Sunday, October 29, 2017

Kaneda Shokudo

My friend and I met for lunch last week at a restaurant she had visited before, but was new to me. The food was great, and I'm sure I will be going there again!  



We both like anchovies and garlic, so we ordered a number of things and shared.  It seemed like a lot of food, but we managed to eat all of it. 





After lunch, we walked through the eki mai shopping area and came upon this old fashioned type candy store.  She bought a few things she likes and I bought a couple of chocolate 10 yen "coins".  





I really enjoyed our get together and hope we can do it again soon.

9 comments:

kiwikid said...

Fun day out for you, always good to find new places.

Mia said...

I am glad that you had a great time with your friend, Pamela. Kisses!!!

Queeniepatch said...

That is a healthy serving of vegs!

Anonymous said...

What a wonderful day Pamela and the food looks yummy 😘

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Von said...

I love getting these glimpses into life in Japan!

Anna van Schurman said...

Yum! Like kids in a candy store :)

Brigitte said...

The food looks very interesting. And this candy shop must be paradise (at least for me, lol).

Leonore Winterer said...

Sounds like you had a lot of fun (and delicious food!) together!