Japan: Day 2

Wednesday, January 01, 2014




Day 2 of our Japan trip and we were off to Sushiro and Max Valu. These photos are taken via my iPad and phone so I apologize for some of the grainy copies. 
Japan is very strict in traffic rules and we had to comply by showing that there were only eight people seated in the car. So my cousin, Ayumi and Ayaka had to seat on the floor. Mind you, we were eleven people inside the van.





At Sushiro.

 One of the cutest kids we saw that day!






The sushi belt!

One of our favorites: salmon with cheese.
Ebi is definitely my weakness!



Yakult heaven!
These taste like yakult but in different flavors.




This is the express lane in Max Valu where you can act as the cashier and scan the products you bought, and also pack them in plastic bags.

 The earmuffs crew.

Playing red coat.




And lastly, my panda maaaaaaaask!

I hope you enjoyed this photo diary! ;)

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