There were a lot of delicious foods to choose from. Each person wrote what the dish was on a piece of paper, which was very helpful in choosing. I think everyone went back for seconds and even thirds!
As always in Japan, the trash was separated. I had to wait to see what was put in each bag before throwing anything away because I couldn’t read the writing on the bags.
After the main part of the eating (people returned to the food table throughout the party), various Japanese games were introduced.
Sumo wrestling was a big hit.
Everyone wanted to be able to spin a plate on a stick. As you can see it takes some concentration.
I think everyone had a good time and had plenty to eat.