of my friends dare????

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