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same age as Tokyo Tower, discovered Japan via tea about 25 years ago, fell in love with Japanese traditional (tea) as well as new pop (music) culture, visited several times and since 1998 building web devoted to J-tea & J-pop...
Usagi manjuu MACCHA!!! Oishisoo...
I wanna eat it right now! Kaitai...
Somebody, send it to Europe pleeeaaase m(..)m
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Uji kintoki miruku! Delicious! Refreshing! There is nothing like this in my city... (T_T)
<(^-^); mmm I wish to be my dog
I am just afraid that no European city is so clean ... unfortunately
\(^o^)/ it's my pleasure
imho, Japanese green tea works much better!
chasoba - green tea buckwheat
noodles ... veeery delicious +healthy!
抹茶[maccha] in plastic!
certainly the green tea ice cream! おいしそう
"Comiket" =abbreviated from "Comic Market" (see e.g. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Comiket )
本当に好きですよ！！！ I love this!
I remember - during my visit there was some super kawaii girl singing live on some tiny "stage"...
aaa, natsukashii... many years ago there was a great cd/dvd shop inside, where my friends were working!
I think still there are some great cd stores inside...
Btw: Japanese music stores' staff is probably the most knowledgeable about music in the world. I was always so impressed - they knew every cd, even from pretty obscure artist, which I asked...
My unreserved admiration m(_ _)m
superb idea indeed!!
yes! yes! i love it too!!
wow! memorable ホコ天 (HokoTen) place ...
hmm, in my country I can imagine only the shop called "TOMB"
oh, I'd the same question... <(^_^;)
(imho) green tea is the best! anywhere, anytime, in any form!
second hand shops are wonderful in Japan - I've bought a lot of very rare old used Jpop/rock CDs always in perfect condition (Japanese are usually very careful)
always something new! Japanese people are sooo creative