Wednesday, June 25, 2008

Eating Out in Japan: Ito Shizuoka

We've chosen to go to Ito for onsen instead of Hakone due to the fact that the onsen we wanted was at full capacity but with no regrets after we've experienced the tranquil town Ito just what we needed - getting away from the hustles and bustles of Tokyo town.
We had Sushi for lunch - seafood in ITO is excellent because they are incredibly FRESH ohh lala!

*actually we had an ebi head miso soup which I forgot to take picture :( "
Guess what ? The Japanese TV Crew has visited this little sushi shop before that's why the shop is constantly pack the two days when we were there.
Dried seafood produce everywhere

Cute little monkey god.

Sweet Shop - Ito is famous for their "mantou" so we visited one of their mantou shops

We loved the FOC Green tea so much that we bought a packet of the tea leaves

Daifuku - red bean flavour
The streets of Ito

Pancakes yummy : )


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trust the Japanese to publicize their little eateries, too bad we don't do it more often here.

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